Hotel Zetta introduces virtual-reality experiences

The Viceroy Group’s Hotel Zetta in San Francisco has introduced a new amenity – room scale virtual reality. The VR “cube” installation, designed by the innovative team of San Francisco upstart Exit Reality, is set inside the hotel’s swanky, yet offbeat lobby adorned with a blend of recycled and reused materials.

Guests are invited to step inside the custom-outfitted virtual reality space, resembling an Airstream of tomorrow, where they can immerse themselves in a variety of out-of-this world experiences. Passersby on the street can peer in through the hotel’s front window to get a view of individuals donning the VR headset as they step into an alternate reality.
 
Currently, the cube offers a variety of virtual reality journeys from underwater adventures to first-person shooting games, ensuring that there is something for every fancy. The company is currently exploring the opportunity to expand to other Viceroy properties as well.

Suggested Articles

The S.C.-based restaurant group picked hospitality veteran Larry Spelts to lead its new hotel management and consulting division.

The East Palo Alto, Calif., property features the intelligent gym and personal trainer in select guestrooms.

Infor cloud solutions now connect siloed applications and reduce manual processes for the California resort.