Forget counting sheep

Who doesn’t want a good night’s sleep? We spend almost a third of our lives in slumber, and it becomes even more critical when one has stepped away from the comfort of their own bed. The guest feedback sections on a number of OTAs only validates this. Here, hT showcases some of the most enviable collections from what’s on the market right now. Sweet dreams.

Sheets & duvets:

Hoteliers spend a lot of time and careful thought in choosing the right kind of bedding, taking into consideration the weight and feel of the sheets and duvets. White 300-count cotton sheets are still the simplest choice.

B-and-B-Latte-Beaumont-and-Brown

B & B Latte, Beaumont & Brown

Duvet cover Brilliante Frette

Duvet cover, Brilliante, Frette

Bellino Tivoli Bellino Linens

Bellino Tivoli, Bellino Linens

Pillows:

No pillow talk this. This is one of the most important amenity for that perfect night sleep. Choosing the right pillow can be a mammoth task. Down pillows, cluster pillows, euro sham, and much more.

Hotel white goose down luxury pillow

Hotel white goose down luxury pillow, Pacific Coast

American heritage pillows

American heritage pillows, Studio Dunn

Pillow sham Frette

Pillow sham, Frette

DryFast, West Point Hospitality

DryFast, West Point Hospitality

Beds & mattresses:

These beds definitely have your back. Guests often remember the mattresses once they return home from a good night’s hotel sleep. An impressive range from cooling gel foam, memory foam, and pocketed coils, there is no one-style-fitsall. Customize your guestrooms by your choices in mattress height, surface shape, and firmness.

Tashmarine bed

Tashmarine bed, Jean-Louis Deniot collection, Baker Furniture

Dux-Axion

Dux Axion 15 with removable Xupport top pad

Duxiana

Dux luxury hotel beds by Duxiana at The Setai, Florida

Tempur

Tempur-pedic, Tempur

Tempur

Vividus, Hästens

Tigris bed

Tigris bed, Skram Bed