The Benjamin
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According to the NATIONAL SLEEP FOUNDATION, nearly two-thirds of adults say they don’t meet their sleep needs consistently throughout the week. Couple that with jet lag or a stressful schedule on the road, and getting quality sleep while traveling can be as foreign a concept as the country in which you’re lying awake. Although hotels have always been in the business of sleep, more and more are embracing their role in the overall travel experience. As such, they are enhancing your chance of a good night’s slumber by offering so much more than mere turndown service. These options are sure to induce sweeter dreams for even the most restless guests.

HÔTEL FOUQUET’S BARRIÈRE, Paris
The Zs: A “spabulous” package with an 80-minute spa treatment, Cinq Mondes Eau Egyptienne pillow spray and a pillow menu with three categories.
From $1,467
www.lucienbarriere.com

SOLAGE CALISTOGA; Napa Valley, Calif.
The Zs: Private after-hours “starlight” spa usage and a signature Mudslide treatment that features the zero-gravity, NASA-researched SO SoundChair.
From $470
www.solagecalistoga.com


PARK HYATT BEAVER CREEK RESORT & SPA; Avon, Colo.
The Zs: Slumber massages at Allegria Spa, a Sound Sleep TV channel, in-room slumber kits and sleep elixirs/bedtime snacks.
From $199 per night
www.beavercreek.hyatt.com


THE BENJAMIN, New York
The Zs: A Sleep Concierge, a 12-choice pillow menu, sleep-inducing­ massages at Federico Hair & Spa, bedtime snacks, a work-down call to remind busy executives it’s time for bed and a money-back sleep guarantee.
From $299
www.thebenjamin.com