London’s smartest hotel

Have you ever wondered how a hotel of the future should look like? We can all agree on one thing : it is the ever developing technology that will help every customer to access a hotel’s numerous services.

London’s Eccleston Square Hotel delivers it all!   

This is done by providing an in-room ipad with a Hotel Apps allowing to access and fully control the rooms  temperature, lightning and even to switch on the “do not disturb” sign at the door.

If you are looking for a great night sleep,  you will find the  £ 12,000 massage bed  fitted with Rivolta Carmignani fine bed linen to be the best choice and feature.

Privacy Glass in Eccleston Square Hotel.

Smart Glass was used in this hi-tech, ultra modern boutique Hotel in London’s prestigious Belgravia to separate the bathroom from bedroom, without compromising privacy or light.

Smartglass Privacy Glass combines the functionality of an opaque wall with the style and lighting of clear glass allowing for an innovative and intriguing use of space. The design by Woods Bagot provided a sleek and modern solution that opened up the quest rooms to natural light whilst harmonizing with the overall theme of the hotel.

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