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Despite it being the middle of the week, there were no single king beds rooms available in the "dog wing" so we ended up with a dual queen jobby. This proved to provide lots of entertainment as Maxine had a great time jumping from bed to bed whenever we called her.
As for the beds, the pillow top mattresses were super comfortable and had four pillows on each bed. The comforter was huge, soft and spotless. In fact, the whole room was spotless, as hard as I tried, I couldn't find any evidence that the room had been inhabited by a previous pooch.
The lamp in the far corner didn't work, which added to the streak of six hotels in a row that had with broken lamps (not counting Macau).
The nightstand between the beds featured an old telephone, old lcd clock radio, a room service selection menu that you hang on your door the night before, an advertisement for the Aveda Spa (who supplied the room amenities) and a remote control.
The view from outside our fourth floor window was of the top of the indoor pool's glass dome and the base of the mountain behind it.