Nine Hotels Where You’ll Sleep Like a Baby 

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<em>Vacations are supposed to be a time to recharge and relax, but thanks to street noise, thin-walled hotels, and lumpy mattresses, you may end up more tired than before you started. Avoid insomnia by booking a room at one of these hotels, which offer cutting-edge solutions to even your worst sleep problems.</em>Park Hyatt Tokyo Twice a week, guests at this hotel can enjoy a view of Tokyo’s skyline at night while taking part in the “Good Night Sleep Stretch”: Soothing poses and breathing exercises are combined with aromatherapy to help release stress and improve circulation and digestion. A cup of herbal tea afterward is just the thing to send you off into an easy night’s sleep.More From :<ul> <li> </li> <li> </li> <li> </li> <li></li> </ul>

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Vacations are supposed to be a time to recharge and relax, but thanks to street noise, thin-walled hotels, and lumpy mattresses, you may end up more tired than before you started. Avoid insomnia by booking a room at one of these hotels, which offer cutting-edge solutions to even your worst sleep problems.Park Hyatt Tokyo Twice a week, guests at this hotel can enjoy a view of Tokyo’s skyline at night while taking part in the “Good Night Sleep Stretch”: Soothing poses and breathing exercises are combined with aromatherapy to help release stress and improve circulation and digestion. A cup of herbal tea afterward is just the thing to send you off into an easy night’s sleep.More From :

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Earlier this year, the Four Seasons debuted a luxe new mattress, complete with temperature control design and varying levels of firmness. While these customizable mattresses should be in all of the Four Seasons’ hotels by 2016, you can try them out now at its resort in Jackson Hole. As an added bonus, guests can also request an in-room humidifier if the dry mountain air is affecting their sleep.More From :

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This storied hotel closed last year for extensive renovations, and will reopen to the public on August 1. When it does, its Art Deco Eiffel suites will come complete with NightCove lights that are designed to maximize melatonin. Choose from three settings—sleep, nap, or anti-jet lag—or see how they can up the relaxation factor during a treatment at the hotel’s Dior spa.More From :

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Fend off jet lag with Swissotel’s Deep Sleep Package, designed by somnologist Dr. Michael Feld. The package comes with all sorts of goodies: a wake-up drink in the morning gives you energy, while a calming cup of cocoa at night helps you relax. There’s also daily aromatherapy, access to the hotel’s PowerNap Lounge (yep, it’s a thing—you get 20 minutes to take a catnap), and pillows equipped with white-noise generators.More From :

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The proprietors of this chic London hotel go out of their way to ensure guests are well-rested. The rooms have soundproofed walls, along with thick curtains to keep things quiet and dark. If you need even more to help you relax, book a “sleep deeply” massage, offered only in the afternoon and evening to best prep you for bed.More From :

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Considering how devoted this resort is to serenity and balance, it’s no surprise that guests have myriad options to help them rest. At the top of that list is the lighting in each room: The hotel uses Definity Digital Good Night LED bulbs, originally created to help NASA astronauts get better sleep. If that’s not helping, the hotel also has a registered nurse on staff who leads "Are You Sleeping?" group sessions, dedicated to improving your restfulness.More From :

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Searching for some shut-eye? Book a package at this resort’s Joya Spa: The Restorative Sleep Ritual, for example, combines lavender aromatherapy, massage, and reflexology. More intense treatments included guided hypnotherapy or meditation to help you get more out of your dream life.More From :

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The hustle of Shanghai’s Bund neighborhood seems to disappear as soon as you check in to this hotel. Thank the state-of-the-art rooms, which are not only soundproof, but also feature buttons near each bed that allow you to put up a do-not-disturb notification without having to get up.More From :

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The hotel wanted both its guests and employees to feel more rested, and so partenered with sleep expert Nancy Rothstein to devise its Sleep Sound Initiative. The program is full of small touches—such as warm milk and cookies before bed, a TV channel that plays soothing music, and a Slumber Massage that includes a catnap—that are backed up by Rothstein’s research. The hotel also offers humidifiers and oxygen canisters should guests need help acclimating to the altitude (8,100 feet!)More on sleeping while traveling:More From :

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