#1 This hotel clock has displays on three sides.
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#2 My hotel in Odessa (Ukraine) tells you which day it is by changing the elevator carpet every day.
I want a carpet that tells me the time.
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#3 My hotel shower has a light to let you know if it's too hot/cold.
That seems like a solution in search of a problem.
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#4 Umbrella rack has locks and keys to keep your umbrellas safe from thieves.
Did 94 put his/her umbrella in the wrong way? LOL
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#5 This airport bathroom has lights to show you which stalls are free.
A solution to a non-existent problem. Bravo.
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#6 My hotel in China has a card to give to a taxi driver so you can find your way back.
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#7 This elevator at my university has feet buttons.
Good for when you’re carrying things but also good for flu season.
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#8 These chairs in a ski resort restaurant have room for your gloves, helmet, hat etc.
I think these chairs are great.
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#9 My work continues the paint lines up the wall to help people park.
So simple, so effective.
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#10 The shower in my hotel has a little cutout so you can turn it on before getting in.
It could also be a hole for someone to hand you a second shower beer.
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#11 The toilet at our new house has a built in smaller kids seat.
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#12 This pizza box in Japan that has a handle in the middle to keep the pizza flat.
It's more about ease of carrying than it is keeping it flat.
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#13 This pill bottle lid tells you when you last opened it.
Perfect for when the grandkids visit.
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#14 This hotels mirror tells the weather.
Or you could just look out the window.
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#15 The sewing kit at my hotel came with the needles pre-threaded.
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#16 My roommates spatula has a stand so the bit that touches your food doesn't touch the counter.
I need this.
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