Every hotel chain that targets “extended stay” and business travelers needs to check their in-room workspace furniture for ergonomics. I am working from a Residence Inn and the “office chair” is too low relative to the “desk” putting my wrists at a terrible angle, needing me to have the notebook on the lap for any extended typing to prevent the wrists from hurting. Real smart hotel chains that target travelers would put adjustable desks in each room, or at least certain rooms targeted at travelers.