“Would you like a suite upgrade,” I was asked yesterday at the Holiday Inn Resort Grand Cayman.
“Yes,” I said aloud. Inside I muttered, “Always happens when I’m not traveling with my wife.”
Once, just once, I would like the upgrade to appear when we are together and can use the space in our different sleep schedules.
I am not one to bother much about rooms, I don’t call ahead or try various ploys to get better rooms, so it is a roll of the dice when I check in. We do try different methods of check-in together, she check-in alone, I check-in alone, it seems ironclad that when together the hotel wants us to spend quality time really together. Or…maybe she is calling ahead after all.