Le Meridien Only when their presence may enter the elevator and get on your floor (if The hotel has no elevator man, who even clicks the button for you). So, these electronic keys required to operate the first time. Guest must not nervously tugging at the handle waiting until the system works. And in the hallway, by the way, should not be these stupid lights on photocells, which are lit and extinguished to the extent of your progress. Guest should not feel uncomfortable, advancing from the room in twilight. Technological progress enables hoteliers extensive soil for fiction. For example, a hotel owner Herzog Tassilo Grand Club in Austria was eager to start hosting something sort of. And came up with: set in rooms heaped showers, where you can experiment with different water pressure, messing with the shower Charcot and even engage in (do not think anything) hydrotherapy. But it's another thing: simple hygienic procedure combined with listening to music, and the water from the shower flows since essential oils. And this came up hoteliers the amazing thing - made a bath-tub right in the bedroom. She stands side by side with a huge four poster bed and the ceiling mounted small bulbs, shimmering like a rainbow. Of course, this hotel is forever memorable guests! Normal plasma screen in the room nobody will be surprised. But here at Le Meridien in Vienna PDP welcomes you in their native language every time you enter the room. In addition, 'the TV' can be always look up his account at by entering a specific access code.

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