Radisson Blu Sligo becomes the first Irish hotel to introduce a sensory bedroom
This is brilliant.
Parents whose children deal with sensory conditions often find it difficult to stay at certain hotels and venues due to bright lights and noises.
Issues like these can make it difficult for families to travel.
If your child has sensory sensitivity then the new sensory room at the Radisson Blu Sligo is something that you need to hear more about.
Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Sligo is proud to be the first Irish hotel to offer the sensory bedroom as an option to guests staying in this recently refurbished and award-winning property.
Specially designed to help individuals explore, develop and engage their senses in a safe environment, the sensory bedroom provides a calm environment in which families with children with additional needs can relax.
To be honest I think most children would prefer if more hotel rooms were a little like this as I know my own children find it hard to wind down under the harsh white lights and noises from most hotel rooms.
The sensory bedroom has a mobile sensory trolley, complete with a colour command interactive panel and waterless rainbow tube, allowing children to navigate through a spectrum of colours and patterns, and a range of massage rollers, ear defenders and puppets to enjoy during their stay.
Visual media also feature in the sensory bedroom, including an Aura Projector, which will delight little ones by projecting a series of tropical fish and bird imagery, while fibrotic lights allow guests to enjoy the beauty of a starry night from the comfort of their bedroom.
Featuring colourful bean bags, bed linen and lava lamps, the sensory bedroom at Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Sligo is the perfect option for families and children with additional needs looking to take a relaxing break away.
For more information on the sensory bedroom or to book, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call+353 (0)71 9140008.