From The Doubletree Inn, to The Peninsula, to The Hilton, a good hotel mattress has one thing in common: luxury. While each hotel has its own take on what that means in terms of the sleeping experience, they know that a good night’s sleep is invaluable when you’re traveling. A five star hotel will always bring it to the next level when it comes to hotel mattresses because they understand this is exactly what travelers look for (and will remember when shopping for a hotel the next time.)
From top to bottom those places are trying to make sleep a five star experience. They don’t skimp when it comes to luxury mattresses because they know that their customers expect the best. So what kind of luxury mattresses do the best hotels in the world use? That’s exactly what we wanted to know, so we did some deep diving and found out which hotel mattresses the big hotels use to satiate their weary travelers. Here’s what we found (and how you can get your hands on one too).
Hilton Has a New Take on the Old Box Spring
The Hilton has a luxury mattress so well known that it has its own name and website. The Serenity Bed was designed for Hilton to provide a “restful slumber” for any of their VIP guests and sleepers. The added coil support and internal design prevents mattress breakdown, an important feature when it’s being used every night by different guests, and the patented quilted design improves circulation and reduces restlessness according to the Hilton website.
Doubletree Offers a Flame Resistant Luxury Hotel Mattress
DoubleTree (which is technically still owned by Hilton) has another signature bed that it has designed specifically for its hotels. The DoubleTree offers the “Sweet Dreams Bed”, which was specially designed and constructed with a movement-reducing foundation, so that customers wouldn’t have to worry about slipping around during night, as well as a supreme quality top. Doubletree also decided to make the mattress flame resistant, an important factor when you’re dealing with the occasional forgetful or clumsy hotel guest.
The Fairmont Uses a Custom Memory Foam Hotel Mattress
Fairmont is a classic name in the hotel world, but fairly new to the hotel mattress game. After a complete redesign of their beds in 2016, they decided to go with a five star mattress that includes therapeutic core support, memory foam, cooling technology, and a plush pillow top for their standard bed. This isn’t the only option at Fairmont, their hotel mattresses for their luxury suites introduces the Fairmont Gold Bed. This hotel mattress features all the amenities listed above, plus an inner-spring mattress and a plush pillow top. Now Fairmont guests can relax in style and comfort with hotel mattresses that combine old-world luxury with cutting-edge bed technology.
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The Four Seasons Hotel Mattress Allows Guests to Choose Firmness Rating
The Four Seasons has long been synonymous with a lavish hotel experience, and their hotel mattresses are no exception. The Four Seasons’ mattress offers three levels of firmness and temperature regulation technology to lull travelers to sleep after a long day out and about. This luxury hotel mattress comes equipped with pocketed coil motion separation and Geltouch Foam to make sure that visitors leave feeling refreshed and supported. Gone are the sleepless nights, staring at the ceiling, wishing you could fall asleep in a hotel, this five star mattress makes sure that even the most finicky sleeper gets a good night’s rest.
The Peninsula’s Hotel Mattress Brings the Comfort of Home Abroad
The Peninsula’s hotels are located in romantic, far-flung locales like Hong Kong and New York and are known for their posh, elegant design. This definitely extends to their hotel mattresses, which are custom made for each hotel, depending on the location. That’s right, each hotel has a slightly different bedding experience. If you’re looking for the best hotel mattress in all of The Peninsula’s hotel chain, you’d be hard pressed to find one better than the ones at The Peninsula Beverly Hills. These hotel mattresses are made with three layers of plush fabric quilting on top, which features an Evernu replaceable mattress top. These hotel beds also feature monogrammed pillowcases and 300-count linens, which add the perfect touch of elegance to the traveling lifestyle. If you really want to be sure of which is the best hotel mattress in The Peninsula’s selection, you’re going to have to travel to all of their hotels and snooze on them for yourself. Sounds like a challenge anyone would love to be a part of!
Marriott Offers Guests Two Types of Luxury Hotel Mattress
The Marriott hotel chain calls its bed (very creatively) the Marriott Bed. Guests typically like this bed because the memory foam they use doesn’t leave you with a “sinking” feeling that some other hotel mattresses sometimes exhibit, especially when using a traditional spring mattress. This gets rid of the awkward situation of sinking into your partner as they sleep next to you. Sometimes a little space is nice. If you prefer an even firmer mattress, Marriott also offers a second luxury mattress called the Innerspring, a traditional spring mattress, but which is specifically designed with a harder mattress sleeper in mind.
Our Luxury Hotel Mattress Combines Spring and Memory Foam for a Perfect Sleep
Hotels have to be up on their mattress game, finding new and exciting developments in the luxury mattress world before anyone else does. As a discerning consumer, it’s your job to find this type of comfort too. In that regard, we have a mattress that is hits on all of these fronts — with the luxury of a hotel mattress at a fraction of the price.
Our luxury mattress offers a hybrid of memory foam, mini-coil, and a cashmere topper to create the ultimate sleep experience. It utilizes the best of both worlds by creating a mattress that is supportive and comfortable but also never overheats. It is cutting-edge bed tech that has people sitting up and taking notice of the new kid on the block in the luxury mattress game.
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