AS WE CHECK INTO Hotel Fox in Copenhagen (photo shows the image that's painted behind the bed), we're reading Jeremy Clarkson's explanation on what businessmen's hotels are like. We're not sure we'll encounter all his examples during our short stay in Denmark, but his perspective makes fun reading.
Clarkson writes, "You're given a credit card key that makes lots of whirring noises when you put it in the lock but will not, no matter what you do, open the door.
"After you've kicked it down, you have the room. There's no obvious button to turn off the fan, which sounds like a Foxbat jet. The light switch by the bed turns all the lights off, expect one. Which can only be extinguished by hitting the bulb with your shoe. The plug you need to charge your mobile is always behind the mini bar, and the tea and coffee making facilities are designed to ensure you can't make either."
We have a big bathtub and a king-sized bed. Things look as promising as they look arty.