Ever gone on vacation and realized you slept better in your great hotel bed than in your own home? What’s up with that? Many places commission specially designed beds just for their guestrooms, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get your hands on them, most of these products are readily available for customers to buy.
This convenient guide will walk you through the various models available at different locations, along with any accessories they may offer. We will break down the features, construction, and prices of these items. Keep reading to learn how you recreate your favorite hotel stay in your own master bedroom.
13 Top Hotel Mattresses (That You Can Buy!)
Four Seasons ensures that any type of sleeper will receive the comfort level of their dreams. The hotel’s mattress is equipped with a standard medium topper that rests on a Patented GelTouch Foam Center to reduce overheating. A pocketed coil system is utilized to offer compression and absorb motion. Customers can request a plusher or firmer topper if that is what they prefer.
Shoppers can experience their favorite hotel comfort in their home by purchasing a mattress directly from Four Seasons. Sets including Twin through King-sized mattresses, choice of topper, and a box set are available between $2,199-$2,999. The mattress can also be purchased on its own between $1,649-$2,249, or people can order just a topper ($210-$300) to add to their current bed.
If you find yourself loving the bed in your Ritz-Carlton mattress and wondering where you can find that level of comfort all year long, no further than the hotel’s own website. Manufactured by Stearns & Foster exclusively for Ritz-Carlton, this mattress features gel-infused foam and pocketed coils to prevent overheating. To further enhance the cooling effect this mattress utilizes a breathable silk and wool cover, along with brass air vents.
The mattress is available at Twin through Cali King sizes for $2,295-$2,995. Customers can also add a box spring or metal bed frame to their order, which brings the price to $2,695-$3,495.
Fairmont features not one, but two, exclusive mattress designs created by Sealy. The Sealy Posturepedic boasts the proprietary StayTrue® Quilt Top, SuperSoft SealyFoam®, and CoreSupport Center™ to promote pressure relief and motion control. The Sealy Stearns & Foster mattress contains FlameGuard® Fiber inside the pillow top and gel is infused in the upper foam layer to prevent overheating.
The Posturepedic model can be purchased with your choice of a 5.5, 7, or 9-inch box spring for $1,700-$2,600. The Stearns & Foster option is available for $2,200-$3,200. California King and Split Queen options are also available for purchase.
There are two comfortable beds provided by W Hotel. Both models feature pocketed coils to reduce motion control and reinforced edges, making them great options for co-sleepers who want to spread out and reduce sleep disruptions from their partners’ restless movements. The Euro Top bed is described as a somewhat firmer feel, while Pillow Top version should feel a little plusher.
Queen, King, and Cali King sizes for both models are for sale between $1,599-$1,989. Standard or low profile box springs can be added to your order for a total of $1,920-$2,120.
Sleep among the clouds in the most “heavenly” bed on the market. Simmons manufactures Westin’s exclusive Heavenly® Bed using a plush pillow top and individually pocketed coils. Reinforced edges add a sense of stability across the entire surface of this bed.
The company sells its proprietary models in Twin through Cali King sizes for $995-$1,895. Box springs in low profile or standard versions can be included with the order for $1,395-$2,395. Bed frames can be added to the purchase to create an entire set-up, bedding sets are available through the website, as well.
The Peninsula’s Simmons Hospitality Beautyrest™ Chadfield™ Plush bed is designed to feel soft yet supportive. The Pocketed Coil Technology® offers enhanced motion control and personalized compression. The Peninsula promises a luxurious experience when you sleep on their exclusive mattress … which you can bring home with you!
This product offers Twin-California King models between $1,149-$1,559. Bunkie boards, low profile, standard, and medium height foundations can be added to the order for $1,249-$1,699. An Extra Long Twin is sold at $1,199.
Sofitel claims the French put an emphasis on sumptuous, luxurious royal bedrooms decked out with the most decadent sleep products of the time. This led the hotel to focus on the same thing in their guestrooms. A lush, soft topper rests on a medium-firm mattress designed to distribute weight evenly, reduce motion transfer, and enhance edge support.
The Sofitel bed is available in Queen, King, or Cali King models for $1,899-$1,999. A standard box spring can be added to the order for $2,295-$2,395. A metal bed frame is also available for $125.
Marriott features both an all-foam and an innerspring version, so shoppers can choose the construction they like best. The company’s foam model utilizes a unique high-density, soy-based foam at a medium to firm comfort level with a quilted Damask cover to promote cooling. The innerspring promises solid edge support and a durable feel.
The both beds’ Queen-Cali King models sell for $1,950-$2,150 and a Split Queen version is available for either item. Low profile and standard box springs are optional, as is a metal bed frame. The company also provides exclusive pillows and bedding sets so their hotel experience can be recreated at home.
Hilton offers a comforting and supportive mattress that features a plush, quilted topper, reinforced edge support, and a design intended to reduce motion control and promote airflow. Shoppers can completely recreate their hotel experience by purchasing the company’s exclusive Cotton Stripe or Hotel Stripe bedding sets which come complete with mattress pads, pillows, comforters, and more.
