In addition to soundproofing the walls with foam, the Crowne Plaza is also trialling a sound-absorbing headboard and an anti-snoring pillow.
The pillow supposedly uses magnetic fields which open the airways and stiffen the palate in the roof of the mouth during sleep.
The room includes a bed wedge to prevent people sleeping on their backs, which often contributes to loud snoring.
A hotel spokesman said: "We've all been there - lying wide awake at three o'clock in the morning, burying our head under a pillow to drown out our partner's snoring.
"There's nothing worse than being kept up all night, and that's why we've designed this specific snore absorption room to help give our guests a great night's sleep."
The anti-snoring rooms are being trialled this week at hotels in London, Paris, Madrid and several other European cities.
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