This isn't going to answer your question about type of tent, but I will tell what worked for me.
As my profile name suggests, I don't often do overnights, but on Aconcagua I spent 12 consecutive nights. There, I uses an MP3 player with earbuds and had music playing all night, every night. On normal nights, I just had the music loud enough to block out the sound of others snoring in nearby tents.
We had one really windy night at high camp, and the winds were 30-35 mph all night, with probably higher gusts. The tents were secured, but the walls were flapping all to hell, and I even got some cool video of it with the haunting sound of the wind. My partners in their tent didn't sleep much all night, I think. But I just turned up the music to full volume, and that blocked out the noise of the flapping tent. So even though I don't normally sleep to loud music, it was much better than the nerve-wracking sound of the constant wind on the tent.
So, while my buddies didn't sleep much at all, I got just as much (just as little) sleep that night as I did every other night at 18300 feet and 0 degrees F.
My partners and I both had the same type of tent: (single-walled) Mountain Hardwear EV2.