In “The Worst Hotel Design Flaws: There’s a Window in my shower..”, Christopher Elliot writes about hotel design flaws, and how it disrupts the privacy of family vacations. He explains the various reasons why architectural designs are important when building a hotel. He also talks about the alien and modern design structures for bedrooms that can make specific stays uncomfortable. He lists reasons why the hotel industry is not up to date with it’s current customer’s needs. Elliot concludes his article encouraging travelers to trust hotel chains to provide a basic and comfortable room structure with no hidden updates or unfortunate events.
Featured photo above: Siam Kempinski Bangkok
“If you’ve stayed in a resort with a design flaw, you might be wondering whether there’s any way to avoid doing so again. It turns out there is.”
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