Smarter glass for modern hotels, restaurants and casinos.

Data shows that guests linger—and spend more money—in spaces with light and outdoor views, and pay more for hotel rooms with views of nature. SageGlass windows can help you get there.
Enhance guest experience

Glare and heat are uncomfortable for guests. Smart glass lets in plenty of light but keeps spaces cool and comfortable.

Maximize outdoor views

With smart tinting windows, guests are immersed in the neighborhood or landscape that drew them to you in the first place.

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More Sustainable Spaces

SageGlass smart tinting reduces operational carbon from heating, cooling, and lighting and eliminates the embodied carbon that comes with traditional window coverings.

A side by side view of a glass exterior of a building. The left side shows the interior of the space. It's dark on the right side.
Create a distinctive design

Welcome guests into a space with a modern, clean aesthetic that showcases outdoor views and isn’t cluttered by blinds or shades.

Southwest facing view of sageglass windows
Increase Revenue

Data shows guests spend more time and money in hotel rooms, lobbies, and other spaces with views of nature and other biophilic design elements.

Revenue

See SageGlass in action across a variety of hospitality venues.

Hospitality
Hostellerie am Schwarzse
The Hostellerie offers incredible views of the Prealps and the Black Lake. With SageGlass windows, guests now take in the view without heat or glare from reflecting sunlight—no shades required. ...
Schwarzsee, Switzerland
Hospitality
Dirty Habit Restaurant
This Washington, D.C. restaurant chose SageGlass for its façade, preserving the visibility of its location: the General Post Office, a National Historic Landmark.
Washington, D.C., USA
Hospitality
Waves, Beaulac Hotel
The WAVES rooftop restaurant sits inside a glass enclosure. Designers chose SageGlass to ensure comfort for guests, enhance the undulating design, and comply with strict energy standards. ...
Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Hospitality
71Above
For the top of the highest building in the western United States, designers chose SageGlass windows to manage glare and heat gain from the intense California sun.
California, USA

Not All Smart Glass Is Created Equal

Interested in learning whether SageGlass smart glass is a fit for your hospitality project?