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-

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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 (beau­ 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 (yves­de­ 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) ( 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 ( This re­sort uses Frette's 600-thread-count linens and down bed­ding.


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.


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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