Honestly, wouldn't a major hotel chain require their designers to create a dummy of the standard room in which someone (maybe even, gasp, the designer) could spend a night or two in to see if it worked before replicating it over 150 times?
Apparently not in this hotel. Because glass is involved, the lack of 3-D makes the picture at left less than perfect to play the "What's Wrong" game...so let me cheat for you.
With the bathroom door open, the glass shower door cannot achieve even a 75 degree angle open, banging loudly into the opposing door. Even worse, note that these are not sliding glass shower doors. Thus, there is no way to turn on the shower without getting soaked with a blast of cold water.
Good morning, campers.
Had the designer been forced to actually spend 24 hours in the room that s/he designed...there would be no way this failure would have been foisted upon the poor guests of an exceptional brand hotel that should certainly know better.
But, apparently doesn't.