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The Benjamin Royal Sonesta Hotel Unveils Kids Sleep Program

by Mary Melnick

May 22, 2024

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Destinations / North America

Make The Benjamin Royal Sonesta Hotel your home in New York City during your next family trip. The hotel, located in Midtown Manhattan, recently announced a new Kids Sleep Program, an addition to the hotel’s popular Rest and Renew Program. It promotes a restful night’s sleep for young travelers in the city that never sleeps.

 

With sleep quality a vital component of wellness, The Benjamin Royal Sonesta recognizes restorative rest is not a matter of coincidence, but design. The new program was developed for young royal guests with scientifically supported tools and insights to help shape children’s sleep experiences, as well as enhance sleep quality, boost productivity and improve daytime alertness.

 

The menu of sleep offerings include:

  • A goose down kids pillow
  • A child-sized sleep mask
  • Sweet Dreams: Bedtime Visualization for Kids book
  • An owl night light
  • Sleep tips for kids

 

“For more than 20 years, we have gone to extraordinary lengths to encourage a good night’s rest in New York City for our guests,” said Simon Chapman, general manager, The Benjamin Royal Sonesta Hotel. “This next evolution of our customizable, science-backed sleep solution experience is thoughtfully designed for children, to offer a peaceful sleep experience and allow them to embrace every moment of their summer travels.”

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