Praying in a non-denominational room

Question: Last time I was at Newark Airport between flights in the morning, I davened shacharis in the non-denominational room (actually, they call it a meditation room). The room has mats in the back for Muslim prayers and an opaque curtain in the front blocking some Christian emblem with a cross on it. You can't see the emblem with the curtain closed. I assume Christians open the curtain when they're praying there. Other than this, the room has no religious markings of any kind. I just wanted to double-check that I can use this room, because I will be traveling to the US after Purim. Continue reading “Praying in a non-denominational room”