Have you ever stayed at a hotel and marveled at how well you slept on a hotel mattress? Many people have, because hotel mattresses are some of the most popular and best luxury mattresses on the market. But did you know that many hotel mattresses are available for sale? SamsClub.com offers a full line of hotel quality mattresses. We carry brands such as Serta, so that you can get a hotel quality night's sleep in your home every night.
Why buy a hotel quality mattress?
A hotel style mattress provides a great night's sleep because it is meant to work for different kinds of sleepers. For example, you can choose between a soft pillow-top mattress or a firm mattress to fit your specific sleep preferences.
What hotel mattress is best?
The Serta hotel mattress, which is the Hilton hotel mattress brand, is one of the best hotel mattresses to buy. SamsClub.com offers a full line of Serta Perfect Sleeper hotel collection mattresses. It's one of the top hotel mattress brands available.
Where to buy a new hotel grade mattress?
SamsClub.com offers a full quality of hotel collection mattresses from Serta, which is the preferred mattress for the Hilton hotel brands. While other hotel chains like Westin and Marriott offer more expensive commercial mattresses, you can purchase a Serta Hilton mattress from SamsClub.com. This provides Sam's Club members with greater value, plus the peace of mind that comes from buying a proven brand like Serta from SamsClub.com.
SamsClub.com offers a variety of mattress options:
Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen, King
Firmness: Plush, Medium, Firm, Extra-Firm
What are the prices of hotel quality mattresses?
When you buy a Serta hotel mattress from Sam's Club, you can get a Serta Perfect Sleeper Presidential Suite II mattress starting under $500. With options packages including box springs, prices range up to $1,400. This is an excellent value at several hundred dollars less than a Westin hotel mattress or a hotel grade mattress from Marriott.
What Sam's Club mattress sales can I find?
Sam's Club offers everyday values at members-only prices for Serta Perfect Sleeper Presidential Suite II and Concierge Suite II lines. Check SamsClub.com for free shipping offers that provide members additional value.
Can I buy bulk hotel grade mattress?
Check SamsClub.com for availability for bulk orders of commercial mattresses.
How to Choose a Hotel Mattress
Choosing a hotel quality mattress for your home is a big decision. You want to make sure you know what kind of mattress you want not just for one night's sleep as a hotel guest, but for years of good sleep. When you find a hotel luxury mattress that you love, you should do the following steps to choose the right hotel mattress to purchase.
Buy a hotel mattress that fits your room
Make sure that your hotel mattress fits your room. If you have an existing bed foundation or box spring, you will want to purchase a mattress size that fits.
You can also look at hotel mattress brands that offer packages, including foundations and/or box springs. Visit SamsClub.com to find these kinds of packages including Serta Perfect Sleeper mattresses at members-only prices.
Buy a hotel mattress that fits your sleeping needs
Ask yourself these questions when choosing a hotel mattress:
Do you sleep on your side or on your back?
Do you experience a lot of motion transfer while you sleep?
Do you need additional edge support on your mattress?
Do you prefer a plush mattress with a memory foam type of feel, or do you need a firm mattress with pressure point support?
These questions will help you make a better decision on hotel mattress brands and offerings.
Buy a hotel mattress within your budget
Budget is a key factor in your hotel mattress purchase decision. So check hotel mattress reviews about the durability and longevity of a mattress. Think about whether the hotel mattress you are considering will continue to give you a great night's sleep year after year. Then look at prices. As one of the best hotel mattress values available, a Serta hotel mattress from Sam's Club is an excellent option for your budget.
Types of Hotel Mattresses
Hotel mattresses come in a lot of different sizes and forms. This means that you can't just shop for a hotel mattress--you need more specifics so you can make the right choice for you to sleep well.
Mattresses come in several different types:
Innerspring mattresses: These traditional mattresses are built around coils.
Memory foam mattresses: These mattresses have a soft top that conforms to your body while providing pressure point support. Westin's Heavenly Bed and the Marriott mattress are examples of hotel memory foam mattresses.
Pillow-top mattresses: These mattresses have a soft, plush top to provide exceptional comfort for people who like to sink into a mattress to sleep. The best hotel pillow-top mattress is the Serta Perfect Sleeper found at Hilton hotels.
The right hotel mattress for you depends on whether you want a firm mattress or soft mattress, and what kind of support you need during the night to wake up refreshed without back pain or joint pain.
Hotel Mattress Brands
What kind of mattresses do hotels use?
Serta: Serta is the choice at Hilton hotels with the Serenity Bed. You can choose between several Serta hotel mattress models at SamsClub.com.
Heavenly Bed: This is Westin's hotel mattress brand.
Simmons: Four Seasons, W Hotels, and Sheraton have created their own mattress in conjunction with Simmons. You can also find Simmons Beautyrest mattresses in many three-star hotel chains.
Sealy: Fairmont Hotels have beds manufactured by Sealy Posturpedic.
Stearns & Foster: Ritz Carlton got Stearns & Foster to create a custom mattress specifically for their hotels.
Sleep Number: You can find Sleep Number beds in many Radisson hotels.
TEMPUR-Pedic: Some boutique hotels offer TEMPUR-Pedic beds in their rooms.
House brands: The Marriott hotel chain has its own mattress brand called the Marriott Bed.
Many hotel chains have a custom mattress brand that is available for sale on their website. These are usually more expensive mattress options. For greater value, check out a brand like Serta that offers hotel mattresses for sale at members-only prices at SamsClub.com.
Hotel Mattress Sizes
Here are standard mattress dimensions for hotel beds. Not all models will be available in all sizes. Also, you should note that mattress depths will vary based on whether the mattress is innerspring, memory foam, or pillow top. Check the product listings on SamsClub.com for exact dimensions on the mattresses you're considering.
Twin size Dimensions: 39 inches by 75 inches
Twin XL Size Dimensions: 38 inches by 80 inches
Full Size Dimensions: 54 inches by 75 inches
Queen Size Dimensions: 60 inches by 80 inches
King Size Dimensions: 76 inches by 80 inches
Split King Size Dimensions: This is two Twin or Twin XL mattresses together, depending on the size of your king size foundation or bed frame.
California King Size Dimensions: 72 inches by 84 inches
< h2>FAQ: Hotel Mattresses
When should I buy a new mattress?
Most manufacturers recommend replacing a mattress after 8-10 years of use. Check the warranty on your current mattress to find the expected lifespan.
Of course, warranty isn't the only factor. If your current mattress is sagging or failing to provide pressure point support that you need, then it's time to start studying new mattresses for sale.
Can I buy a hotel mattress?
Yes, you can purchase mattresses used at most hotels. Some hotels have a customized mattress type that they sell exclusively, which can lead to expensive hotel mattresses. Other brands like Serta offer hotel mattresses for sale at tremendous values at SamsClub.com.
Do mattresses have a warranty?
Most mattresses come with a manufacturer warranty. Check product listings at SamsClub.com for specific mattress warranties on the hotel beds we sell.
What is the best hotel mattress?
In general, the Serta Serenity Mattress at Hilton is one of the best reviewed and most popular hotel mattresses, along with the hotel mattresses at hotel brands like Westin, Marriott, and Ritz Carlton.
What makes hotel mattresses comfortable?
The answer differs from brand to brand, but many of the most popular hotel bed have a super plush pillow-top mattress that you sink into. Couple this with pressure point support from an innerspring mattress, and you have the recipe for a great night's sleep.