Everyone Does It
The final speech from Adam Sandler’s Bedtime Stories really stuck with us (the part that Russel Brandt translated, not the random humming noises coming from Adam). “To a kid, everything about a hotel is strange and wonderful—sleeping in a different bed, hanging out in the lobby, jumping up and down on the alligator.”
The thing we’re trying to say is that hotels are places that are supposed to be completely different from your home. For instance, hotel rooms have bathrooms and windows in them, which are exotic concepts to many of us millennials trying to make it on our own.