Hotel EMC2 is celebrating National Art Day (Oct. 25) with paint-by-numbers amenities, which will be delivered to all guest rooms throughout the day. The property's artistic influence has led to similar art and science activations in the past, including celebrations of Albert Einstein's birthday, Pi Day, the 500th Anniversary of Da Vinci's death and more.
The hotel also recently began its delivery service amenity that is both artistic and futuristic: concierge robots, Leo and Cleo. In honor of National Art Day, Leo and Cleo will be delivering coloring books as well as books from the hotel's collection of 12,000. The program is no additional cost for guests.
In addition to its artful amenities, Hotel EMC2 offers two multifunctional meeting and event spaces, Emmy Noether and Symmetry. The rooms total 2,000 square feet and incorporate scientific and artistic elements. The spaces are named after Noether, a German mathematician and professor of the early 1900s who laid groundwork for Einstein's general theory of relativity, and symmetry, the guiding principle behind Noether's theorem.
Artwork of Dr. Eugenia Cheng, a British mathematician, musician, author, artist and scientist, commissioned by SMASHotels' President and CEO Scott Greenberg, is the focal point of both event spaces. Also, both spaces are adaptable to boardroom, u-shape, classroom, banquet and theater layouts and can accommodate up to 75 guests. Symmetry also boasts a 690-square-foot terrace.