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St. Regis Hotel Bed Review

St. Regis mattress in a hotel room

St. Regis – owned by Mariott – is one of the most popular luxury hotel chains in the world. If you’ve ever stayed at one of their properties (or any other luxury hotel chain for that matter) you’ve definitely noticed that their beds are significantly more comfortable than the one you sleep on at home.

Due to consumer demand, most hotels chains actually sell their mattresses to consumers. The exact same bed that you slept on during your last business trip or vacation is available for sale from St. Regis. In this review we’ll take a look at the features of this bed – firmness, construction, durability, pricing, warranty policy, etc. – so you can make an informed decision about which bed to buy. Our goal is to help you find the best mattress for your needs. Whether you buy the St. Regis or a bed from a competing company, if you’re satisfied with your purchase then we can rest easy knowing that we did our job correctly.

Is the St. Regis Hotel Bed Right For You?

Hotel beds are a unique niche in the mattress world. Mattress brands generally fall in to one of two different categories: old-school brands that you can find at places like Mattress Firm and Macy’s (find deals) and new-school “mattress-in-a-box” brands like Casper, Avocado, and Saatva that operate almost exclusively on the internet with trendy marketing.

Hotel beds are clearly targeted towards business travelers and luxury vacationers who can afford the expensive price tag. I’ll be blunt with you: this bed is EXPENSIVE. St. Regis is a luxury hotel chain and they spend top dollar to make sure that their beds are as comfortable as possible. This bed is the exact same one that you sleep on in their hotel rooms so if you want it you’re going to have to pay top dollar.

St. Regis makes their beds with a medium level of firmness. Here at Sleepline we think that medium beds are the best for the vast majority of people. Regardless of your sleeping position you’ll most likely enjoy the feel of a medium mattress. If you know for a fact that you prefer firm or soft mattresses then you should probably look elsewhere.

You should buy the St. Regis Hotel Bed if you:

  • Have stayed at a St. Regis hotel and enjoyed the look and feel of this brand
  • Are willing to spend a large amount of money to get the best
  • Prefer the feel of innerspring beds

Features of the St. Regis Hotel Bed

The St. Regis Hotel Bed is an innerspring mattress that was designed by Simmons for the hotel chain. It features a pillow top with pocketed coil construction, which is designed to give the bed a soft and springy feel. It utilizes a technology that the company calls “AirCool” that is designed to keep you cool.

The bed is available as a stand-alone mattress or as a combo package with an included box spring. If you opt to include the box spring it’s available with either a high or a low profile to accommodate different types of platforms and box springs.

St. Regis makes their products here in the USA and offers a 10-year warranty, which is standard in the mattress industry.

Firmness

We rate the St. Regis Hotel Bed as being a medium level of firmness. Medium mattresses are recommended for the vast majority of sleepers, since they can accommodate a variety of different sleeping positions. Stomach, side, and back sleepers will all enjoy this bed. Some back sleepers may want something a little bit firmer, however. If you know that you prefer a very firm or very soft mattress, you should pass on this bed. For everyone else, St. Regis is a great choice.

Construction and Durability

The mattress cover is made out of a blend of materials that the company refers to as an AirCool Design. The blend is made out of modal yarn with cashmere quilting. We found that this unique material did an excellent job of maintaining airflow all the way out to the edges of the bed.

Underneath the cover is the comfort layer and the support layer which are both made out pocketed coils that are designed to improve airflow throughout the bed. These tightly-packed coils give the mattress a springy feel. If you’re the type of person who likes to “sink in” to your bed then this probably isn’t the best choice for you. If you like feeling like you’re sleeping “on” your mattress rather than “in” it, then the St. Regis is definitely one of the best choices you could make.

Cooling properties

St. Regis has made the cooling properties of this mattress one its main selling points. The propriety AirCool cover is made out of a blend of cashmere quilting and modal yarn, and is design to improve airflow and push the air out towards the edge of the bed.

The comfort and support layers consist of pocketed coils. Coil-based mattresses generally offer superior airflow – and thus help you sleep cooler – when compared to other types of mattresses like memory foam, gel, and hybrid. People who tend to sleep hot should almost always opt for a mattress that is made out innerspring coils. We’re happy to report that the St. Regis mattress lives up to that ideal. To put it quite simply, this is one of the coolest beds we’ve slept on. And we’ve tried a lot, trust me.

Sizes

St. Regis makes their mattress in the following standard sizes:

  • Cal. King 72″ x 84″
  • King 76″ x 80″
  • Queen 60″ x 80″
  • Full 53″ x 75″
  • Twin: 38″ x 75″

Their box spring is available with two different profiles: high and low. The high profile box spring measures 9″ and the low profile version is 5.5″ tall. You should choose a size that will fit best on your frame or foundation.

How much does the St. Regis mattress cost?

We won’t mince words here: this is one hell of an expensive mattress. We think that it’s worth the money, but if you’re short on cash you might want to look elsewhere for your mattress needs. If you can afford it an you’re willing to spend money to get the exact same sleeping experience that you get while traveling, then this is honestly one of the most comfortable beds you can buy.

All of the following prices are assuming that you’re purchasing it with the low box spring option.

  • Twin – $1,996
  • Full – $2,396
  • Queen – $2,796
  • King – $3,196
  • Cal King – $3,196

Warranty and free trial

St. Regis offers a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty on their bed. If you notice any defects in workmanship or materials contact the company and they will assist you with your problem.

One of the major downsides to buying a bed from St. Regis is that they do not offer a free trial period. This stands in sharp contrast to the trendy mattress-in-a-box companies which tend to offer trial periods that average around 100-nights.

We were shocked to discover that St. Regis Boutique DOES NOT ALLOW YOU TO RETURN THIS MATTRESS. From the St. Regis Boutique website:

“The St. Regis Bed is made for your order and cannot be accepted for return or exchange. Used or laundered pillows and bedding are also not returnable.”

This is an appalling lack of customer service for such an expensive item. In my experience, luxury products generally have the best customer service. I’m definitely extremely disappointed in the company for this and I strongly recommend buying from Amazon instead, which allows you to return the bed within 30 days if you aren’t satisfied (be aware that they do charge a restocking fee).

The good news is that if you’re planning to buy a mattress from St. Regis you’ve most likely already tried it out at one of their hotel locations so you shouldn’t have a need to return it.

About St. Regis Hotels and Resorts

St. Regis Hotels and Resorts is a luxury hotel chain owned by Marriott International. As of this writing, there are 46 St. Regis branded hotels throughout the world.

Contact Information

Phone: 855-667-7077

Email: To email St. Regis Boutique, fill out contact form on their website and a representative will reach out to you for further assistance.

Physical Stores

There are no physical stores where you can buy the St. Regis Hotel Bed. You can purchase it from their website (NOT RECOMMENDED) or from their Amazon store.

How we rate mattresses

We rate mattresses using the following criteria:

  1. Comfort
  2. Structural integrity and durability
  3. Firmness and support

Learn more about our mattress rating process and methodology here.

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