Thursday, May 10, 2012
How to sleep well at a hotel II - watch out it's the snore police!
Further to my last post about getting a good night's sleep at a hotel I came across this piece about the Crowne Plaza introducing Sleep Monitors to detect loud snorers in their quiet zones.
crown plaza snore-monitors
Apparently if you are snoring too loud in the quiet zone then you get a knock on the door from the snore police (aka the snore monitors).
Now whilst snoring is a big nuisance for those that want a great night's sleep. Ask my wife - I snore like a drain. I can't help feeling if I'd paid good money for a hotel room and got woken up because I was snoring I may not be best pleased.
However good PR for Crowne Plaza and well done for having a go and putting a good night's sleep on the agenda.
Isn't the real issue about the architecture and design of hotels to control unwanted noise pollution from wherever it comes?