AccorHotels is Experimenting with Bespoke Hotel Rooms

This new initiative allows guests to design their hotel room the way they like it, via innovative technology and more.

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If you’ve ever dreamt of designing your own hotel room just the way you like it to be, check out this new initiative by AccorHotels.

The French hospitality company is now experimenting with a hotel concept called the #360ROOM, currently being conducted at the Pullman São Paulo Vila Olimpia Hotel.

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Under this concept, travelers are able to design the special suite in a myriad of ways, including choosing the arrangement of the walls, moving the bed to face the window or away from the sun.

As such, this will allow guests to have more autonomy in creating their preferred environment during their stay. In additional, the suite is connected by an iPad allowing the lighting to vary between “calm” and “party” mode.

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As part of the experiment, AccorHotels is partnering with Aqcez, a Brazilian company which specializes in architecture, engineering, and technology. All the furniture in the room has been installed with electronic controls, allowing the space to be endlessly adjusted.

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Patrick Mendes, AccorHotels’ CEO for South America said: “The #360ROOM is one of the ways in which we can show our guests how important they are to us. By combining state-of-the-art technology and design, we want to provide them with the best experience possible in our hotels.”

Other hi-tech features of the suite include Energy Bleinat induction smartphone charging, as well as the Dual Screen Mirror TV. The latter can be used for watching shows or movies during a relaxing bath.

More information here.

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