The hotel was supposed to have HEPA filters and ductless A/C

Whenever I get out of the challenge of winter, I abruptly feel alive again! I often detach from my body and forget about my circumstances to survive them, and the frigid season entirely encourages this behavior. WIth springtime comes consciousness. I also get a lot of flu symptoms, but since I’ve been very depressed and unhappy for the past numerous weeks, I decided I needed a weekend away to reset my system, before the pollen could get too bad, I planned a weekend getaway for myself in the country. I thought it would be relaxing, especially when the hotel listed an whole home media air purifier in the room I reserved. Instead, I found myself more exasperated than ever when I arrived and had the most uncomfortable experience thanks to the bad HVAC system in my hotel room, or, should I say, the utter lack of appropriate HVAC system in my hotel room. When I booked the reservation it said right on the listing that there was a mini split ductless heating and cooling system in the room. It even had a HEPA filter and media whole-home air purifier, which I was gleeful about for my flu symptoms. Usually these indoor air handling devices are very straight-forward to use and keep everything extremely comfortable, but however, when I entered the suite, I looked around for an air vent or the mini split ductless heating and cooling system that I expected and saw nothing, and the room was free of any HVAC devices. I rang down to the front desk to ask about my indoor air handling devices and quality control, plus I was shocked that the front desk person did not like fixing my lack of HVAC issue. I spent the whole weekend coughing, sneezing, and getting more depressed than ever.