Disabled (Less abled) hotel rooms

#1
Having driven around for the best part of two hours trying to find a hotel that my company is attached to and has a spare room, i have arrived in South Wales to find myself assigned a disabled room. (A smoking one aswell, hoped to find a buddy with wheels toking on a cigar in my room but to avail)
Wouldn't mind, but there are a few niggles.
Why do i have to risk back injury to have a shave?
Why do i have to smash my ankles off of the side of the bath?
Why do i have to turn lights on with my knee?
But most of all, i don't mind myself but i haven't got a TV remote! The tv's on the other side of the bloody room! Lucky i've got legs!

Im sure a less abled person wouldn't stand for having to lump with an "abled" room!
 
#2
Are you sure you haven't checked into Legoland by mistake? These SatNAvs can be very unreliable at times.
 
#3
Ask reception for a wheelchair.
 
#5
lol! Had one of these rooms at a Premier Inn in London, sink was level with my knees... had a shower then asked to change rooms, they complained I had used it but moved me.

As you say, an non abled bodied person would soon moan, why shouldn't we?!
 
#6
That annoys me so much , just keep ringing reception to get the channels changed , whoever designs these rooms has no fugging idea, hang on south wales ,sure its not a sheep pen youve been allocated ?

WW
 
#7
Cow: Same brand mate, probably a recurring problem.

WW: Unfortunatly, there is nothing with limbs and intelligence behind the reception desk, let alone in my own pen! Fcuking highlarious about the calling to change channels, i might pull the alarm cord each time i've lost my stroke on whatever shite porn Channel 4 has on!
 
#9
And how many Premier Travel Inns have more then 4 channels these days? I count two, City Center Cardiff and City Center Southampton.

And they had remotes.
 

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