Transcript for Hotels Offer Pillow Menus to Give Guests a Good Night's Sleep
Right about this hour I bet you can't put a price on a good night's sleep. The hottest hotels are now offering pillow menus full of the best paraphernalia to help you get the most luxurious shut-eye. ABC's Rebecca Jarvis just might be an instant convert. This one's nice and fluffy. Reporter: It's a truth every road warrior knows all too well -- those hotel pillows can keep you up at night. Enter pill hoe mow menus. The latest offering at high-end hotels. Something for every style of sleeper. So many options, enough to make your tired head spin. It's almost overwhelming how many options there are. Reporter: Rebecca robins is the sleep expert at the Benjamin hotel in Manhattan. She makes sure every suite is designed with rest in mind and every guest gets a perfectly matched pillow. Is that a pillow that plays music? It is. You can hook your iPhone in. The key is to turn it into airplane mode so you're not getting e-mails and text messages. Reporter: A water-filled pillow, one called the cloud stuffed with over 10 million beads, and a sleep kit specifically for kids. Got a noisy bedmate? Well, there's even a pillow for that. For people who snore. This will keep a snorer on their side. A snorer sometimes if you're sleeping on your back, it opens the airway and causes you to snore more. What would you call this pillow? The snore no more pillow. This is the one you call down stairs and ask your partner for. Reporter: The Benjamin isn't alone in upping its sleep game. Major chains like Hilton and holiday inn also now offering their own pillow menus at select locations. I'm ready to try all of them. Reporter: As for me, I could fall asleep on a rock most of the time. But this pillow at the Benjamin seems to be the perfect fit. Lovely. This feels perfect. Reporter: If you're in bed already, take another look at that pillow. It might just be the thing that's keeping you up. It's really important everybody goes to sleep right after "Nightline." Reporter: For "Nightline," I'm Rebecca Jarvis. Boom! Reporter: Sweet dreaming in New York. Good night!
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