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How to Reduce Noise in a Hotel Room

Posted on February 19th, 2021 by Paul Hill

We like to think of Piccadilly Inn Airport as a relaxing home away from home for our guests. We provide a peaceful environment that lets you unwind and get a good night’s sleep while traveling. But frequent travelers all probably have a series of horror stories they can share about noise issues in other hotels. So if you like to travel, you should know how to reduce noise in a hotel room.

These four noise reduction tricks can help you get the rest you need when staying at a hotel.

  • Talk to the Front Desk

The front desk should know precisely where the quietest rooms in the hotel are located. Although they may not always be available, a friendly request to the front desk might be all it takes to get the peace and quiet you need. In the hotel business, it’s our job to make sure guests are comfortable. So we’re more than happy to accommodate any requests we can.

  • Noise Cancelling Headphones

Slipping on a pair of high quality noise cancelling headphones is the best way to reduce noise in a hotel room, or anywhere else for that matter. If you’re trying to get some work done at the hotel, throwing some quiet music on noise cancelling headphones can be even more effective than trying to soundproof a hotel room. 

If you plan to sleep with your headphones, in-ear models double as earplugs. Just be sure to find a pair that feels comfortable in your preferred sleeping position. And don’t worry, you’ll still be able to hear any alarms that may sound in the unlikely event of an emergency.

  • White Noise Machines

Light sleepers will tell you just how important it can be to actually have a little noise in the room while you sleep. White noise machines output a soft static that can be soothing as the gentle lap of ocean waves. If you don’t want to invest in a stand alone machine, grab a white noise app for your smartphone. Use your phone’s speaker to lull you to sleep or listen through headphones for even more noise protection.

  • Stay in an Airport Hotel

Airport hotels know that their guests are there to get some rest either before or after a long day of travel. And given their proximity to the airport and the clamor of jets flying overhead, many will outfit their rooms with sound absorbing or soundproofing materials. Even simple measures like laminate glass windows can block sound from disturbing your beauty rest.

In some hotels, guests are more interested in having a good time than getting some shut eye. While we all like to have some fun , sharing a wall with a raucous room can make it difficult to get the sleep you need. But with the four simple tricks above, you’ll be well equipped to reduce noise in hotels from now on.

And if looking for a hotel near Fresno airport, Piccadilly Inn Airport is the perfect place to get some well needed rest. Our onsite dining options are some of the best restaurants near Fresno airport. And our pool and spa make it easy to unwind after a long day of travel. Give us a call today to book your next stay!

 

 

 

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