I was reading a blog that had a question about preferences for hotel room desk/work table layout and it reminded me of some of my pet peeves with furniture layout in hotels: 1. The air (hot or cold) AC or heating blows directly on a person sitting at the desk/work table. Much too often the desktop work table is located immediately adjacent to the HVAC vents and it is too uncomfortable to work while the AC is on. 2. The height of the chair in relation to the table top surface cannot be adjusted. Much too often the work surface is much higher than a standard desk height and the chairs cannot be raised enough (if at all) to provide a comfortable ergonomic work position. 3. A lack of adequate power available for the chargers near by. Too often the only source is a single receptacle in the table lamp base that will not accommodate larger power supplies. 4. The furniture layout is as if no thought was put into how persons would actually use the room, why is there so much open space closer to the doors and all the furniture (including desks, arm chair, sofa, etc) all located towards the window? So many times I have thought that if the desk and suitcase table were swapped the room would feel more spacious not to mention be nicer to work in while on the road.