WEIGHT: 64 kg
Services: BDSM, Disabled Clients, Moresomes, Food Sex, Lapdancing
Stayed at the Academie Hotel for one night and thank god not for longer. Hotel seemed upon arrival worthy of a four-star standard: staff friendly, entrance neat and tidy, great first impression. Unfortunately, it went all downhill from there: on the way to our room, there were plastic flower bouquets - not classy enough for a four-star hotel and very tacky. Costs saved at the wrong end. The room itself was pretty boring and the interior as well as furniture massively outdated.
Random brown spots on the wall and bedside tables, the carpet was full of lint and definitely not hoovered. Dark hair on bed and on the sheets and in the bathroom. At least wifi was working fine. The doors do not have silent stoppers so door slamming is a big thing in this hotel. No signs to remind guests to be considerate towards others so constant loud chatter in the hallway and door slamming.
I had a 6h train journey after me when I arrived so called it an early night at around pm but couldn't fall asleep because of the inconsiderate guests in the lift and hallway. Carpet outside was thin and didn't swallow any noise which echoed even more and emphasised the noise.
No soundproofing. The highlight of the night then at midnight: next door neighbour arrives, switches on TV and sings for full ten minutes. Walls are as thin as baking paper so you Walls are as thin as baking paper so you hear everything- every word, breath and well other activities. This was followed by a minute sex session when I had enough. Walked to reception to be greeted by a member of staff without a name badge.
She spoke broken English and didn't understand my concerns. She had to get another member of staff who instructed her to call the room and tell them to be quiet. He advised her to "make it sound bigger" and "lots of guests have complaint". The receptionist was very embarrassed and hesitant to call but did, in the end, telling the troublemakers "the people next door want to sleep".