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My Un-“Lucky” Shower Experience

Lucky blogged his shower frustrations recently, so I thought I would share one of mine that had me a little perplexed.

I was able to snag a room for one night at the Westin Atlanta Airport for 3,000 Starpoints.  In addition, I used points to upgrade to a suite (Junior Suite) and when I checked in asked if any other suites were available.  The check-in agent handled the situation well in letting me know that while there would be an additional charge for the Presidential Suite, she could put me in the Governor’s  (or Governator if you like) Suite.  Works for me–especially on a free stay.

Here are some pictures of this suite room, which is really two interconnected rooms:

Living Room

Door between Interconnected Rooms


Bathroom Sink

Anyway, about that shower:

Shower Head Fine Print

I apologize about the blurriness of my superb (camera) phone and in case you have trouble reading it says:

“One of your Heavenly Shower heads has been turned off in an effort to minimize water usage and protect one our most important resources.
To experience the most out of your Heavenly Shower, you can turn the second shower head on by pushing the small button behind the lower head.”

While this is clearly should be labeled a #FirstWorldProblem, I am kinda bummed out that I don’t have use of the additional shower head right now.

Perhaps it should read “To minimize your non-Heavenly experience, one of your shower heads has been removed.”  Good job, Westin!


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