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Snore Patrol: An Innovation of the Crowne Plaza Hotels

Have you ever had any bad experience of your hotel stay because your next-door “neighbors” made too much noise or just could not stop snoring?

The Crowne Plaza Hotels are testing out “snore-absorption rooms” in selected European and Middle Eastern properties. In addition to special amenities, such as sound-proof walls, special designed pillows, and white noise machines, the hotels also hire designated staff for snore patrol. “Snore patrol officers” may knock on a door if they sense that a guest(s) is too loud.

How important does a quiet room mean to you during your hotel stay? What are your thoughts on Crowne Plaza’s approach?


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The pictures were downloaded from the website of the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Syracuse, NY.

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  1. I heard that the Crowne Plaza motel in the United Kingdom prides itself on catering to guests.How you say? Now, loud sleepers are the center of probable frustration the Crowne is concentrating on. New "snore absorption" rooms are being paired with "snore monitors" charged with keeping the peace. Guests at the motel are both the target and the objective of the brand new procedures by the motel. Eventually, the hotel desires that these procedures will help everybody sleep more comfortably.Nice idea from the said hotel Consumers may want a payday loan to get into the nicer hotel.

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