Talk has swirled around the opening of London’s new Shangri-La hotel in recent months for its prestigious location atop the city’s tallest skyscraper, The Shard.

However, guests staying in the 202-room hotel, which takes up levels 34 through 52 of the 306-metre tower, have pointed out a design flaw in architect Renzo Piano’s iconic tower. These guests have found that they can see reflections of their neighbours at night due to the structure and shape…