Social media hotel offers Twitter themed rooms

Most of the time when I go on my vacations I like to switch myself off, so no thinking about work, and it is nice to get away from TV, as they two things often take control of your life. However, one thing I do struggle with leaving behind is social media.

Thankfully, the only social networking service that demands my attention is Facebook, as I do like to see what my friends have been up to, along with watching some amusing videos. As for Twitter, I don’t really get that involved, although there are some people who use this more than anything.

If you fall under this category, then there is a Social media hotel that offers you Twitter themed rooms. So what does this mean? If you love the idea of having something in common with other guests in the hotel, and you are a Tweetaholic, then the Sol Wave House in Majorca, Spain will be the ideal vacation for you.

The hotel has been open for about a year now, and how it differs to other hotels is how you can Tweet requests, or Tweet other guest in the hotel. To give you an example, if your mini bar needs stocking, all you need to do is Tweet the hotel “Fill my fridge” and the staff will restock it for you.

More details on this hotel can be found by visiting their website.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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