Praise for LC SmartGlass bathrooms @ Eccleston Square Hotel London

Date: 29 November 2011
Source: http://www.smartglassinternational.com
“This hotel is unlike any hotel I have ever stayed in! The most exciting feature of the room was the smart glass bathroom walls separating the bathroom from the bedroom.

The walls changed from clear to frosted instantly by switch – amazing technology!”

Sep 2011

“This hotel is luxuriously fabulous. The shower wall that frosts over at a click of a button is quite cool.”

Oct 2011

“The hotel was lovely, it definitely had the wow factor. I thought the frosted glass on the bathroom that could be switched on and the tv in the bathroom were great.”

Nov 2011

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Praise for LC SmartGlass bathrooms @ Kempinski Grand & Ixir Hotel Bahrain

“The rooms are spacious with all the comforts you are looking for in a Luxury hotel – most of all – the first bathroom that I see which has Transparent Glass Walls! But if you want privacy, you can switch on the Opaque Wall & like magic, the wall blocks the view!”

Sep 2011

“My favourite thing is the bathroom wall that can either be as transparent as glass or as opaque as milk with the snap of a button.

I am sure Kempinski will soon become one of the most liked hotel in the Kingdom.

Oct 2011

“The rooms are amazing, very luxury interiors, stunning modern bathroom with all kind of amenities you can imagine, even switching glass that changes from clear to private.”

Nov 2011

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UserFiles/Kempinski-City-Centre-Hotel-Bahrain-Case-Study.pdf

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Date: 29 November 2011
Source: http://www.smartglassinternational.com

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