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The Benjamin Marks National Sleep Awareness Week With Introduction Of "The Sleep Retreat"
Date:2/12/2009

y need to catch up on lost sleep or struggle with insomnia, this package will help restore balance. The Benjamin has built a reputation for providing a luxurious haven in the heart of Manhattan and we stand by this reputation with a sleep guarantee that is unmatched in the industry."
   
The Benjamin's widely acclaimed Sleep Program introduces a range of services and amenities to promote a restful, rejuvenating night's sleep. In addition to the sleep guarantee, the hotel features a 12-choice pillow menu and The Benjamin Bed, a Serta® mattress created exclusively for The Benjamin, with specially engineered convoluted foam cushioning and layers of fibers quilted to the mattress for a luxurious surface feel. The custom-designed Benjamin Bed is covered with 100% Egyptian cotton 400-plus thread count sheets by Anichini and a down-filled comforter with a luxurious duvet cover. Aromatherapy bathroom amenities help guests relax and prepare for bed. In addition to the luxurious sleep amenities, The Benjamin's windows are double-glazed with argon gas between the panes to help keep rooms quiet and restful.

To ensure that guests receive a perfect night's sleep, the hotel employs a full-time Sleep Concierge who offers guests advice on pillow selection and other sleep-related issues. The Sleep Concierge can also arrange a relaxing massage at the hotel's Wellness Spa; order a signature bedtime snack of warm milk and cookies or other sleep-inducing room service choices; or arrange the loan of a bedside white noise machine that electronically drowns out any stray background noise.

National Sleep Awareness Week takes place March 1 - 8, 2009, and is a public education, information and awareness campaign coinciding with the return of Daylight Saving Time, the annual "springing forward" of clocks that can throw off the body's sleep routine.

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