How many nights would you say you stay in a hotel per year

Doing regular travelling for work, so quite often.

Prem Inn Hub is the best budget brand, although an Ibis is good if you’re outside London cos you can usually get breakfast included within budget.

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Quite fond of a Hilton Garden Inn if you can get one on the green tick rate

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You seem to go to cool places for work though, not like Fayetteville, Arkansas.

I have 7,454 points.

I almost got a Malmaison once but then the trip got cancelled cos of the Queen dying. Furious.

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are people including holidays here

That will get you a free bottle of water.

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If you stay in a hotel then yes.

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Yeah, well, I have 0. So neeeer

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I usually stay in this creepy as fuck hotel when I’m flying back to Spain, as the flight lands at like 23:00 and there’s no way of getting to where I need to go until morning. something like 20 euros a night. It’s fucking massive and I’ve never seen a single other guest there 4 or 5 times I’ve stayed there. friendly but slightly creepy guy at reception who is also the owner always there too, wearing a waistcoat suit. Its like the fucking shining.

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Solid fridge.

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the beds are as hard as they look.

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A solid 8 inch screen mounted in the corner as well. The double en-suite upgrade.

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365

I’ve been to Little Rock! Also many places in Minnesota, Illinois, and New Jersey.

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I deliberately stay in travelodges for work (definitely not a good hotel chain) but I get TopCashback. Grim

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You’ll have to buy your own water.

Midweek evening United games = a stay in a Travelodge

Reckon its around 10 a year

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That’s a price I’m willing to pay

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Probably money laundering

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