Could hotels do a midday business? You work downtown, but got too little sleep. You’re a traveling businessperson who justs needs a shower, a shave and Internet access. You really just want to use the workout room and the indoor pool. You want a spot to get ready for an important meeting or interview. Or maybe you’re a tourist driving to another town later but whose kids need to rest or wind down. Having dedicated short-stay rooms or on-the-fly database-managed availability might be a way for some hotels to boost their business, get higher occupancy rates. Perhaps there’s even a niche for a Top-Shelf Flophouse, a place dedicated to short stays. Of course, romantic trysts would be part of this niche, a big part probably, but one way to reassure other clientele is to have rooms with single-size beds.