Hotel beds often offer the best sleep experience for most of us. If you’ve stayed at a Ritz-Carlton hotel recently, you’ve probably had one of your best nights of sleep in recent memory. And now you might want to replicate the same bed at home.
The layers that hotels employ in crafting their beds, for instance, have a lot to do with this.
In Ritz-Carlton hotel rooms, one of the key layer components is the Pacific Coast Hotel Baffle Box Feather Bed.
Unlike most feather beds that are basically just a big bag of feathers; the Hotel feather bed has built-in baffled channels. As with a comforter, the baffling helps keep the feather fill in place, and prevents shifting. This results in consistently fluffy support.
These featherbeds are available in the following size and fill weight options:
- Twin – 112 oz
- Full – 160 oz
- Queen – 192 oz
- King – 240 oz
- California King – 240 oz
They feature a 230 thread count, 100% cotton quilted top cover, and Pacific Coast’s “barrier-weave” fabric to keep feathers locked inside.
Ritz-Carlton hotel rooms are widely recognized for the luxury and the comfort that they provide. Ritz-Carlton spares no expense in providing every guest with a cloud-like sleeping experience, for the ultimate in rest and relaxation.
If you want to feel like you’re sleeping on a cloud, a feather bed is a must-have! Once you try a feather bed, you’ll never go back to an ordinary plain mattress ever again.
It’s all about the layers
Ritz-Carlton beds offer a luxuriously plush bed. When you return from your hotel stay, your bed at home might feel quite lacking!
Hotel beds feel so cozy and inviting because they are layered – and not just with the usual bedding components like a comforter, pillow, and sheets.
These layers often include a memory foam topper, followed by a feather bed, which is then followed by a mattress pad.
All of these layers maximize comfort and support in a way that our beds at home just don’t.
For the ultimate bed at home, the Hotel feather bed from Pacific Coast is a good place to start!
What makes these Hotel feather beds so great?
The Hotel feather bed is definitely a luxury feather bed model. It has a list of features that lesser feather beds just can’t match. Let’s take a look at some of them:
Their superior construction
Hotel feather beds, of course, are quality made! They feature double-needle sewn selvages that really make this a durable feather bed. With cheaper feather beds, it’s common to have the seams come undone after just a few years of use.
It doesn’t take much of an opening for a handful of feathers to leak out.
The double-needle sewn construction ensures that all of the seams stay tight and shut. Quality materials are great, but you also need quality workmanship as well.
This is one of the reasons why the Hotel feather bed comes with a 5-year warranty.
These feather beds contain Pacific Coast’s hyperclean Resilia feathers. Resilia feathers are virtually allergen-free due to the washing and sanitizing treatment that they receive.
Most feather allergies are from contaminants within the feathers, in contrast to the feathers themselves. The sanitizing process eliminates most, if not all, allergy-related concerns.
This allows Pacific Coast to offer a Limited Allergy-Free warranty. If you aren’t completely allergy-free, just return it and you’ll get a full refund.
As mentioned above, these feather beds feature a head-to-toe baffled channel design. Traditional feather beds don’t have any baffling – they’re basically just a giant pillow. This leads to low and high spots as the fill gets compressed under your weight.
The baffled channels keep the fill evenly distributed, to offer consistent support across the entire bed.
Barrier Weave fabric
A common issue with feather-filled products like feather beds, pillows, etc., is that their feathers either leak, or poke you with their quills.
Feather quills are relatively sharp, and it doesn’t take much for them to poke through cheaply made fabric. In certain rough spots, for example, it can feel like sleeping on a bed of nails.
To sum up, the Hotel featherbeds are made with Pacific Coast’s “Barrier Weave” fabric that keeps quills from poking out.
- Twin (39” x 75”) – 112 ounces of fill
- Full (54” x 75”) – 160 ounces of fill
- Queen (60” x 80”) – 192 ounces of fill
- King – (78” x 80”) – 240 ounces of fill
- California King (72”x 84”) – 240 ounces of fill
If you compare the fill weights above with the fill weights in feather beds offered by competitors, Hotel featherbeds contain more fill by weight than other feather beds on the market today.
And yet, they aren’t as big or bulky. Hotel featherbeds fit neatly and seamlessly on any mattress. Why?
The baffled channeling keeps the feathers in place, but it also makes for a sturdy and lean “package”. The channels actually, in fact, allow for more space for the feathers. This minimizes size, while also maximizing comfort.
Why these are superior to other feather beds
As mentioned above, these Hotel feather beds from Pacific Coast offer many features and benefits that competitor feather beds just can’t match.
As far as allergy concerns go – the Barrier Weave fabric keeps the feather fill neatly tucked inside, and far away from you. If by chance the feathers do somehow leak out, they are ultra clean and sanitized – and virtually allergen-free.
As far as comfort is concerned, the baffled channel design keeps the feather fill in place, while still allowing you some space to fluff the feathers.
This provides that special cloud-like feel during, and throughout the night.
Finally, you are getting a quality-made product, with the warranties and guarantees to back it up.
Not only do these feather beds come with a 5-year limited warranty, they also have a 30-night “Comfort Guarantee”. If you aren’t fully satisfied after 30 nights, just send it back for a full refund!
Featherbeds can be difficult to properly maintain, of course. They are simply too large to fit inside of a regular washing machine at home – you’ll have to get it professionally laundered.
So, to keep from having to wash it more often, consider using a feather bed protector.
Not only will it protect your feather bed from spills or stains, but it will also keep dust mites and other bugs out!
Feather bed protectors are very cheap (you can usually find one for under $45), and will keep your feather bed looking clean and new, for years to come.
Also, keep in mind that feathers should not smell bad. If you’re experiencing a feather odor, it’s likely because your feathers have gotten wet or damp. Allow the feather bed to full dry before using it again.