Noting the importance of sleep, The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills and Silicon Valley’s Bryte created The Restorative Sleep Experience in seven of the hotel’s London One Bedroom Suites.
The suites will feature The Restorative Bed by Bryte, which measures, learns, tests and applies what each sleeper needs to improve their restorative sleep. Bryte developed the bed in partnership with leading sleep scientists from Stanford and UC Berkeley. Hotel guests can expect multi-sensory relaxation to help them fall asleep faster; individualized heating and cooling that pulls them into a deeper sleep; and computer-controlled pressure management to adjust comfort and support by the inch.
Guests can personalize their sleep experience by selecting firmness and temperature through a bedside tablet. The mattress tracks individual sleep status, making real-time adjustments for maximum comfort. A quiet, head-to-toe motion beneath the body helps guests fall asleep and also gently awakens them by warming the mattress temperature. An optional gentle nudge can also be selected. Guests receive a full analysis of their sleep upon waking.
Guest preferences are anonymously stored in Bryte’s secure cloud app. Guests can log in to any Restorative Bed and have it automatically reconfigured to their preferences. If The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills guests would like to take The Restorative Bed home with them, they will receive a special discount code to purchase.
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