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Hotels to Integrate Sleep-Enhancement Technologies by 2030


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Within the next two decades, the hotel room will be so technologically advanced that it will almost be alive - fulfilling guests' needs like a personal concierge, lifestyle coach, fitness trainer, psychologist and doctor. Cutting-edge technology will monitor customers' energy levels, physical well-being, emotions and mood to help ensure they achieve a good night's sleep.


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I think that'll be good for all guests in hotels making sure they have a good night sleep even if they're not at home, What do members think?

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Well, I dunno. I almost feel that would be too much technology. Often when I go on vacations, I do it to get away from it, so I'd likely find this more distracting than anything.
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Well, I dunno. I almost feel that would be too much technology. Often when I go on vacations, I do it to get away from it, so I'd likely find this more distracting than anything.


Yes, I agree a lot of people go on vacation to get away from technological distractions that are actually programmed to make you stressful no matter how much easier your life appears to be. YOU MUST ANSWER THIS TEXT MESSAGE, type of scenario.

but, I definitely see some of the technology entering higher end five star resorts in the next five-ten years.
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I agree, I think it would be a bit strange and distracting to have computers monitoring emotions and energy levels 24/7. Especially emotions, a computer monitoring emotions all the time during a vacation just seems a bit creepy.
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I assume though that ubiquity would be a big part of this. They'd integrate this technology and have it running, with the vast majority of it being invisible to the occupant. Only if the occupant decides they want to use a particular feature (i.e. fitness coach, etc.) does that particular part become visible.

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