Westin launches sleep sensor lending program

Westin Hotels and Resorts has launched the next stage of its wellbeing campaign with a sleep sensor loan program.


Westin Hotels and Resorts has launched the next stage of its wellbeing campaign with a sleep sensor loan program.

The Lark Up Sleep Monitor, Silent Alarm Clock and Personal Sleep Coach created by Lark Technologies is a wearable device that has been developed to help users achieve optimal sleep through sleep pattern tracking and virtual coaching.

Beginning this Tuesday and available through the month of November, guests at participating properties, including The Westin New York at Times Square, The Westin Singapore, The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi, The Westin Frankfurt, The Westin Cape Town, The Westin Sydney, The Westin Abu Dhabi and The Westin Palace Milan, are invited to try the Lark Up Sleep Monitor, Silent Alarm Clock and Personal Sleep Coach during their stay.

Global brand leader of Westin Hotels and Resorts Brian Povinelli said, “As the Heavenly Bed celebrates a monumental anniversary, it’s befitting that Westin is evolving its commitment to sleep by using technology to uncover the next discovery in sound slumber. Partnering with Lark Technologies will allow Westin guests to achieve their best sleep through a series of personalised coaching tips rooted in science. This is a milestone and a great example of knowledge being power when it comes to promoting a foundational aspect of well-being: sleep.”

Founder of Lark Technologies Julia Hu said, “Sleeping better, as a part of getting fitter and stressing less, has been a big focus of mine and the Lark Health Committee. Our world-class Health Committee has been working closely with our product team to design our product experiences, and we are now excited to be a part of the Westin Sleep Well campaign, so that guests have the opportunity to start the day off right, happier and healthier.”

The device is hooked up to an app the tracks micro-movements throughout the night and allows users to identify factors that are affecting their sleep. The app then graphs the user’s sleep patterns and allows them to receive expert explanations on what is causing disruption so they can improve their sleep.


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