Does the air conditioning cycle on and off? I'm a light sleeper (which is a pain in the butt and Ambien has stopped working) and can be woken up by a/c cycling on and off. I'm in the Garland Hotel right now, and it kept me up last night. Also, I need a cool room,to,sleep on. Any comments about noise and a/c is appreciated.
I don't recall being woken up by the A/C at this hotel. I do recall that there was a control in the room. You might let the front desk know you need a "quiet" room. The desk staff was accommodating and friendly.
I'm also a light sleeper and do not recall having any problems with the a/c in the room waking me. (I'm also inclined to wake up if it turns on and off a lot.) I definitely recommend running a white noise machine if you can, just to cover any ambient noise.
Each room has it's own individual air conditioner that does cycle. But you can turn it off or raise the temperature to a higher level. I've been in hotels that have central air and the damn air blowing through actually whistled. You won't have that problem at the Marriott-Burbank.
Considering the fact that I am plagued with hot flashes all day and all night, if there had been ANY issues with the A/C, it would have been a nightmare for me. I would have to say that it is NOT an issue. I would not have been able to give it a positive review if it was.
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