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JW Marriott Bangkok launches 'Room of the Future'

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The JW Marriott Bangkok has become Marriott's first Asian property to implement the group's new Room of the Future, with innovative new technology supporting the latest hi-tech gadgets that have become vital to the business traveler.

New "Room of the Future" at the JW Marriott Bangkok

Marriotts new Remote Jack Pack (RJP) technology by Clipsal is specifically designed to enhance guests in-room experience and provides the ultimate convenience. This clever technology enables guests to easily connect their portable electronic devices such as Laptop, Digital Camera, PlayStation/Xbox, IPOD/MP3 player, all of which can be connected via plug and play to the new 32 inch LCD flat screen television sets.

A whole new Superior Room Category with classic, contemporary design has been created for this futuristic concept. A complete makeover of all rooms includes rich wood wall paneling features, new furnishings and bedding and the addition of modern rain showers in every bathroom. 

Luxurious new bedding is also part of JW Marriott Bangkoks Room of the Future in line with Marriotts global bedding makeover which will use over 30 million yarns of fabric; enough to stretch more than two-thirds of the way around the world.

Designed to "Revive", the new Marriott bed features down comforters nestled inside sheeted duvets replacing the traditional bedspread. Crisp white bed linens with a 300 thread-count, as well as thicker, more comfortable mattresses, with the addition of 3 inch mattress toppers and more pillows.

The total renovation is scheduled for completion by mid 2007.

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