Could Snoring Too Loudly Get You Kicked Out of the Crowne Plaza?

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  1. uggboy
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    Could Snoring Too Loudly Get You Kicked Out of the Crowne Plaza? ;)

    A few Crowne Plaza Hotels in the UK made the news last week for their "Snore Absorption"rooms which are designed to help snorers snore less and help their companions sleep more. The rooms include a bunch of snore absorption amenities like sound-absorbing headboards to muffle the echo, anti-snoring wedge pillows and white noise machines.
    But now it comes out that the hotels are also employing snore monitors whose job it is to patrol the designated quiet corridors of the hotel. Reutersreports:

    "Snore monitors" patrol corridors in the designated quiet zones of Crowne Plaza hotels in the cities of London, Leeds and Manchester. Their job is to listen out for offensive noises and knock on the door of guests who snore too loudly.
    "We have quiet zones on two floors of the hotel. As Snore Monitor, I conduct floor walks to check for noise disruptions, paying particular attention to the quiet zone rooms," said Laura Simpson, Snore Monitor at Leeds Crowne Plaza hotel in northern England.

    http://www.hotelchatter.com/story/2...Loudly_Get_You_Kicked_Out_of_the_Crowne_Plaza_​
     
  2. HaveMilesWillTravel
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    Seriously? I wish hotels would pay more attention to door slamming party rooms or children/teenages playing games in the hallways... I don't think I have ever been bothered by someone snoring in another room.
     
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    I can't say I ever have heard another guest snoring... Kids running, loud music and TVs, yes but never snoring.
     

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