All about sleep tourism

Travelers are increasingly putting quality sleep on their itinerary

A woman in a robe stretches her arms from a bed in front of a large window
Every hotel should aim to give guests a good night's sleep — and some are going above and beyond to do so
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More and more travelers are hitting the snooze button on their alarms, trading a morning of sightseeing for extra ZZZs. 

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