Sleeping Like You’re on Vacation
Had the best night’s sleep of your life on vacation? Well, it’s probably because you spent all day lounging on the beach instead of being at work. But hotels do know about the best bedding. Here’s what they use, should you want to replicate that vacation-
1. FOUR SEASONS RESORT LANA’I AT MANELE BAY, LANA’I CITY, HAWAII: In addition to the plush pillows and linens that all Four Seasons properties provide, this resort features a bed topper with Geltouch Foam Center technology to absorb extra body heat. Beautyrest (beautyrest.com) products also use Geltouch.
2. MANCHESTER GRAND HYATT, SAN DIEGO: There’s a reason people are so devoted to Grand Hyatt beds: Each sheet, pillowcase, and duvet is 300-threadcount 100 per cent Egyptian cotton. 3. SOFITEL NEW YORK, NEW YORK CITY: The feather beds in this modern midtown hotel boast 400-thread-count Yves Delorme sheets (yvesdelorme.com) and a down duvet from Pacific Coast Feather Company.
4. WASHINGTON SCHOOL HOUSE, PARK CITY, UTAH: This lodge uses linens from Pratesi (the more than 100-year-old Italian luxury sheet-maker provided bedding for Elizabeth Taylor and Andy Warhol) (usa.shop. pratesi.com) and down feather pillows.
5. RANCHO VALENCIA RESORT & SPA, RANCHO SANTA FE, CALIFORNIA: After a day at the spa, you can relax in Frette sheets (frette.com). This resort uses Frette's 600-thread-count linens and down bedding.
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Any trash (empty toilet-paper rolls, used dental floss) not in the trash can.
Too many toilet-paper rolls (more than two)) in the trash can.
No trash can. Cheap aerosol air freshener. Dirty sink with crusted-on unidentified flecks.
Bathtub ththat’s slow to drain because it’s likely filled with hair.
Ba Barar soap with hair stuck to it.
Only one product in the shower and it’s dandruff shampoo.
Hundreds of products all from the same brand, arranged in height order.
Medicine cabinet overflowing withw prescription bottles.
Pink loofah, clearly left by previous girlfriend.
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Clean sink, toilet, tub, countertop. Candles with with matches. matches.
Two-ply toilet paper (three-ply means your mom probably still shops for you).
A good cologne.
Bathroomba rug that doesn’t have flecks of toilet paper mashed into it.
Spare (unused) toothbrush.
One shampoo, one conditioner, one body wash: none of which is made specifically for men.
Pump hand soap or a bar in a tray. ay. More than one hand towel. A nonmoldy shower curtain.
Medicine cabinet with necessities for guests, like contact solution and case (even if you don’t wear contacts).
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