Sonesta teams up with Nightfood to offer sleep-friendly snacks across multiple hotel brands

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Eighth largest hotel company in the US launching Nightfood in Sonesta Select, Sonesta ES Suites and Sonesta Simply Suites managed properties.

TARRYTOWN, NY – Nightfood, the company pioneering the sleep-friendly nighttime snacking category, is announcing that Sonesta International Hotels Corporation (Sonesta) is the first hotel company to introduce sleep friendly Nightfood ice cream pints across multiple brands. Sonesta is launching Nightfood into approximately 160 managed Sonesta Select, Sonesta ES Suites, and Sonesta Simply Suites properties nationwide during Sleep Awareness Week.

Sonesta is the eighth largest hotel company in the United States, with approximately 1,200 properties totaling 100,000 guest rooms across 17 brands in eight countries. This launch is part of Sonesta’s ongoing corporate-level commitment to guest sleep and wellness.

“At Sonesta, we recognize sleep is the foundation of wellness and we’re excited to make Nightfood sleep-friendly ice cream pints available in lobby markets at select properties to satisfy our guests cravings for a sweet treat before bedtime that won’t disrupt their sleep,” said Elizabeth Harlow, Chief Marketing & Brand Officer, Sonesta. “We’re delighted to provide our guests the option to choose a Nightfood sleep-friendly snack that contains less sugar than traditional ice cream while formulated to support better sleep across Sonesta Select, Sonesta ES Suites and Sonesta Simply Suites managed properties nationwide.”

“High-sugar and high-fat snacks before bed, in addition to being generally unhealthy, can impair sleep quality. With Nightfood, Sonesta is offering better choices when it comes to the most popular nighttime snack options. I commend Sonesta for adding sleep-friendly snacks and enhancing guest satisfaction by safeguarding the quality of their sleep,” said Dr. Michael Grandner, Director of the Sleep and Health Research Program and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Psychology, Medicine, and Nutritional Sciences at the University of Arizona, and Nightfood advisor.

“Wellness is a major focus of the hotel industry and today’s modern traveler. Nightfood is a great way for hotels to support guest wellness because nighttime is when cravings peak for calorie-dense foods and when people are most likely to succumb to unhealthy choices,” commented Sean Folkson, Nightfood’s CEO. “It’s exciting to see how enthusiastic the entire Sonesta team is to provide innovative options supporting their guests’ sleep wellness.”

The first phase of the roll-out across the three Sonesta managed brands features Nightfood ice cream pints in Cookies n’ Dreams and Midnight Chocolate flavors available for purchase in hotel lobby markets.

Nightfood recently launched sleep-friendly cookies, and has ice cream sandwiches, chips, and other snacks in the development pipeline. Sonesta will explore adding other Nightfood snacks nationally throughout 2023 and beyond to its market offerings.

Nightfood ice cream is not a drug or a dietary supplement. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or medical condition.

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