Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa has launched new Sound Sleep Initiatives aimed at ensuring both guests and employees have a great night’s rest. The program, developed in partnership with The Sleep Ambassador®, Nancy H. Rothstein, encourages guests to play and live well by getting the quality and quantity of sleep they need for optimal health and well-being. The Sound Sleep Initiatives feature a series of tips, tools and programming for guests to utilize while vacationing in Beaver Creek, and when they return home.
The Sound Sleep Initiatives include elements that reflect the property’s commitment to provide guests with an environment and services that support a great night’s sleep including:
• A special Sound Sleep TV Channel featuring specially composed music by world-renowned brain entrainment and sleep expert, Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, which enhances the guest’s ability to receive restorative sleep.
• A signature Slumber Massage at the Allegria Spa that soothes body and mind, ending in a brief nap that allows spa-goers to absorb the full benefits of their treatment.
• Slumber Kits, including an eye mask, essential oil for sleep, earplugs and a sleep music CD.
• The addition of sleep-friendly food and beverage items to the 8100 Restaurant Bar & Grill and In-Room Dining menus that help induce sleep, including Sleep Elixirs and special desserts.
• Oxygen canisters and humidifiers to help guests adjust to the Rocky Mountain altitude
“The hotel industry is really in the business of sleep,” says Robert Purdy, General Manager of the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort & Spa. “At our hotel, we want to do everything we can to ensure our guests have a fantastic night’s sleep so they have the energy to explore and enjoy all the great outdoor activities Beaver Creek has to offer.”
According to the National Sleep Foundation, 60% of adults report sleep problems a few nights a week or more and a recent Harvard Medical School study found that 1 in 4 U.S. workers has insomnia, costing U.S. employers $63 billion in lost productivity each year.
As part of the Sound Sleep Initiatives, Park Hyatt Beaver Creek and Nancy Rothstein have provided more than 150 associates with training on the importance of sleep to help with their personal health, productivity and well-being, and to familiarize them with the Sound Sleep Initiatives for hotel guests. The goal is for employees to become "sleep savvy."
“I am honored to collaborate with the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa on these groundbreaking initiatives to improve the sleep of both guests and employees,” says Rothstein. “Everyone needs a good night’s sleep and I hope the work we are doing serves as a wake-up call to individuals and companies everywhere.”
Located in the heart of Beaver Creek with the mountain’s only true ski-in, ski-out access, Park Hyatt Beaver Creek’s enviable location is complimented by the resort’s gracious luxe accommodations and amenities.
ABOUT PARK HYATT BEAVER CREEK
Located in the heart of Beaver Creek, at the base of one of Colorado’s most celebrated mountain resorts, Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa provides guests unprecedented access to some of the best skiing and riding in the west. This 190-room resort offers true ski-in, ski-out access and is just steps away from the many shops, restaurants, cultural attractions and outdoor adventure activities that inspire guests to return to the property year after year. With warm, gracious accommodations, the chateau-style property includes many amenities including the 30,000 square foot Allegria Spa featuring 23 treatment rooms and complete with full-service fitness center, slope-side pool and hot tubs, three on-property dining experiences including 8100 Mountainside Bar & Grill and McCoy’s, a ski concierge and on-site ski rental shop. For more information, visit www.beavercreek.hyatt.com
ABOUT NANCY H. ROTHSTEIN, THE SLEEP AMBASSADOR®
As The Sleep Ambassador® (www.thesleepambassador.com), Nancy consults and lectures on Sleep Wellness to corporations, the travel industry, universities, schools, athletes, other organizations, and to individuals reflecting her dedication to educating and raising awareness about sleep and sleep disorders. With decades of experience in the financial and corporate sectors, Nancy brings an understanding of how sleep impacts corporate productivity and profitability. Nancy collaborates with recognized medical sleep experts and brings together outstanding resources in the field of sleep. She is the author of the ground-breaking children’s book, My Daddy Snores (Scholastic), which has sold more than 340,000 copies. As an Adjunct Faculty member at NYU, Nancy teaches an online sleep course, Sleep Well and Live Well: Six Weeks to Better Sleep. She serves on the board of the American Sleep Apnea Association.