It looks like a normal Westin hotel room--heavenly bed, iPod docking staion, fee for WiFi access, etc.--but the place is equipped with gadgets to fight jet lag.
Ok some are not exactly gadgets like the calming tea but there's an oscillating fan and a meditation loop that plays on the TV.
The craziest thing might be found in a good shower where a high intensity light claims to reset your body clock by trigging the third receptor in the human eye. As Greenberg says:
"With one button to relax you and another to rev you up it can make the average traveler feel like James Bond."
Umm...yeah. (You can read more about the third receptor in the online version of this segment.)
So they put Alex Nesterov in the room to try it out after he flew to Chicago from Paris and suffering from jet lag. Alex films a sort of video diary overnight and at the end says he slept about five and a half hours. Smart guy that he is, he mentions the possibility of a placebo effect but still he feels better.
The Westin's Jet Lag room is still in testing but once they figure out what works the best, expect more jet lag rooms to pop up in their hotels soon.