Back from Birmingham and the windowless hotel.
The room was so small that on entering, you had to be very careful not to walk into the far wall.
The heat and lights were controlled by an illuminous panel - it would have been so much simpler if they'd been a window - too hot = open window, too cold= close window, too dark - open curtains etc.
I still don't understand why there weren't windows - the reception had a huge glass front so perhaps they'd blown the glazing budget on that.
The bed however was very very comfortable.