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Microsoft and Novotel's Room 3120 Offers an Interactive Stay

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Dec 8, 2011 • References: ausbt.au and popsop
For the adult gamer, perhaps the one sad thing about traveling is not being able to play video games. Microsoft and the Hotel Novotel Vaugirard Montparnasse in Paris are about to change that, however, with an interactive gaming suite called Room 3120.

Room 3120 features a large flatscreen TV and an upgraded Xbox 360 console with Kinect, along with a fold-out bed so you can have more space -- for gaming, obviously. A separate area for kids features another game console and roll-up beds, and even the cushions are replicas of a keyboard's Shift and Escape keys. There is also a desk in Room 3120 that, according to Australian Business Traveller, features Microsoft’s touchscreen Surface technology and responds to users’ hand gestures.

And if al that weren't enough, Room 3120 has a Sensorit interactive mirror that can display weather, news and more with just a wave of the hand.

All of this can be yours for $272 per night. To book your stay, visit the Novotel's site.