The Bryte bed is about to transform your hotel experience

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Here is a case that when you rehearse you definitely won’t lose.

Indeed, several leading hotels across the country are teaming up with technology company AI-Sleep Bryte, to deliver the ultimate mattress. It’s called the Restorative Bed and it’s about to take you to seventh heaven every time you sleep.

Indeed, the bed allows you to fall asleep more quickly, to sleep better and to wake up naturally.

Luxury hotels that currently offer the Restorative Bed in their rooms include the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, Park Terrace in New York, Cavallo Point San Francisco, Rancho Valencia Resort, London West Hollywood, and Carillon Miami Wellness Resort.

Why now? “Luxury and wellness hotel guests are more health conscious,” says Ely Tsern, CEO of Bryte. “Hotels want to differentiate themselves and their core business is sleep. The response has been incredible…. Wellness hospitality clearly goes beyond the spa and there is no better way to deliver wellness on a grand scale than in every room, ”he added.

Here is how it works. The Restorative Bed is specially designed to actively enhance restful sleep, to help you get those 40 all-important winks. A built-in sensory network detects biometric data such as heart rate and breathing patterns to identify when a sleeper enters the first phase of sleep, triggering cooling functions to lower the core body temperature – it gently puts sleepers to sleep in them. critical stages of deep sleep faster than you say “REM”. Meanwhile, 100 computer-controlled air cushions with the bed alleviate pressure points by continually recalibrating the support a body needs, promoting longer, more restful sleep.

The bed has two controls – for each side of the bed, for each person – and it can be set to heat or cool. “We can help you fall asleep faster,” says Tsern. He explained that the bed actually has a relaxation mode that can gently rock you to sleep. Who wouldn’t like that?

Then, special sensor technology analyzes your sleep and tracks your sleep. Its 100 coils can be adjusted for pressure and support, and “it relieves high pressure points,” added Francisco Levine, chief commercial officer of Bryte. “It looks like a spa treatment in bed.”

Mr Tsern added: “It wakes you up naturally, by adjusting the light and temperature. And the bed actually gives you a slight ‘push’, to wake you up refreshed – no sounding alarms needed. ”

And all of this information is documented, so you can read your sleep analysis report in the morning. There’s probably no better way to calculate how much REM sleep you’ve gotten.

From the first night, guests can expect to fall asleep faster, sleep longer and deeper, and wake up naturally rested and restored. Over the following nights, the bed continues to adjust parameters such as temperature and firmness for each individual, leading to significant gains in all measures of restful sleep. Travelers can also create their own personal profile that records their preferences, to be used on future stays at any hotel with a restorative bed, for the ultimate in travel comfort.

The Restorative Bed also has its own Sleep Science Advisory Board, led by Senior Sleep Advisor Dr. Matthew Walker. Mr. Walker’s website lists him as a “sleep diplomat” and he is the author of the international bestseller Why we sleep. By cataloging cutting-edge scientific advances and synthesizing decades of research and clinical practice, Why We Sleep explains how you can harness sleep to improve learning, mood and energy levels; regulate hormones; prevent cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, obesity and diabetes; slow down the effects of aging; increase longevity; improve the education and lifespan of our children; and increase the efficiency, success and productivity of your businesses. “We work closely with Dr Walker and with Stanford doctors and the world’s best sleep specialists,” Tsern explains.

“In the future, everyone will sleep this way,” he added. Currently, licensing agreements with mattress manufacturers are in progress.

Many more hotels are added to the list each month, and by the end of the year the Bryte bed is expected to be featured in around a total of 25 hotels.

The luxurious Carillon Miami Wellness Resort has currently installed five remedial beds at its upscale property and has committed to offering around 111 in total by the end of the year. The resort’s vice president of spa and wellness operations, Tammy Pahel, told me in a phone interview that she herself had had an exaggerated experience when she drew attention to the bed. She explained that today, with the onset of the COVID pandemic, “getting a good night’s sleep is an incredible experience. People have tremendous anxiety and sleepless nights. She reported to me that “each of our guests who slept on the restful bed said it was a comfortable night’s sleep, it was an amazing experience and they woke up refreshed.”

And oh yes – many travelers enjoy the Restorative Bed so much that they buy one as the ultimate keepsake. A king or king of California sells for around $ 8,600. And at that price – you guessed it – it’s a celebrity favorite.

It’s a smart investment – for the rest of your life.

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