This "Shower Review Pilot Pennsylvania Breezewood" is a review of the shower facility at the Pilot Travel Center in Breezewood, PA, USA.
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|You are a...:||Company Driver|
|How many total years of professional driving experience do you have? (Please put fractions in decimals, such as 1/2 is 0.5):||10.5|
|What is the name and location of the truck stop shower you are reviewing? (Example: XYZ Truck Stop, MyTown, MyState, I-### at exit ###):||Pilot Travel Center,
I-70, exit 147
|On what date did you have this truck stop shower (month, day, year)?:||September 10, 2010|
|How did you pay for this truck stop shower?:||Free with minimum fuel purchase|
|How long was your wait for this shower?:||No waiting|
|How were showers assigned?:||Via clerk at desk|
|What shower number did you have?:||11|
|Did you need to see the attendant and did the attendant meet your needs quickly?:||Yes, I needed to see the attendant but my needs were not met quickly|
|What special attributes did the shower room have?:||Oversized for a team, Other (please list in comments below)|
|How would you rate the cleanliness of the shower room upon your arrival?:||Pretty clean but not exceptional|
|What was the level of dust on the top of light fixtures, air vents and fan?:||A little|
|What was waiting for your use/enjoyment in the shower room upon your arrival?:||Towel: two,
|What was the quality of the bath towel(s)?:||Adequate to meet your needs,
|How many towel hooks were in the room and where were they?:||4,
Opposite shower stall
|How was the mirror?:||Positioned well for tall and
A light was over it,
Did not fog up during my shower
|How was the fan in the room?:||Fan worked well and was adjustable|
|How was the humidity in the room?:||Comfortable|
|How was the temperature in the room?:||Slightly warm|
|How were the electrical outlets?:||Worked well|
|How was the shower designed?:||I could turn on the water
without getting wet,
Shower head was pointed to minimize water splattering outside stall but it splattered out anyway,
There was a shower curtain and it was not adequate,
There was a light in the shower and it worked well,
I did not feel cramped in the shower stall
|How was the shower water temperature and pressure?:||Water temperature and water
pressure could not be controlled independently,
Water temperature stayed consistent,
Water pressure fluctuated slightly
|How did you find the shower head and spray?:||Shower head was not like one
used in a home,
Shower head was too hight to be adjusted by short users,
There were two shower heads in the stall
|Was counter space near the sink or space on back of sink adequate?:||Yes, it was adequate|
|Did you feel cramped while sitting on the toilet?:||No, I had adequate room|
|Was the toilet clean (nothing in bowl and no debris on surface) and did it flush well?:||Yes, clean and flushed well|
|How was any seat in the room?:||The seat was built-in and big enough for an oversized shower bag|
|Was there a blow dryer in the room?:||No|
|Was there a letter from the manager in the room thanking you for your business?:||No|
|Was there any mold or mildew in the room (such as on the grout in the shower stall)?:||No|
|What locks or restrictors were on the door?:||None|
|Was there anything else noteworthy about your shower experience?:||Surprisingly, the toilet and
a separate sink were behind a closable door, the kind of which you'd
find in a public bathroom.
Why there were four more towel hooks in the "toilet room" away from the shower and the other four towel hooks is beyond my ability to understand.
The two shower heads in the stall delivered different flows of water. The one my wife used was too wide and the spray too "misty" and the one I used was too narrow. Also, when I turned on the shower I used, there was a distinct bad odor, as if that shower had not been used in a long time and the water had stagnated in the pipes.
The fan was not positioned to circulate air throughout the room very well.
It was nice having the triangular seat in the shower stall as a place to put my in-shower toiletries.
|Based on your personal expectations, what grade would you give to this shower facility and your shower experience today (A+ is best; F- is worst)?:||B+|
|Based on your experience today, would you recommend this shower facility to other professional drivers?:||Maybe|
|Additional comments::|| The lights in the shower
stall and the "toilet room" were operated via independent electrical
switches. I wonder if this allows the facility to save money on
A view of one shower head, control knob, handrail, soap dispenser, triangular seat and shower curtain in Shower #11 at the Pilot in Breezewood, PA.
A view of the 'toilet room' in Shower #11 at the Pilot in Breezewood, PA.
You can see the closable door, toilet and rack with four more towel hooks, but cannot see the sink back to the right.
The triangular seat in the shower stall of Shower #11 at the Pilot in Breezewood, PA.