Different Temperature Preferences

For me, one of the best parts about traveling is the hotel room. I love the crisp linen, the daily maid service, ordering room service, and setting the temperature to whatever I want. I travel a lot for business, which means I’m away from my home and alone for short periods of time. It’s not always easy, but I try to make the most of it. My company pays for my lodging whenever I travel, so I’m usually staying in a hotel that’s really nice and it’s always the highlight of my trip. My wife and I have different HVAC preferences, especially at night. I like to sleep in a cool environment while she likes to sleep in a warm environment. The temperature of our bedroom has been one of the biggest disagreements of our marriage, so these business trips help ease that tension a lot. We typically compromise when setting the thermostat before bed to something mild, but it’s still uncomfortable for the both of us. I’m too hot and she’s too cold. Knowing that I get to escape on a business trip with my own HVAC system keeps me going on the really tough nights, and I think I can say the same for my wife. Whenever I check into a hotel, I always set the temperature to 65 degrees. This may be extreme to some, but I absolutely love it. I like my room to feel chilled so I can lounge in my sweatpants and sweatshirt comfortably. Whenever I set the temperature to 65 degrees, I have the best night sleep. I could never set my thermostat that low at home. My wife would freeze to death and our energy bill would be outrageous.

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