Each discovery-based room has activities incorporated into its design, such as secret messages and hidden puzzle pieces, with guests receiving a certificate and complimentary dessert in the hotel restaurant on completion. The puzzles are customised to three hotel locations – San Francisco, Bangkok, and London – spotlighting different local landmarks and cultures.
“This one-of-a-kind adventure further fosters the notion for our guests to stay curious in their travels, opening their minds beyond a typical overnight stay, and propels them to explore the destination with a renewed desire to learn something,” says Jason Nuell, a senior vice president at Marriott International.
The immersive spaces are decorated with destination-inspired illustrations by American artist Caleb Morris. Read Hotels + Art: 2022 for other examples of how hoteliers are packing their properties with statement-making artwork.
Reservations for the Curiosity Rooms are available for later this year and early 2023.