I had seminars and one-on-ones to conduct yesterday in London and I had to be at the client's site about 8:30am. It's more than a two hour drive from Toronto so I drove down Tuesday and spent the night. I stayed at the Four Points by Sheraton.
I like staying there because there are restaurants nearby I can walk to. Parking, bottled water and WIFI are free.
I had a suite on the second floor.
The bed was comfortable and I had lots of room.
One thing that bugged me was the clock radio was plugged in but wasn't working. I found a plug where it would work but couldn't figure out how to set the time. Grrrr! Plus it was sticky ... ewwww! I ended up using my cell phone's alarm to wake me up.
I discovered once I was at the client's site that employees also wanted one-on-ones today so I agreed to stay the extra night (last night). I went back to Sheraton to see if they had a room for me. They were pretty well booked but I managed to get a supreme king room. Yay!
It was recently renovated which was great but it smelled like paint. It's a good thing I had a tealight and cranberry orange fragrance oil to mask the smell.
I loved the alarm clock in this room. I've been having problems sleeping. There was a function on the clock that would play nature sounds so I checked it out. Nope, that was kinda annoying. There was another function that played "bedtime beats" so I tried that and liked it. It was soothing piano music. I didn't take long to get to sleep. It must shut itself off after a while. I woke up a couple times during the night and hit the "bedtime beats" button and went back to sleep. Sweet! I"ll have to look for something like that for home.