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Long weekend in beautiful hotel room, no kids, just bathrobes

(49 Posts)
Kingcyrolophosarus Wed 10-Oct-12 23:29:39

with your dh/dp
Appealing?
Or sound like a nightmare?

NewNames Wed 10-Oct-12 23:31:46

Sounds amazing. Why?

izzyizin Wed 10-Oct-12 23:54:40

If you're staying in a 'beautiful hotel', what's the point of spending it in one room when there'll be childfree bars, fancy restaurants, spas/swimming pool, etc and there may be grounds/gardens to explore, etc.

As for spending the weekend in bathrobes, I believe in travelling light but slobbing around in a bathrobe is something you can do at home and I prefer to dress for the occasion of being undressed.

Kingcyrolophosarus Thu 11-Oct-12 00:07:59

All hypothetical
Im just trying to see how excited you would be at the thought of making love all weekend, no stresses, no kids

izzyizin Thu 11-Oct-12 00:13:42

Been there, done it, and will no doubt do it again but not in a bathrobe! Silk robe for relaxing and receiving room service between takes, as it were, and dressing for dinner is my preference.

blackcurrants Thu 11-Oct-12 01:17:32

oh god, that sound ssooo good.

We'd get to sleep a lot, right? And order room service?

Where do I sign up?

NatashaBee Thu 11-Oct-12 01:29:49

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bitbewildered Thu 11-Oct-12 01:35:54

I'd be delighted! Room service, hot baths and shagging ...

justbogoffnow Thu 11-Oct-12 02:52:22

Lovely. Delicious breakfast, read lots of newspapers, visit interesting place locally, have lunch, read more papers, afternoon tea, a snooze, dinner and bed. All revolves around food, but we'd squeeze in a cuddle smile.

We used to do it a lot but with dc3 on the way alas it is but a fond memory <sigh>

GiserableMitt Thu 11-Oct-12 03:58:37

We're planning on doing that in about 6 months time for about 4 days.

<needs to loose weight first>

Bertrude Thu 11-Oct-12 05:36:13

No kids, no work stress, just each other for a weekend?

Sounds like sleepy time rather than anything else!

Offred Thu 11-Oct-12 07:12:09

We try to do this for our anniversary each year and it is normally closest to what izzy describes.

Offred Thu 11-Oct-12 07:12:35

Definitely see it as a treat!

Vagaceratops Thu 11-Oct-12 07:17:45

As long as DH didn't take his bloody Iphone then it would be heaven.

PurplePidjin Thu 11-Oct-12 07:35:46

Sounds like heaven - 7 weeks till PFB is scheduled to arrive!

perplexedpirate Thu 11-Oct-12 07:43:53

Yes please. Our bags are packed. Which station do we leave from?

TheDoctrineOfSnatch Thu 11-Oct-12 07:49:19

Sounds good, yes. Though would probably pop out fur the odd museum/pub visit...

surroundedbyblondes Thu 11-Oct-12 07:58:53

Wonderful!

lubeybooby Thu 11-Oct-12 08:01:24

I just did that last weekend in fact. Fantastic!

Only left the room for dinner the first night and breakfast in the morning. Got room service the rest of the time.

Sounds bliss. We're away for a couple of nights in November! gringringringringrin

Kingcyrolophosarus Thu 11-Oct-12 18:22:14

I think I'd just rather have a cup of tea sad

maleview70 Thu 11-Oct-12 18:38:47

It's certainly not everyone's cup of tea king!

My wife sometimes says thing like, why don't we just go away and stay in bed all weekend? When we do on the rare occasion, she just sleeps all weekend so she isn't lying about the bed bit!

KatieScarlett2833 Thu 11-Oct-12 18:41:35

Will be doing just that at the beginning of December. No birthday, anniversary, etc. Just because grin

AllPastYears Thu 11-Oct-12 18:51:15

Sorry, sounds v v boring!

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