The Hotel Preston in Nashville, Tenn., is being more open-minded in terms of religious texts in its rooms, offering a choice among the Bible, the Koran and even Scientology books, The Tennessean reported Tuesday.
The goal is to cater to non-Christian visitors, as well as those looking to learn about other faiths, the paper reported.
"Our guests come from different places and they definitely come from different cultures, backgrounds, ethnicities, so we want everyone to feel welcomed and comfortable," hotel spokeswoman Dina Nishioka told The Tennessean.
The "Spiritual Menu" is the latest in a string of unconventional marketing techniques. Most recently, as part of a living art display, Hotel Preston hired women to take turns wearing pink lingerie and living in a mock room in a corner of the hotel's cocktail lounge, The Tennessean reported.