If you’re staying in a hotel, B&B or rental that doesn’t have air conditioning, and you need a good night’s sleep, you need to check out the . The US Tour de France team used ChiliPads while in the Pyrenees, and doing so helped them get an imperative good night’s sleep each night. They aren’t cheap—prices range from $449 for a single to $1,099 for a king—so depending on the length of your stay, you might rather splurge for a place that does have air conditioning or buy a unit yourself. At the very least, it’s good to know that there’s an alternative to bringing your own A/C unit.
The ChiliPad is easy to use. You just lay your unit out on the bed, fill the machine up with water and plug it in. .
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