Don’t go to the Travelodge if you intend to be noisy, as the budget chain has employed dedicated ‘Wardens’ to patrol its UK hotels in a bid to help guests get a good night’s sleep.
Specially-trained staff are to work work from 8pm throughout the night patrolling the hotel corridors and public areas in order to minimise any unwelcome noise that may disturb their guests’ sleep.
After issuing a warning, Sleep Wardens have the power to ask noisy customers to leave the hotel immediately.
Leigh McCarron, Travelodge Sleep Director, said: “We know that noise is a major influence on the quality of a night’s sleep. In response to this, our new Sleep Wardens are the very first guardians of a good night’s sleep. Their special mission is to monitor noise levels and ensure our guests can sleep easy.”