Forget love and money. What people desire most in this go-go world is a good night's sleep. Nobody knows this better than Rebecca Robbins, a sleep researcher. As the co-author of Sleep for Success! and sleep consultant to New York City's Benjamin Hotel, Robbins is more than qualified to talk about what it takes to secure a restful snooze. Here, she shares her best tips on sleep, bed, and beyond. Learn more here.
“I would love for this to be the norm,” Dr. Robbins, sleep researcher, said. “Instead of talking about adding a gadget or the latest iPod dock or charger in the room, we should be focusing more on sleep in the hospitality industry.” Read the full article on about how hotels must prioritize guest sleep here.
Another takeaway is that improving guests’ quality of sleep doesn’t necessarily require a major overhaul. Michael Grandner of the University of Pennsylvania’s Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program encourages hotels to “think beyond the mattress,” and Rebecca Robbins, a researcher at Cornell and coauthor of Sleep for Success!, agrees that small tweaks can go a long way. Read the full article here.
“Most of us need one more hour’s sleep a night.” Read the full article on the importance of good sleep, and what hotels are doing in the area here.
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