Tired of lying awake in the middle of the night because the man in the hotel room next to yours is snoring like a freight train?
That won't happen at Leeds Crowne Plaza hotel in northern England. See, they've got a snore patrol:
Crowne Plaza is trialing the first "snore absorption" rooms at 10 hotels in Europe and the Middle East, whilst six branches in Britain have implemented "snore patrols" this month in a bid to combat noisy sleepers.
"Snore monitors" patrol corridors in the designated quiet zones of Crowne Plaza hotels in the cities of London, Leeds and Manchester. Their job is to listen out for offensive noises and knock on the door of guests who snore too loudly.