One simply cannot experience the Mass as a quiet time to commune with God in such an environment.
Nobody ever said this was ideal. What we're saying is that going to a Mass that pleases God is exceedingly more important than the environment. I could probably go to an Orthodox liturgy and have it be more edifying this way than a Catholic hotel Mass, but I would certainly NOT be drawing closer to God in doing so, despite what the emotions would otherwise lead me to believe.
People are too caught up in thinking that they please God primarily through emotional attachments. Oh, I FEEL so close to God when I'm in an environment conducive to my emotions. But we please God in our WILL and in our INTELLECT. And the saints were very clear about this, that they got closest to God in the deepest parts of their soul precisely when they FELT the farthest away.
So, for instance, when my children were younger, I NEVER experienced Mass the same way I did when I was in the seminary. I was usually dealing with a fidgety youngsters, holding a crying baby or toddler, trying to keep them well behaved, etc. This caused me a lot of suffering. In times past, I was filled with edifying thoughts and sentiments and emotions. So, when did I come closer to God? Ironically, it was when I suffered through Mass doing my duty to God. Because the will and intellect have to be exerted MORE when the emotions are not drawing them along. It's easy to be pious when the heart is overflowing with emotion, but it requires a serious effort of the WILL to do it when all the outward stuff is militating against it. That's why the saints go through these "dark nights", because these strengthen their wills, and it's in our HIGHER faculties that we TRULY draw close to God, not in our emotions.