“A humidifier in every room” is a marketing line some Las Vegas hotel will eventually figure out to appeal to sleepless road warriors and repeat visitors. Vegas is dry enough without the hotels, particularly the massive casinos, keeping the rooms bone dry. I realize hotels do this to prevent mildew and such, though this is hardly a high-risk area. I, like many visitors, have trouble sleeping through the night here, even when I don’t have Johnny Deep peering at me in the dark.
With the CES crowds the competition for humidifiers is fierce, the hotels all have them, but do nothing to advertise them. It took me two days of repeated calling before claiming one that freed up.
When booking a room in Vegas it can’t hurt to put a request for a humidifier in, and then to call day of arrival, ask at check-in, etc.
Oh yeah, that feels good.