NewsNovember 14, 2018

16 Awesome Hotels That Know How to Make Their Guests Happy

People who stay in hotels often, know exactly what to expect during their stay. However, there are hotels in the world that can amaze their guests: some will rent you a fish so you don’t have to be alone, some of them have amazing showers, and some clean the spots that nobody usually cleans.

According to Bright Side, these are the 16 hotels that are so cool providing unusual services that made the guests decided to share what they saw with other people.


1. “At my hotel, you don’t need to go into the shower to turn it on.” © Jamie_017/twitter  


2. “My hotel room has a rope that turns on and off all the lights in the room.”© PizzaOrTacos/reddit


3. “The hotel I stayed at had fresh remotes.”© MrTallest/reddit


4. “My hotel has a free cell phone you can take with you around town during your stay.”© Eyeyeyeyeyeyeye/reddit


5. “What are you gonna say now, 5-star hotels?”© anlyin/imgur


6. This hotel checklist reminds you to steal the toiletries.© 10585900/reddit


7. “The bedside lamp at my hotel in Japan can be half-lit.”© Nokqua/reddit


8. “The hotel I’m staying at in Brazil has a remote that comes with an immediate soccer-watching button.”© Usernametakenha/reddit


9. “The TV in our hotel room has easily accessible HDMI and USB sockets.”© phelyan/reddit


10. “This little sign under the bed in my hotel room lets you know that they’ve cleaned under there too.”© awils429/reddit


11. “The hotel I’m staying at has a separate towel to take off makeup.”© DasAdam/twitter


12. “This robot delivered a roll of toilet paper to my hotel room in Cupertino.”© diegocorazon/reddit


13. “I found a Stargate in my hotel.”© manlybeer/twitter


14. “This hotel has an elevator button in the hallway so there is an elevator waiting for you by the time you get there.”© belleri7/reddit


15. “My hotel in Zürich provides rubber duckies along with tiny shampoos.”© aufwachen/reddit


16. This hotel in Europe offers to rent a pet fish to single travelers.© notforlabels/reddit