1. Your spouse is (or you are) pretentious, spending your money on hotels with gilted banquet rooms and other
nonfunctional, empty spaces.
2. You like the city view of another building in your window.
3. You actually use the phone in a hotel room ... for anything.
4. You like to pay $30 a night for parking the car you rented for $55 a day. What dents?
5. You don’t know how to use (and don’t want to learn) UBER or LYFT--or the Music City Trolley Hop or Circuit Bus, Cars2Go, JoyRide Cart AND you hate to walk.
6. You generally leave home in order to spend every waking moment in your hotel room. You didn’t come to discover and immerse yourself in Nashville.
7. You can’t (and don’t want to learn to) use your smartphone to check in and have secure access to your room.
8. You think there is a real guy named Tom who is going to leave the lights on for you.
9. You think nobody notices pricey room service meals on your expense account.
10. You stay at the same place you can find off the interstate in the middle of Kansas, no matter where you are.
11. You travel with a pet and like the barking sound from the room next door.
12. You and your stuff like to spread out, so the bigger the room, the better.
13. Who cares if the air conditioner is under the window and drips all night.
14. You actually workout inside your hotel instead of cycling, running or walking around the city outside your hotel.
15. You travel with a moody teenager who spends all their time in your bedroom playing video games, so you don’t want a central hub on your floor to unwind and socialize, much less a rooftop escape to share the city view over a drink.