To create the suite of the future, the Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow collaborated with Mercedes-Benz.
Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow and Mercedes-Benz collaborated to create Maybach Suite 1886, a project with an ambition to “raise the bar for luxury accommodation”.
The suite is equipped with a home theater and three audio zones across the room. Guests can connect their mobile devices wirelessly to enjoy their music as they relax.
German BURG&GLASS televisions are featured in the bedroom, the living room and even in front of the Jacuzzi. They can also be used to adapt light in function of the occupants' mood: welcoming, gallery, cocktail and party.
Decoration includes branded accessories such as posters, albums, car models, projections of logos and the Maybach bar that recreates the silhouette and dimensions of a car.
Radisson thinks this initiative “will develop a new trend in the art of hospitality”.
Other hotel groups have already experimented with similar collaborations.
This is the case of Hilton and Alienware (computer manufacturer Dell) who have teamed up to create a special luxury gamers' room at the Hilton Panama. It offers a world entirely dedicated to video games with the equipment needed to live an immersive experience: large desk, curved 4K screen, Oled TV, bucket seat, surround sound system (THX, Dolby Digital and DTS) and notably an Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.
At the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, the ephemeral suite 321 immersed its guests in the codes of the Maserati brand. The following package was proposed: one night with breakfast, transfer from the airport in Maserati Quattroporte, provision of a Maserati GranCabrio, cocktail and for a stay of three nights or more, a cryotherapy session was offered. Another year, the photo was in the spotlight: the client could receive a portrait photo signed Studio Harcourt in a dedicated ephemeral suite .
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