Hotel mattresses in New York, USA emit soothing sounds and gentle movements to lull guests to sleep, while in the Maldives, guests are provided with nutritional advice for a good night’s rest.

According to Google Trends, searches for “how to sleep better” worldwide are “higher than ever” this year. The concept of “sleep tourism” has become popular after the pandemic, targeting travelers who prioritize accommodations that provide a comfortable and restful sleep experience.

Below are 6 hotels recommended by CNBC travel experts for those who have trouble sleeping or want to find a comfortable night’s sleep while traveling. These hotels are described as making “extra efforts to help guests get a good night’s sleep,” offering services such as smart beds, luxurious mattress toppers, blackout curtains, and health-focused wellness treatments.

Zedwell Hotels, London, UK

For travelers who seek complete relaxation, the two Zedwell hotels in London are a perfect choice. These rooms are free from distractions such as TV, landlines, and even windows.

The rooms are designed in a minimalist style with natural oak furnishings. They are well soundproofed, ensuring fresh air and tranquility. Room rates start from $212.

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    A rooftop bar with stunning views of iconic London landmarks at the Zedwell Hotel.
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    Guests can check in and receive their room keys at the hotel lobby through self-service kiosks.
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    Meditation is encouraged for guests before bedtime.
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    Inside one of the windowless rooms, designed to cater to travelers seeking a good night's sleep.

Cadogan, London, UK

This hotel collaborates with sleep expert and hypnotherapist Malminder Gill to offer a “Sleep Concierge” service that includes meditation. Guests are provided with suitable weighted pillows and blankets, pre-sleep herbal tea, and pillow mist. Guests can also book a therapy session with Gill to aid their sleep. Room rates start from $1,043.

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A sleep-focused room at the Cadogan hotel. Photo: The Cadogan

Six Senses Laamu, Maldives

Sleep-deprived guests can book a sleep-focused program lasting from 3 to 10 days at Six Senses Laamu in the Maldives. Here, guests are monitored and cared for in terms of sleep, health checks, and participation in spa treatments, yoga, meditation, or fitness sessions, with nutritional guidance included.

Similar sleep packages are also available at Six Senses resorts in Switzerland, Fiji, India, Turkey, and Thailand. Room rates start from over $1,500.

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Một căn phòng trên biển thuộc Six Senses Laamu. Ảnh: Travel plus style

Park Hyatt, New York, USA

For those who struggle with sleep, experts recommend staying at Park Hyatt in New York. The hotel offers three newly renovated sleep suites specifically designed for guests looking for a good night’s sleep. These rooms feature smart beds that emit soothing sounds and gentle movements to help guests fall asleep. When it’s time to wake up, the bed slowly transitions to a waking state over 15 minutes.

The sleep suites also include aromatherapy diffusers to create a pleasant scent and a collection of “sleep-related” books. Room rates start from over $1,200.

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A room at the Park Hyatt hotel. Photo: TripAdvisor.

Carillon Miami Wellness Resort, Miami, USA

The resort’s ocean-view rooms at Carillon Miami Wellness Resort overlook the Miami Beach. The resort offers a sleep care program involving sound therapy combined with sound therapy to provide “essential short sleep, even for the busiest people.”

Guests can also enjoy hypnotherapy sessions, Epsom salt baths (known for their health benefits), and a meditation area. The resort requires a minimum stay of two nights, with rates starting from $1,043.

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    The hotel provides sleep support programs and health care services. Photo: Carillon
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    An overview of the Carillon resort. Photo: Carillon
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    A room with a view of the ocean. Photo: Carillon

Sha Wellness Clinic, Alicante, Spain

With the assistance of sleep specialist Dr. Vicente Mera, the luxurious Sha Wellness Clinic in Spain is considered a health-focused destination for travelers. Here, you can participate in a “Sleep Medicine” program, including sleep counseling, easy respiratory support using CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure), sleep index measurements, heart rate monitoring, and stress control and hydrotherapy treatments. Room rates start from $3,439 (including sleep support services).

Room rates are based on publicly available rates from apps such as Booking, Agoda, Tripadvisor, Kayak, Expedia, and hotel websites for various days of the week in October. Travelers should contact the booking agent or the hotel for the most accurate pricing for their desired dates of stay.”