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Marriott unveils ‘floating’ Gravity Room

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Marriott Hotels, the flagship brand of Marriott International, has unveiled its ‘#MGravityRoom’, an interactive replica of the brand’s evolving modern guest room designs.

Located in the Greatroom of the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge (333 Adams St), this inverted replica of a guest room will be open until October 6, 2016, allowing visitors to experience, snap and share photos.

Visitors have the opportunity to walk into the installation where a closet, desk and TV appear to float on the walls and ceiling. A how-to on the desk will prompt guests to position themselves and capture a photo to appear as if they are walking on the ceiling of the modern guest room. When one takes photos and rotate them 90-degrees, they will appear as if one is floating upside-down within the space.

marriott-gravity-room-3-content“Travellers today crave inspiration and unique experiences,” said Matthew Carroll, vice president and global brand manager, Marriott Hotels.

“We see the #MGravityRoom as a creative way of showcasing the transformation of our brand and how we’re meeting the evolving needs of our guest. We have pushed the limits in our design and this allows us to have some fun with it while sharing our newest ideas.”

To bring its #MGravityRoom vision to life, Marriott Hotels worked with design teams and partners, including Marriott I + A Design Studio, Fairmont Designs, Brookline Furniture, Belstone, Wolf Gordon, Mosaic Tile Company, Historic Timber and Plank, Sandler Seating, and Designtex creating an imaginative expression of Marriott Hotels modernised rooms.

To see all the action on social, follow #MGravityRoom and Marriott Hotels on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. For more information about Marriott Hotels visit TravelBrilliantly.com.

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