|The DoubleTree Suites Times Square living room.|
One of the best things about having a suite, such as this one at the Doubletree Times Square, is not only the extra room but the fact it makes a hotel room feel more like a home. How welcoming it is to open a door into a living room. The added plus is the separate living room means the bed is no longer the only focus point to sit down.
I love the efficiency with which the living rooms is appointed. A large picture window floods natural daylight into the room. A huge mirror on the opposite of the room reflects the light back into the room. The sofa and armchair with coffee tables facing a large flat-screen television completes the living room feel. The room doubles as an office with a two-tiered pull out desk that offers a decent work space area. I like there's a ceiling lamp above the desk so it offers some kinda of central lighting fixture.
The bar sink and counter holds a coffee maker on top and below is the microwave and room safe. It's a nice touch the hotel supplies paper towels. For those that care to use them and hopefully clean them is the ice bucket and glass cups.
The cabinet below the television is the room bar and a set of three drawers. This storage space perfect for guests who'll be using the sofa bed. Speaking of those sleeping in the living room, a separate door leads to the bathroom so as not to disturb those in the bedroom.
By the way I'm not a video game player but there is a piece of equipment for those who enjoy gaming on hotel television during their vacation.
|Beside the room entry door is the bar sink, coffee maker and hidden|
below a microwave and safe.
|Guests sleeping in the on the sofa bed have their own door to the bathroom.|
|Counter space and a bar sink in the living room.|
|The cabinet below the television has drawers and the room bar.|
|The two-tiered pull-out desk includes a desk lamp and drawer.|