When travelling, for business or pleasure, nothing beats the comfort of five-star accommodation.
After a long and tiring day on the road (or at functions), you don't want to return to your room to find out the shower head in the bathroom only offers a sickly stream of water, the towel has an odour of mildew, the air con is not working and the bed linen looks like a minefield of bacteria.
That's why many people are willing to pay a lot of money for a perfect stay at a five-star hotel, where we can be sure that we will not only be treated like royalty by the service staff, but the amenities in our guestroom will be plentiful and in a splendid and hygienic condition. For me, it provides almost utmost peace of mind to see the bed on which I will sleep neatly covered with a crisp white sheet, the bathroom graced with fluffy folds of bright clean towels and the closet filled with a selection of pillows to cater to my personal preference of softness.
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