Posted Nov 14, 2016 on Hotels
I'm not exactly sure what to say here. When my attractive wife and I went to check into the hotel, we were asked if we needed a handicapped room. Apparently we were signed up for such a room. I told the attendant no, we did not need a handicapped room, and he said that he would change our booking to a regular room. When we got into the room, the first thing we noticed was two massive gray smoked mirrors on the wall behind both beds. The mirrors extended from wall to wall. My wife and daughter immediately became concerned that the mirrors were one-way mirrors. Frankly, they certainly looked suspicious. For the duration of our two-day stay, my wife and teenaged daughter changed clothes in the bathroom just in case there was someone behind the mirrors. I hope they were not one way mirrors. However, I can't help but wonder why the hotel's management would make a design decision to choose mirrors that could be mistaken for one-way mirrors.