Whats the go with these funky hotel designers thinking that having a see through door on the toilet is a good idea?
I stayed at the Dream hotel in South Beach & then another hotel had them in Singapore.
There was no area of the hotel room that you could not see directly into the toilet.
Is it now trendy & the in thing to watch others taking a crap or undertaking other personal issues?
Should they not figure out a way through sophisticated electronics to amplify the toilet noises through the whole room so that there is no chance of missing out on the other part of this must share experience?
At the Dream hotel, all I can say is I have eternal thanks that there was a public toilet that was located downstairs in the lobby which was open 24 hours otherwise I am not sure what I would of done.