What Kind of Mattresses Do Hotels Use
Discussing The Different Kinds of Mattresses Hotels Use
In the world of travel nothing beats a great night of sleep and that starts quite frankly with the hospitality industry which begs the question, what kind of mattresses do these hotels use? The answer might surprise you. There are many fine hotels that a weary traveler can choose to stay in. Nothing is ever quite like home and the hotel industry knows this, so they step up their game by offering clean stylish rooms with all of the amenities available including the most important of them all the mattress.
Can I buy the same mattresses found in hotels?
Yes many of the brand name mattresses used by hotels can be purchased through the hotel itself. This is usually a service offered by the hotel that gives guests access to the same mattresses and bedding that they enjoyed during their stay. A sample of just some of what can be purchased is found below on this page. Please feel free to add to our list and update it.
Are the mattresses used in hotels the same throughout the chain?
While beds like The Hampton Bed ® manufactured exclusively by Serta® for Hampton Inn Hotels and the Marriott Bed by Jamison can be found companywide, which is not always the case. Smaller brand hotels like Drury Inn, Drury Suites, Drury Plaza Hotel, and Pear Tree Inn by Drury are likely to use locally built mattresses such as Denver Mattress, Co., Campbell Mattress Co., Justice Mattresses, and others that typically cost less for consumers and may even offer better quality and comfort.
Hotel mattress quality is it the same as mattress and furniture stores
This is true except in the very high end hotels such as the Waldorf. The mattress industry is one that is known for some pretty shady marketing techniques one of which is private labeling. This is a practice that names basically identical mattresses with dissimilar label names. They also make changes in noticeable things like the fabric color, quilting pattern which rarely make little of any difference in the feel of the bed.
SEALY: If you pulled the covers back and found that you were sleeping on a Sealy Mattress and wanted to learn more about it contact the hotel where you stayed or http://www.sealyhospitality.com/
SIMMONS: Found a Simmons under the all that plush bedding. http://www.simmonshospitality.com/ or Simmons’ Bedding Concierge.com, to learn more about the Simmons®Beautyrest®mattress in their hotel homes or contact the front desk of your hotel for hotel guest purchase policy.
SERTA: Guests at the Hilton branded properties should find themselves resting on Serta Mattresses which can be purchased directly from the Hilton. The Hilton brands include the following: Hilton, Conrad Hampton Inn, Doubletree, Embassy Suites, Homewood Suites, and Waldorf. http://www.serta.com/hotel-bed-mattress-guest-purchase-program-to-buy-Serta-mattresses.html to by Serta® Hotel Mattresses.
There are thousands of fine hotels with great mattresses and not all of them are Hiltons or Drury’s and not all mattress brands are Serta’s or Sealy’s. Any well run hotel that cares about their guests will have a clean room with a quality mattress that isn’t worn and has been replaced regularly. All mattress brands want those hotel guests to go home and buy and sleep on their bed. Mattress builders design them to be supportive and comfy. So What Kind of Mattresses Do Hotels Use? The hotel industry bed wars are not just being fought by the big and small name hotels; they’re also being fought in retail mattress stores across the country. Hotel mattress makers use steel coils, foam, and padding and sometimes lots of it, but just because it says made exclusively for the X Hotel doesn’t mean you can’t find it or an equivalent in your local mattress retailer.
Small List of Examples. Please Add To Our Comments Below
Crowne Plaza- Serta Perfect Sleeper
Four Seasons- Custom Four Seasons Ultra Plush
Hilton- Hilton Suite Dreams Bed Serta Perfect Sleeper with pillow top
Hyatt- Grand Bed Sealy Posturepedic
Marriott (including Renaissance, Marriott, and JW Marriott)Depends on the location: Jamison or Serta Perfect Sleeper
Ritz-Carlton- Sealy Posturepedic
Sheraton- Sweet Sleeper Sealy Posturepedic Plush Top mattress
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Comment by Sharon — May 23, 2014 @ 11:19 pm
I have a back condition and am extremely finicky with mattresses, making traveling difficult. Are you aware of what mattress the Marriott in downtown Chicago uses (540 N Michigan Avenue) and whether they use memory foam? I need a firm mattress with moderate padding and no pillow top or memory foam. Thank you!! -Beth
Comment by Beth — July 28, 2014 @ 5:23 pm
Beth, Honestly the best thing is to contact the hotel you will be staying at directly. It is not uncommon for hotels to have different models, brands, and yes even firmness’s at different location, counties, states, countries etc. Don’t be surprised if the desk clerk does not know. You may have to have them check or contact management who likely were the ones that purchased or ordered them. Doug