By Jon Miller | Post Date: September 30, 2011 2:18 PM | Comments: 6
Arrived successfully at thr destination with a measure of discretion intact. An orange sign. A curved arrow. Seems like a good visual control to help a business traveler find their airport hotel.
Walking to the right as the arrow indicates, the hotel is not there. But there is an information center, helpfully color-coded orange also. The information station was dark, giving a clear visual signal that, "We are not here to help you."
Wandering around the elevator tower on the other side of the hall, I spotted the Sheraton and succeeded in checking in. Exiting the elevator on the 3rd floor, a visual control on the ceiling guided guests to their rooms.
Rooms not on this list were listed on the sign on the other end of the hallway.
Unless, of course, the guest was staying in room 334.
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