Travelers spend more than half of their time in a hotel room in the bed, and with that in mind, many hotel chains have upped their respective game in the mattress department. From fluffy pillow toppers to Sleep Numbers to gel foams, hotel chains around the world are rolling out their most luxurious mattresses to entice travelers into choosing them for (an extremely comfortable) night’s stay.
1. St. Regis
Like all Starwood properties, the features Simmons brand mattresses, but in this case, it’s an ultra-luxurious BeautyRest Black, designed specially for the hotels. Featuring Simmons’ AirCool design which enhances airflow through the mattress all the way to the edge, this is where the mattress shines — literally. The BeautyRest Black is equipped with a top layer of micro diamond memory foam. The diamonds work to conduct heat away from the body to prevent overheating-and pocketed coil technology, ensuring strong back support while minimizing motion transfer throughout the mattress. The mattress is finished with modal yarns and cashmere quilting. If you find yourself wishing you could stay just one more night, the mattresses are from the St. Regis boutique. A standard queen model will set you back $3,495.
2. Four Seasons
Over at the Four Seasons, your bed can be fully customized to your desired level of firmness, with either the Signature, Signature Plush, or Signature Firm mattress toppers, which are also easily removable should you change your mind. The Four Seasons Bed also includes a GelTouch foam center for heat absorption as well as pocketed coil separation for minimizing motion transfer between you and your partner. The Four Seasons Bed is available exclusively from the Four Seasons.
Exclusively designed for The Ritz-Carlton by Stearns & Foster, the Ritz-Carlton bed features special foam and coil technology that will keep you cooler at night, while still remaining soft and inviting. Their custom-designed mattress features a plush-top construction for a dreamy top surface; edges encased with reinforced foam for comfortable sitting and maximum room to spread out; and an advanced cooling design for ideal temperature control.
For those couples with different sleeping preferences, the may be a great fit, with Sleep Number beds in many rooms. The Sleep Number beds allow you and your partner to both customize a desired level of firmness, allowing you both to get a good night sleep while traveling.
5. W Hotel
The boasts both plush top and pillow top beds in their rooms, depending on the level support you require. In addition to a fantastic night’s sleep, the beds also come equipped with cashmere throws and down-filled pillows to add to the luxe experience.
collaborated with Serta to create a bed that gives you the perfect night’s sleep, or, as they call it “The Hilton Bed Goodnight.” Hilton’s mattress and box spring is designed with extra coil support and features a unique proprietary internal design that prevents edge breakdown. The patented quilt design and plush top mattress actually helps improve circulation and reduces night time restlessness which is always a huge bonus when traveling.
As the number of hotels upping their bedtime game continues, it may be easier than ever to pick a hotel solely based on the actual night’s sleep you’ll get there. Gone are the days of nightmare rock-hard beds with zero support. Sweet dreams!
Although these hotels have super comfy mattresses for you to sleep soundly on your stay, don’t forget about your own mattress at home. They say one spends 1/3 of their life on their mattress, so shop the best of the best with Nectar.
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