Marriott Hotels has teamed up with idea engine TED through its award-winning educational arm TED-Ed, to debut a one-of-a kind immersive experience outside of a TED conference.
Aimed at sparking curiosity and enriching the experience of global travellers, The Curiosity Room by TED features interactive activities integrated into the Marriott Hotels guest room design, such as puzzles, hidden messages and more. There is a Curiosity Journal that serves as a guide to the in-room riddles, with hints available in case guests need a helping hand.
Once completed, guests receive a certificate and can celebrate with a complimentary dessert at the hotel’s restaurant.
First launched in San Francisco, California, this experiential interactive room experience will soon be available in Bangkok and London.
Guests can now book their stay in The Curiosity Room by TED at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park from August 15 to November 15. Priced from 16,100 baht (US$452), it includes a two-night stay for up to four guests, one dinner at Goji Kitchen + Bar, and a treat from the Siam Tea Room’s bakery.
For more information, visit Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park.