I am about to book for a trip, and remember a problem I had last year...I think it was at the IC (how short our memories grow; I can sure remember the three women I saw there). I am a lifelong nonsmoker and hate cigarette smoke, but when I go to MTL for hobbying I have booked smoking rooms simply because if a girl is a smoker I don't want to get declining service because they are dying for a smoke halfway through the session. I try to book nonsmokers, but sometimes a girl is too hot to pass up, or "nonsmokers" wind up being closet smokers.
So I got to the IC and was sent to my smoking room...and found two single beds! This would be a totally unacceptable situation for three people, so I went to the lobby and reminded them I wanted a smoking room, and they said they only had a couple and that the only one they had was equipped with two single beds.
Is this now a normal situation when it comes to hotel rooms that allow smoking...that there are only a few in each hotel?