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These days, every traveler has probably encountered condos masquerading as hotel rooms. You know what we mean. For instance, we recently checked into a "hotel" in Turks & Caicos, that was actually a collection of condos rented out as hotel rooms when the owner is not there.
What's great about these “rooms” is that they are typically “suites,” with a layout closer to an apartment than a traditional hotel room (or even a traditional hotel suite). Though some properties of this type don’t offer all the amenities and on-site services (i.e. restaurants) as a hotel designed specifically for short-term guests, it’s nice having the full kitchen, living room, and multiple bedrooms, especially when traveling with a family.
But of all the positives we can think of when it comes to “condo hotel rooms,” wouldn’t you know, it’s the simplest thing that stuck out to us? During our stay at the Ocean Club Resorts on Turks & Caicos, we had a realization: Most standard hotel room windows do not open fully, and some not at all.