I wrote yesterday about how you should request a room without a connecting room door so you have a much quieter experience. I’ve also written about why you should always doublecheck to make sure your connecting room door is locked for safety reasons. But as I type this, I’m sitting in my bed at the Dallas Renaissance Hotel and I can hear everything the couple in the room nextdoor is saying. And they probably have no idea how clearly I can hear them (because I’m not making any noise).
So, I’ve decided I should make a tip about not speaking too loudly or more importantly about sensitive matters in a hotel room with a connecting room door. You have no idea who might be listening.
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