Travelling halfway across the world and shelling out on an expensive hotel might seem overindulgent for a good night’s sleep.
But studies have found the pandemic and lockdowns led to a rise in sleep disturbances so it’s no wonder people are looking to stabilise their circadian rhythms.
This year, ‘sleep tourism’ is trending as travellers increasingly focus their holidays on getting some quality shut eye.
In celebration of World Sleep Day, here are some novel features hotels have introduced to aid sleep.
BLESS Hotel Madrid, Madrid (Spain)
Located in the glamorous Golden Mile of Spain’s capital city, the five-star BLESS Hotel Madrid is looking to science to aid guests’ slumber.
Their BLESS Wellbeing Terrace Villa
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