Newport is opening its first hotel with a glass floor in its windows.
The hotel has been set up in the old Royal Newport hotel in the city’s North Shore.
It’s a joint venture between the hotel and the city council.
The company has been using glass for more than 20 years, with a view to producing the first glass hotel in Britain, the hotel says.
The glass was originally a form of cement that was used to support buildings.
Glass is still a material that can withstand high temperatures, but the council said its use should be limited.
Its new hotel uses glass for its windows, and it plans to offer services like cleaning and light fittings in the hotel.
The council said it would be up to the hotel to decide what to do with the glass once the building is up and running.
It is part of the new National Development Strategy, which aims to boost the city and create jobs.
The National Development Plan includes a £1.8bn plan to build the city centre and other major infrastructure projects, including a new railway.
The plan includes an expansion of the city, including new housing, schools and a new airport.
The city council has invested £10m into the project and the glass was first tested in the summer.
The Glass Hotel will open in the new Royal Newport Hotel in Newport in the next few months.