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image1Ask the Hotel for a Humidifier
I’m at the in Snowmass, Colorado, where the air is thinner and drier than I’m used to (Snowmass is 8,000 feet above sea level). The host hotel, , has humidifiers in each guest room closet, but if your hotel doesn’t have one and you’re sleeping at a high altitude, just ask for one. Most hotels offer them, and a humidifier will make a huge difference since the added moisture makes it much easier to breathe and sleep. And don’t forget to drink lots of water if you’re traveling at a high altitude!

 

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3 Comments On "Travel Tip of the Day: Ask the Hotel for a Humidifier"
  1. Joe B.|

    How do you know that the unit has been recently sanitized? When dirty, or when routine maintenance has been ignored, humidifiers can contribute to an overall *decrease* in air quality.

  2. susan|

    Since I live at altitude in CO (5000 ft. ), I never would think of this. I’m just laughing thinking about how much trouble I had trying to get a fan in France in 2003 in a record setting heat wave. My French vocabulary improved a bit with all those attempts!

  3. Barbara|

    Never thought about this until now, but it’s actually so important! Great post, really interesting read <3

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