Travelodge Trials Full-Body PJs

5th February 2008 (Last Updated February 5th, 2008 10:04)

Following a survey of adult sleep patterns, UK hotel chain Travelodge is trialling guest pyjamas purported to aid sleep. Travelodge says a survey of 3,000 adults showed a quarter of people's sleep is disrupted by itchy bedclothes, with two thirds disturbed by temperature fluctuations.

Following a survey of adult sleep patterns, UK hotel chain Travelodge is trialling guest pyjamas purported to aid sleep.

Travelodge says a survey of 3,000 adults showed a quarter of people’s sleep is disrupted by itchy bedclothes, with two thirds disturbed by temperature fluctuations.

The full-body sleep suits are made from DermaSilk – a natural, knitted silk – which allows the skin to breathe, regulate body temperature and maintain its moisture balance, Travelodge says.

The outfit consists of leggings, a long-sleeved tee-shirt, gloves, socks and a facial mask.

Five hotels are taking part in the trial, giving the sleep suits to guests free of charge.

By Elizabeth Clifford-Marsh