The mattress currently retails in Full-Cali King sizes for $1,495-$1,795, adding a box spring brings these prices to $1,695-$1,995. The box springs can be applied to any order, including the bedding bundles, and a metal bed frame can be added for $125. The Cotton Stripe set is available in a Queen or King size for $3,046-$3,366 and the Full-King sized Hotel Stripe set runs $2,698-$3,246.
DoubleTree by Hilton
Multiple hotel chains means multiple sleep products … and this one can be enjoyed in your home, too! Hilton’s DoubleTree resorts offer their proprietary Sweet Dreams® bed that is designed to feel plush initially, with deeper support being provided by the innerspring system. The brand promises reduced motion transfer through the use of individually pocketed coils.
This model is offered in Twin-Cali King sizes between $1,195-$1,795 or $1,395-$1,995 with a box spring added. The Hotel Stripe and Cotton Stripe bedding sets can be bought alongside this mattress. Shoppers may add a metal bed frame to their order for $125.
Hyatt recently upgraded from the Grand Bed to the Grand Bed II in 2016. Manufactured by Sealy, the beds are meant to offer enhanced lumbar support and motion control, they feature a Euro top that should feel plush and inviting.
Hyatt’s Grand Bed collection is no longer available for sale, having stopped the retail process in September of 2016. Some customers of the hotel describe the mattress as very similar to the Sealy Posturepedic technology, which is now featured inside most items in any Sealy product line. Buyers can choose between innerspring, memory foam, or hybrid products that feature the Posturepedic system.
Sheraton’s exclusive bed features reinforced edges for edge-to-edge stability and individually pocketed coils that are meant to reduce motion transfer, making this a great option for couples. The plush pillow top should feel soft and offer pressure relief. Customers can purchase the bed alone, or include box springs, a metal bed frame, or the Signature or Deluxe bedding sets.
The mattress alone runs $995-$1,795 for Twin-Cali King sizes. Adding a box spring brings the price range to $1,395-$2,295 and the metal bed frame is sold at $125. The Signature bedding set is offered for Queen or King beds at $2,826-$$3,301 and the Deluxe set runs $2,916-$3,391, box springs and metal bed frames can also be included with the mattress and bedding sets.
There are many different versions of the Radisson hotel, from Radisson Red to Radisson Blu. That also means there are several different varieties of mattress available across these locations, however, the company is most known for its partnership with Sleep Number. The brand offers its classic series, which allows for personalized comfort settings, along with the pressure relief enhancing Performance series and their temperature-regulating Innovation series.
Sleep Number’s beds range in price from $599 for a standard Classic Twin to $5,799 for the Innovation temperature-regulating California King. Bedding and pillows are also available through the Sleep Number online store.
Looking for a Hotel Quality Mattress at an Affordable Price?
That classic hotel sleep experience doesn’t need to come with exorbitant hotel prices running you hundreds of dollars for one night’s rest. Many of these companies are offering their exclusive products at similar prices to most bed-in-a-box brands, making them competitive options for shoppers seeking a new bed.
In this list, The Peninsula is the least expensive option with the Cali King reaching $1,559 or $1,699 with the box spring included. This is followed closely by the Hilton, DoubleTree, and Sheraton options, which generally a couple hundred more dollars than The Peninsula. To capture that hotel experience while saving even more money, shoppers can simply purchase a topper, pillows, or bedding set.
Looking for Luxury?
Of course, it only makes sense that if you are interested in buying a hotel bed, you want the full luxurious sleep experience. The Ritz-Carlton item features soothing cooling gels infused into the foams, along with a posh silk cover intended to enhance temperature regulation along with the layer of wool inside the cover. The Marriott offers a quilted Damask cover designed to feel silky, cool, and smooth.
Most of these companies offer comforters, pillows, toppers, and sheet sets to allow consumers to completely recreate their favorite hotel stay. In many of these cases, the bedding sets can be bought alongside the mattress for an instant bedroom makeover.
Frequently Asked Questions
What mattress brands do hotels use?
This will obviously vary from place to place and it is not unusual for many companies to feature exclusive products designed specifically for their establishments. However, some popular mattress companies create these products for these establishments, including Sleep Number and Sealy, and may sell these or similar items on their own websites.
How do hotels make their beds so comfortable?
Most of these products are designed specifically for these companies with comfort in mind. Pillow tops and even weight distribution are popular choices for these sorts of items. Many establishments credit their entire bedding system for creating their signature feels, using toppers, pillows, and sheets to enhance how their mattresses perform.
Not everyone can afford an extended stay, especially at a higher end, more expensive location. But that doesn’t mean they won’t be able to sleep like they are forever on vacation. Many hotel companies offer their products for consumers to purchase and others may be recreated through the use of similar items.
Now you know all the ways you can experience a comfortable resort experience every single night. Go all in and pick up your favorite mattress, box spring, bed frame, and bedding. Or keep things simple and order a pillow or two, the choice is completely up to you.
Author: Sleep Advisor
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