Dream On! The 5 Best Hotel Beds You Can Buy

Rest easy — vacay style — with these posh pieces in your bedroom.

If you are anything like us, you wouldn't mind spending every night in a luxury hotel: the blackout curtains, the doting service... and of course the insanely comfy bed. Bring the vacation experience home — at least sort of — by turning your bedroom into a luxury hotel room with these plush hotel beds, available for sale. You might say they're the stuff of dreams.

1.  Four Seasons Bed

Four Seasons’ fully customizable bed was developed in partnership with Simmons Bedding Company. The Four Seasons Bed mattresses feature GelTouch Foam Center heat-absorption technology that keeps you cool and comfortable throughout the night. As well, the bed has pocketed coil motion separation that minimizes disturbance when you or your partner moves around. Additionally, you can choose from three different mattress tops that vary in levels of firmness: Signature, Signature Firm, or Signature Plush. The beds are currently being rolled out across hotels in the U.S.A., but you can have a sublimely comfortable sleep in your own home by buying your own. These beds are never sold in stores so you need to purchase from a hotel directly. A set (including mattress, box spring and topper) starts at $2,199 for a twin.

2.  Westin Heavenly Bed

The aptly named Westin Heavenly Bed is renowned among jetsetters for its ability to create a divine, restful sleep anywhere in the world. The plush pillow-top mattress eases you into a deep sleep, while pocketed coils minimize movement and disturbance from bedmates. The Heavenly Bed is widely available, on sale at Nordstrom and Pottery Barn, as well as through Westin’s own website. Prices start at $1,368 for a twin mattress with box spring and bed frame. To really create the heavenly experience, and fresh scent, of a Westin bedroom, we recommend adding a signature White Tea candle ($36) to your shopping cart.

3.  Sofitel SoBed

The French luxury hotel chain has 120 hotels in 40 countries across the world, but if you can’t spend every night in a Sofitel hotel, you can, at least, rest in a signature Sofitel SoBed. Custom designed for the hotel chain, the soft SoBed’s innerspring ensures support and diminishes movement. You will, Sofitel confidently claims, “awake each day with a natural joie de vivre.” While we can’t quite guarantee your morning mood, we do concur this is a stellar bed. A twin set with mattress, box spring, and bed frame starts at $1,524.

4.  W Hotels Bed

If you want the W Hotel bed experience without the over-the-top scene-y W Hotel experience, you’ll just have to buy your own. Created by Simmons especially for W Hotels, you can choose from a plush top mattress with firm support that creates a solid foundation eliminating tossing and turning, or a softer pillow top mattress, which, W Hotels claim, “some guests describe as sleeping on a cloud.” Price starts at $1,399 for a twin including box spring and frame, or $2,776 for a queen set that comes with sheets, duvet, and four pillows.

5.  DUX Bed

Truly the king of hotel beds, the Duxiana brand even has entire hotels in Sweden and China built around its luxe beds. A DUX bed is a sure sign of a great hotel and luxury hotels that can lay claim to this amenity include Burj Al Arab Jumeirah in Dubai and The Quin in New York City. The beds, which are engineered to alleviate back pain and promote good sleeping posture, feature the Pascal system of interchangeable spring cassettes, allowing you to customize your side of the bed. The company even claims that sleeping in their beds gives you an additional hour of deep sleep. Duxiana stores are located throughout the U.S. and prices for a DUX bed range from $3,700 to $12,000.
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