I'm currently staying in a big high-rise downtown hotel in San Francisco. My room is mostly adequate - exactly what I expect from a bland, but expensive, chain. The only real problem is the sink. It is really really small. Not a problem in general, but it has a normal sized, and very high powered, tap attached to it. The tap extends most of the way accross the sink making it hard to reach into the basin. If you turn on the tap all the way it hits the far side of the basin and sprays upward like a fountain. If you try to wash your face in the sink you have to lean severely to one side and contort your arms around the tap and you still end up drenched from chest to crotch. Teeth brushing is an adventure in water spray. I understand that it's not the largest bathroom and they were trying to maximize the space, but please, powers that be in the Hilton chain, choose tap in sizes that work with the sink. Don't make me curse you every time I turn on the water For a couple of days before checking in here, I was staying at a crazy funky B&B in Haight-Ashbury. I didn't have a private bath, but there was a sink in the room. Even there, in a place run by a decrepit (but adorable) old hippie woman, in a room that contained artwork made from severed mannequin heads, the sink did not soak me every time I used it.