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How To Get A Good Night's Sleep In A Hotel - How To Sleep Better


Before you travel, you have a lot of planning to do. Most people travel in order to see a friend or loved one, complete an assignment for work, or see what the world has to offer. Many travelers have problems sleeping at a hotel because the change in your surroundings can disrupt your sleep pattern.

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However, you can resolve your sleep problems with simple adjustments. Read on to learn how to get better sleep in a hotel.

1. Stay Away From Noise

Traffic, elevators, ice machines — hotels have many noises that can keep you awake. When booking a hotel room, ask for a room on a high floor away from the elevator. You will hear less sound from outside traffic noise, and you don't have to worry about hearing footsteps above you in a top-floor room. If you need white noise to sleep well, try turning on the bathroom fan.

2. Eat a Light Meal Before Bed

When you travel, you have the chance to eat delicious food. We recommend keeping your culinary adventures to the daytime for better sleep. Digesting a large meal can keep you awake without you even realizing it.

3. Use Your Bed Only for Sleeping

Making your bed a place for only sleep can help your body know when to get rest. Watch TV from a chair and work on your computer at a desk or table.

4. Follow Your Usual Routine

Many of the issues you might have with sleeping in a hotel come from its differences from your daily life. When you travel, you likely follow a different schedule and go to new locations. While there might not be much you can do about your daytime schedule, try to keep your bedtime rituals as similar to your home routine as possible. Your mind and body will become more familiar with your environment, and you'll fall asleep more easily.

5. Block out All Light

Light affects sleep more than you might think. Pack your bag with a sleeping mask and clothespins for keeping curtains closed. You can also put a towel under the door to block light from the hallway.

6. Ask for a Wake-Up Call

You have important things to do when you travel. If you have an appointment in the morning, you may worry about missing an alarm or oversleeping. Ask the front desk for a wake-up call, and they'll wake you up in the morning for free.

7. Use Your "Do Not Disturb" Sign

You have a "do not disturb" hanger for a reason. When you take a nap during the day or sleep later than the average person, put it on your door. The hotel staff will understand your needs and leave you alone while you sleep.

Get a Good Night's Sleep at the Warehouse Hotel

At the Warehouse Hotel, we want our guests to feel completely relaxed. Our state-of-the-art rooms have plush bedding and a modern bath that offer ultimate comfort. You can ask our front desk for a wake-up call so that you can sleep in peace. Contact us to learn about all our amenities and book a room today.

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