The latest Trip Advisor Smartglass reviews

The latest Trip Advisor reviews of hotels featuring Privacy Smartglass from Smartglass International.

Kempinski Grand & Ixir Hotel, Manama, Bahrain“The bathroom was large, with a glass wall allowing you to view the TV while in the tub, or for privacy you could hit a switch and the glass wall turned opaque so nobody could see in!“ “The rooms have a great design and definitely matched my taste.The bathroom is separated from the bedroom by a large glass window which can be switched to a milky glass by the touch of a button. Really nice feature to play with.“

“A well designed and comfortable room with a scenic bathroom using smart glass for transparency“


Eccleston Square Hotel, London, United Kingdom

“This hotel not only provides all the comforts of home, it gives you all the luxuries you wish you had but can’t afford. From the massaging and adjustable bed, to the iPad in your night stand, and the shower glass that goes opaque and clear at the press of a button.“

“The biggest surprise of all, a button to change the glass walls of the bathroom from opaque to transparent“

“The room is packed full of amazing gadgetry, so in your room you get an iPad, huge TV, a further TV in the shower, shower glass that frosts at the touch of a button, and a massage bed. All this take a bit of getting used to but makes the place a joy to stay in when you work out how it all functions.”


The Brew House Hotel, Royal Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom

“The technology in the room is Bang & Olufsen which gives it quite an exclusive feel, and there is smart glass which means it changes from transparent to frosted at the flick of a switch – a lot of fun!“

“The electric glass frosting is great for a laugh but looks really nice too!“

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Date: 9 October 2013

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