The bathroom doors (yes, plural: there are three, including the shower and WC door) swing both ways, and the glass entry door is liable to be smashed to bits by the main entry door to the suite or the shower door if left open the wrong way. Fortunately, when we banged them together they only made a terrible noise.
It is nice that the light switches dim but they are so complex they require an owners' manual to operate.
Don't expect to go about any of your business privately in the bathroom; the glass walls and poor soundproofing ensure that everything you do in there is a shared activity.
And if voyeurism is your thing, you will be glad to know that the entire unit is glass curtain-walled, although more conventional curtains will provide as much privacy as you desire if you draw them shut.
But then, what's the point of those chic curtain walls, which in our case looked out on pigeons on a dirty roof?
Stylish hotel whose architectural merits work quite well in the common areas, less so in the rooms.