For some travelers, it’s all about “fly and flop.” When they (finally) make it to the hotel, they want a warm welcome, a pleasant room, and—above all—sleep.

And what do travelers identify as the thing that most disrupts their sleep? People talking in hallways. Neighbors watching television next door. Ice machines. Elevators. Construction. Parties. In short… Noise.

Some hotels offer pillows, bedtime snacks, earplugs, and even essential oils. But the only way to truly control noise and offer your guests the restful sleep they crave is in-room noise control with a sound masking system. Sound masking provides a soothing background sound that masks disturbances, increases speech privacy, shortens the time it takes to fall asleep, and reduces sleep disruptions.

The end result is a high standard of comfort—and a satisfied customer.



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To learn more, download our two-page introduction to “Sound Masking for Hotels.”

Hotels Case Study

Springhill Suites by Marriott
Roseville, California

Marriott International has more than 4,000 properties in over 80 countries around the world. At one particular property near Sacramento, however, management was concerned about freeway noise.

A trial of the LogiSon® Acoustic Network saw a single loudspeaker installed in 15 rooms across one wing. In-room volume control allowed guests to set the sound masking level to their liking.

Guest feedback was overwhelmingly positive. Even better, the addition of sound masking helped the hotel secure a contract with an airline client, because they were able to promise that pilots would get a good night’s sleep.

Partial client list

  • The Fairmont Royal York
  • Hilton Hotels & Resorts
  • Springhill Suites by Marriott
  • The Ritz Carlton Hotels
  • Tribeca Grand Hotel