The Nightingale smart sleep system helps hotel guests fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer. A good night’s sleep is critical to the guest experience, and Nightingale enables hospitality brands to reduce noise complaints, earn better online reviews, and reduce room reimbursement charges. Clinically proven in a sleep study by Harvard Medical School, and designed by acoustic experts, Nightingale uses patented sound masking technology to mask common outdoor and indoor noises. Nightingale is Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled, and can be controlled via an API from the front desk or in-room system.
In a clinical sleep study performed by Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Nightingale was shown to significantly reduce sleep onset latency (the time it takes to transition from full wakefulness to sleep). Nightingale helped participants fall asleep 38% faster as compared to when they tried to fall asleep without Nightingale. The outcome of sleeping with Nightingale was comparable to taking an above average dose of prescription sleep medication.
Trusted by leading hotel brands such as the Westin, Hilton, Marriot, W, Hyatt and IHG, Nightingale is conveniently controlled via a web portal, managenightingale.com. This gives hotel front desk control so they can adjust Nightingale to hotel room acoustics and architecture, or to customer preferences.
Nightingale was created by the acoustic experts and audio engineers at Cambridge Sound Management, the industry leader in commercial sound masking. The system is designed to mask common disruptive indoor and outdoor noises, resulting in a better night’s sleep. Nightingale uses proprietary sound curves to blanket a hotel room in soothing ambient sound, called sound blankets, optimized for the room’s acoustics.
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