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Do hotel thermostats with motion sensors have you waking up in a sweat?
Do hotel thermostats with motion sensors have you waking up in a sweat?

Question: In the last few years, my husband and I have become frustrated with hotel thermostats. It seems that in an effort to "go green," some hotels have installed motion-sensor thermostats. This makes sense during the day when we are out, but it poses a problem at night. In the warmer months, we often wake up in a sweat and notice that the thermostat reads several degrees above the set temperature. What is going on? Is there anything that can be done? Tara Silva Calabasas Answer: It is not often, in searching for answers, that one can use the words "Mylar balloon" and "complain" as possible solutions. We'll get to that shortly. Meanwhile, Silva...

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