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October 12, 2018
They call New York “The City That Never Sleeps,” but is that really true?
Traveling is a great way to get to know the United States, but what if you won’t be able to get a good night’s rest once you reach your destination?
The good news is that most hotels do a pretty solid job of creating good conditions for sleep. That includes sound-proofing, and having comfortable beds and light-blocking curtains to keep out the sun — and the neon glare of the big city.
Still, some urban centers are better than others when it comes to getting your 40 winks. Here’s your guide to the best and worst places in America to drift off.
Need to get away? Try these cities for a vacation that’s designed to let you rest, relax and snooze your way to happiness.
If getting your full eight hours of sleep is a priority even on vacation, you’ll want to avoid these destinations.
And what about New York? It’s a loud place that’s also part of a big corridor of light pollution on the East Coast that runs from Washington, DC to Boston, so it’s not exactly a haven for sleep-deprived folks looking for relief. In fact, no city will be as dark or quiet as the country, but you can still choose a spot that gets high marks on the sleep scale when you plan your next trip.