Pampering guests at the touch of a button

by | 27 Jul 2020 | Suppliers

“I feel fresh, comfortable and confident” – that sounds something you might say after visiting the hairdresser’s, but these are actually the words of a thrilled AquaClean shower toilet user. Yes, that’s right – we’re talking about going to the loo. Read on to find out how to turn this basic necessity into a well-being experience for hotel guests.

If you haven’t used a shower toilet before, you might think that it would be inconvenient or that the controls would be too complicated. “My first impression was that the technology was a bit daunting. But once I’d used it for the first time, I couldn’t help wondering how I’d managed without it for so long,” says an enthusiastic user who came across a Geberit AquaClean shower toilet for the first time in a hotel.

Intuitive operation

Guests can tailor every aspect of the experience to their own personal preferences – including how they prefer to control the shower toilet. The remote control is an obvious choice and offers straightforward, intuitive operation. But there are also a number of other options when it comes to operating an AquaClean – all of which are equally easy and intuitive to use.

Anyone who is used to taking their smartphone with them to the toilet can use it to control the AquaClean at the same time. With the free app, users can access the shower toilet’s remote control function straight from their device.

An unforgettable feeling of freshness

However guests decide to operate the shower toilet, the feeling of freshness they experience during their hotel visit is something they won’t forget in a hurry. With their simple, intuitive operation, shower toilets open up a whole new world of comfort and well-being for hotel guests.

You can find out more about the various AquaClean models here:



The globally operating Geberit Group is a European leader in the field of sanitary products.



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