The international hotel chain Crowne Plaza is aiming to help its guests sleep more soundly by introducing "snore patrols" and "snore absorption rooms" at a number of its sites around the world.
In an attempt to combat noisy sleepers, "snore monitors" patrol the hallways in the designated quiet zones of Crowne Plaza hotels, listening for noise disruptions and knocking on the doors of guests who snore too loudly. "Snore absorption rooms" feature the latest in snore control technology, such as white noise machines and anti-snoring pillows.
Crowne Plaza hopes that these measures will make staying at their hotels a more enjoyable experience for guests.
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