Chances are that when your fly somewhere, you’ll spend the night at a hotel. And, if you’re not too sleepy, you’ll remember to put the do not disturb sign on the doorknob.
From my Bing Travel slide-show of clever and sassy door tags, here are few (more) samples:
Calling itself Brighton’s “sauciest boutique hotel,” England’s Hotel Pelirocco has put a twist on the Do Not Disturb concept in one of its unique, themed rooms.
The Do Knit Disturb suite is filled with the handiwork of local artist Kate (Cardigan) Jenkins, who knitted up this framed Do Knit Disturb artwork and hand-knit covers for most of the room’s furnishings, including the telephone and the lamp.
And in the San Juan range of the Colorado Rockies, just over the mountain from Telluride, the hand-built cabins at the Dunton Hot Springs Resort are urban cowboy-elegant. The all-inclusive rates hover at around $1,000 a night, but each do not disturb sign is nothing more than a recycled paint can lid that’s red on one side, and green on the other.
You can see the full Do Not Disturb slide show on Bing Travel