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Few Travel Tips on a Good Night Sleep

Having a good, refreshing night sleep is very important for those that travel a lot. It may not seem like a big thing, but business persons that are always travelling are often complaining about not being able to sleep enough because of their neighbors or because of the hotel staff. Here are some tips on how to make sure you will have the chance to get a good sleep overnight in order to be completely fresh for that morning meeting!

The first important travel tip is choosing the right hotel room. Make sure your room is not placed near an elevator or near the ice machine. It may not seem to be a big deal, but feeling the elevator's vibration all night long will not help you sleep after a long tiring day of travel. Neither will help you sleep the sound of the hotels' ice machine used by all the other persons on your floor. And, most important, always ask at the hotel's reception if your room is placed near the disco club. Make sure you put at least 3 floors between your sleep and the hotel's disco!

Another travel tip is to check if your hotel room has a Do Not Disturb sign. If it doesn't, ask the reception to give you one, or even make one yourself. Otherwise, the hotels' cleaning staff will wake you up for the usual changing the towels operation.


And this is extremely annoying, especially when you are about to start another long day of travel.

In case there is a party carried out next door, don't bother to complain to the hotels' receptions staff. All they can do is to send the hotel security to ask the party animals to keep it down. Therefore you should ask the front desk staff to give you another room. Insist if they claim there are no more rooms. Do the same thing if there is a couple next door training for the world sex Olympics. And, early in the morning, before leaving the hotel, you can have your own little revenge by calling the loud room. They will be most likely sleeping!

And, a final piece of travel advice: always pack a pair of earplugs whenever sleep over night in hotels. They will stop you from hearing all the disturbing noises any hotels may be dealing with.

Enjoy a good night sleep on your travels!
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