If this is your first time setting up a hotel and you need mattresses, try to follow these tips.
Get single mattresses and beds that can be connected for your double rooms
Rather than purchasing double mattresses and beds for your double rooms, you should get single mattresses and beds that can be zipped and linked together, respectively. The reason for this is that this will make these double rooms appeal to a wider variety of people beyond couples who prefer to sleep in the same bed.
For example, if two friends or siblings are on holiday together and want to stay in the same room but need separate beds, having single beds and mattresses in the double rooms will mean these people can stay at your hotel, rather than looking elsewhere because the only single mattresses and beds you have are in your hotel's single rooms that are not designed for two people. Then, when couples want to stay in these double rooms, the two smaller mattresses and beds can be connected so these people can sleep on the same surface.
It's important to get hospitality mattresses that are specifically designed for this purpose (i.e., ones that have zips that connect them) rather than just buying standard single-sized hospitality mattresses and pushing them together, as if there is nothing keeping the mattresses connected when a couple is sleeping on them, they may slide apart when these people lie in the centre of their bed.
Spend more on the mattresses than you do on the beds
First-time hotel owners usually have limited furniture budgets and so are not always able to purchase both high-end beds and high-end mattresses. If you're in this position and you have to choose which item to spend more money on, make sure you opt to splurge on the mattresses.
The reason for this is that the mattresses will go through more wear and tear than the bed frames and so if they're not the best quality, you'll have to replace them sooner than you would had you purchased well-made ones. Furthermore, a mattress will have a far greater effect on the quality of your guests' sleep than the bed will (as long as the bed frames you pick do not make noise that could wake people up when they turn over during the night) and so you're less likely to receive complaints about your guests not sleeping well if you provide them with high-end mattresses. In short, cheaper hospitality mattresses are a false economy.
Look into hospitality mattresses that you could use.
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