What makes the perfect hotel room?

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Whilst one person’s idea of the perfect hotel room might be different from the next person’s, there is certain criteria that a hotel room requires in order to be perceived as being ‘perfect’. From an ultra-comfortable bed to great facilities, Weetwood Hall explores what makes the perfect hotel room.

Spaciousness

Nobody likes to be cramped, especially when they’re on holiday and staying in a hotel room. Whilst too much space might be unnecessary, the perfect hotel room provides plenty of space for guests to spread out and relax.

A comfortable bed

When it comes to comfortable beds, one person’s idea of comfort might be like Goldilocks and the Three Bears, with Daddy Bear loving a hard bed and Baby Bear craving a soft bed! However, quality hotels are familiar with what constitutes as a comfortable bed and one the promotes a decent night’s sleep!

As well as having quality mattresses on a sturdy, attractive-looking bed, the perfect hotel room will dress their guests’ beds in crisp sheets, soft duvets and cosy pillows and pillow cases.

Great facilities

For many, the perfect hotel room will provide comprehensive facilities, including free Wi-Fi for guests, a mini bar that’s full of a good selection of cool drinks and tasty snacks, a tea and coffee machine with an adequate selection of tea, coffee, milk and biscuits, a safe to enable guests to store away money and other valuables, and other guest ‘perks’ such as toiletries in complimentary shampoo, shower gel and soap, a bathrobe and a hair dryer. Trouser and ironing facilities are essential for some guests, as is a television, preferably a big one with an LED screen!  Naturally, room service is another essential facility of the perfect hotel room.

Failing to provide such ‘perks’ could easily result in the hotel room failing to be perceived as ‘perfect’.

En-suite

It stands to reason that a quality hotel room has its own en-suite bathroom facilities to enable guests to bathe, shower and pamper themselves at their leisure.

Feature bedrooms

Many travellers enjoy the novelty of staying in a feature bedroom that’s designed in a unique and bespoke style.  Rooms that are stylised to represent a specific style or era, such as Edwardian room or an Art Deco room, often prove popular.

If you’re looking for a quality feature hotel room in Leeds, you’ll be pleased to learn that Weetwood Hall has a number of feature bedrooms, all designed in a unique and bespoke style with comfort and warmth at their core.

A four-poster bed

While some guests are thoroughly content with a large king-sized bed, others demand a four-poster bed, at least if they want the hotel room to be deemed as perfect!

Weetwood Hall proudly offers feature bedrooms with a four-poster bed, for guests looking to be pampered amongst luxury and comfort.

A great location

Last but not least, for a hotel room to be considered perfect, it needs to be in a great location. Whilst some travellers crave a tranquil, rural environment, others hanker for vibrancy, excitement and action.

We have to admit that being situated in the tranquil environs of acres of lawns and woodland that surround an elegant 17th century Manor House, yet being a stone’s throw from Leeds, one of the UK’s liveliest and pulsating cities, Weetwood Hall’s accommodation offers the best of both worlds.

For more information about our ultra-comfortable, stylish and well-facilitated hotel rooms, to check availability and to make a booking, visit Weetwood Hall’s bedroom’s page.

 

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