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Build back better bathrooms

Hotel designers didn’t get the memo on aesthetics and practicality

30 July 2022

9:00 AM

30 July 2022

9:00 AM

As anyone who has flown recently knows, crowds of Aussies are thronging travel hubs, making up for years of Covid lockdowns. With the joys of travel also come the irritants. Queues, delays and unexpected expenses are all perils, but there’s a lesser rank of annoyances too – namely, accommodations that irritate where they should please, or at least be practical.

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