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Sleep Inn Introduces Collaboration with Relax Melodies

Relax Melodies app

ROCKVILLE, Md. — Choice Hotels International, Inc.’s Sleep Inn brand has partnered with Relax Melodies — a highly rated sleep and relaxation app — to help deliver a better night’s rest to guests.

Sleep Inn is now offering complimentary, ad-free access to the premium version of the Relax Melodies app to all guests for the duration of their stays. Access has also been extended to all Choice Hotels corporate employees as a convenient stress-management and wellness tool.

Relax Melodies by Ipnos helps more than three-million monthly active users achieve better rest by combining gentle sounds, sleep meditations and bedtime stories specifically designed for a better night’s sleep. As part of the collaboration, Relax Melodies has also developed an exclusive content series for Sleep Inn, which will include three Sleep Inn-branded sound mixes, a meditation and a bedtime story. Guests can access this content, or even create their own personalized sound mixes, at any Sleep Inn hotel in the U.S. and Canada.

The new offering complements Sleep Inn’s commitment to facilitating better rest through catering to each of the five senses, leveraging soothing colours, nature-inspired design elements and modern furnishings.

“Getting a good night’s rest is so important to overall well-being and, naturally, guests consider it one of the most important factors in selecting a hotel,” says Megan Brumagim, vice-president, Brand Management, Design and Compliance, Choice Hotels. “Sleep Inn is committed to ensuring guests enjoy a restful experience, which has become even more important today as they seek tranquil environments and peace of mind when returning to travel. We’re thrilled to collaborate with Relax Melodies to bring guests a personalized sleep experience that helps them ‘Dream Better Here.’”

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