From beauty to hospitality, artificial intelligence (AI) is elevating the way technology benefits consumer lifestyles. Now, AI may even change the way consumers think about sleep as mattress, hospitality, and new sleep tech brands are tapping into the potential health benefits it can provide overnight.
The Park Hyatt
Hotel in New York City debuted sleep suites with AI-powered beds at the end of January. Five Bryte Restorative Sleep Suites will include king-sized Restorative Beds by Bryte that use multisensory technology and a pressure release system to adjust to the body for every sleep stage, ensuring the ultimate restful night’s sleep. "We're proud to be able to provide a relaxing space that not only helps guests better their sleep but works to improve their overall health and wellbeing," Park Hyatt New York's vice president and general manager Peter Roth told Travel + Leisure.