Marriott opens gravity-defying hotel room

Hotel chain is turning design on its head...

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Check out Marriott Hotels' latest innovation: a gravity-defying room is turning room design upside down - literally.

#MGravityRoom, an interactive replica of the brand's evolving modern guest room designs, has opened to visitors at the New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge.

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Guests can 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.

"Travelers today crave inspiration and unique experiences," said Matthew Carroll, vice president and global brand manager, Marriott Hotels.

"We have pushed the limits in our design and this allows us to have some fun with it while sharing our newest ideas."

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