You know how luxury hotel beds always seem to be the comfiest? It’s because they are – especially when it comes to the mattresses designed just for W Hotels. But it’s not only these mattresses that make W Hotels stand out in the sleep space. It’s the entire atmosphere the hotel creates in each of its properties. And you can experience it every day in your own home. Here’s how.


1. Mattress: Sleep (every night) on exclusive-to-W-Hotels pillow-top or plush styles.

2. Toppers: Add a cushy mattress pad and featherbed for an extra dose of comfort.

3. Pillows: Pick down, a feather-and-down combo, or down alternative.

4. Bedding: Layer on silky-smooth, wrinkle-resistant sheets and duvets.

5. Robes: Baby terry lining is supersoft – and absorbent post-shower, too.

6. Scented Candles: A crisp citrus blend makes for an aromatic finishing touch.

Start building your own W Hotels bed. Shop The W Hotels Bed Boutique, which opened Wednesday, October 8, at 3PM ET.

By Chrissy Makkas, Staff Writer

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October 8, 2014

Maybe you sleep on your back. Or next to a bedmate who just won’t stop fidgeting. Well, we’re here to say – there’s a mattress for that.

The W Hotels Bed Boutique opens Wednesday, August 7, at 3PM ET.

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August 7, 2013

Comfort TipsWhether it’s spread out or curled up, everyone has their own preferred PM pose – and whatever that may be, we’ve got the sleep-style tips (and mattress picks) to keep you from counting sheep.

Stomach Sleepers
Mattress Pick: The W Hotels Extreme Signature Mattress
Tip: Wedge a pillow underneath your hips to take stress off your lower back and neck.

Back Sleepers
Mattress Pick: The W Bed Plush Top Mattress
Tip: Place a pillow beneath your knees to maintain the normal curve of your lower back.

Side Sleepers
Mattress Pick: The W Bed Pillow Top Mattress
Tip: Putting a pillow between your knees will help to improve spinal alignment.

Our The W Hotels Bed Boutique opens Tuesday, March 19, at 11AM ET.

By Keriann Coffey, Associate Blog Editor

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March 19, 2013

Fact: We spend a third of our lives sleeping (even though, as I sip my second coffee of the morning, it doesn’t feel that way). If that mattress we’re sleeping on, however, isn’t the right fit, our best rest certainly won’t be achieved – and all those hours spent laying inactive could’ve gone to better use.

Is it time for you to get a new mattress? Here are a few factoids to get you thinking.

Out with the Old (Mattress), In with the New

-It’s recommended that we change our mattress every five to seven years. Think about it – our bodies can change a lot in that amount of time, and physical needs may be different than they were when the mattress was purchased. Forget when you bought it? Check the mattress tag.

-Find yourself rolling toward the center of your bed? That’s a sure sign that the mattress is sagging (not merely “broken in”), and is more than ready to be replaced. A mattress should be responding to your body, after all – not the other way around.

-If you’re routinely waking up with aches and pains (and aren’t training for a decathlon), a new mattress may be in order. Older, broken-down mattresses lack the support our bodies need in order to fully restore themselves while at rest.

-Two (not totally savory) words: sweat and oil. As we sleep, our bodies shed them both naturally, rendering the mattress a dust mite’s (and bacteria’s) dream. Contact with either can result in skin breakouts and allergies (the sore-throat-and-itchy-nose kind) on our end – both of which of course lead to less sleep (and more discomfort). Oh, and, a quick FYI: millions of dust mites can live in a mattress at one time. If that’s not an argument for a new mattress, I don’t know what is.

Do you qualify for a new mattress? You’re in luck – our The W Hotels Bed Boutique opens Wednesday, January 23, at 11AM ET.
By Sarah Stanley, Staff Writer
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January 23, 2013