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Marriott & Ted’s Educative Guest Rooms

Published 26 July 2022

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Appealing to the 78% of US millennial travellers seeking trips with an educational edge (Condor Ferries, 2021), global hotel brand Marriott and...

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.

Learn more about how consumer attitudes towards travel and hospitality are shifting by downloading your sample report: Top Traveller Priorities: 2022.

Get in touch to speak to a member of the Stylus team to find out how your brand can harness trends and insights like these for future commercial success. 

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.

Learn more about how consumer attitudes towards travel and hospitality are shifting by downloading your sample report: Top Traveller Priorities: 2022.

Get in touch to speak to a member of the Stylus team to find out how your brand can harness trends and insights like these for future commercial success.