When fancy meets geeky, the result is a $670 a night stay in the Star Trek room at the Sheraton Hotel in Sao Paolo, Brazil.
This hotel features everything a ‘trekkie’ – a hardcore fan of Star Trek – will feel is appropriate to make the hotel feel as authentic as the show’s set as possible.
When people first enter the room, the first detail they will notice is the walls. They offer a nostalgic sense of being aboard the Enterprise (spacecraft in the Star Trek series), as the walls are black like the night sky and are covered with star designs that are made up of 7,000 crystals and LED lights. To imitate the overall atmosphere of the series and movies, the memorable logo appears on almost everything in the room.
Although the room is quite pricey, it does have its added perks to sway you into staying. First, if you want to share this experience with your boyfriend or girlfriend and provide them with an awesome getaway, a couple can stay for $715 a night. Second, the LED lights can be customized to each visitor’s experience with the use of a remote. Finally, people will enjoy a complimentary breakfast and tickets to ‘Star Trek Into the Darkness.’
Whether you’re a long-time trekkie or only know that Chris Pine plays in the Star Trek movies, there’s no denying this room is truly remarkable.
The Star Trek Hotel Room Offers Guests a True Trekkie Experience
1. Geeky Hotel Rooms - Hotels are offering rooms inspired by infamous movies or shows that provide fans an authentic experience.
2. Customizable LED Rooms - LED lights in hotel rooms can now be personalized through the use of a remote control.
3. Nostalgic Hotel Rooms - Hotel rooms allow fans to relive their favorite movies or shows while on vacation.
1. Hospitality Industry - Hotels can incorporate themes from popular movies or shows to attract a new customer base.
2. LED Lighting Industry - LED lighting companies can create customizable products to cater to the hospitality industry.
3. Entertainment Industry - Filmmakers and production companies can partner with hotel chains to create a more immersive experience for fans.