Aria - Las Vegas - Mattress
Oct 25, 2011 8:39 AM
Joined: May 5, 2008
Points: 5
Here is the description of the mattress we are looking to buy:



Sealy® is the proud supplier of mattresses custom-designed exclusively for ARIA Resort & Casino. With 12 separate layers of comfort foam, including a layer of latex and memory foam, Sealy Posturepedic even puts counting sheep to rest.

Twin 38"w x 75"l $1,295
Full 54"w x 75"l $1,595
Queen 60"w x 80"l $2,195
Eastern King 76"w x 80"l $2,595
California King 72"w x 84"l $2,595

Mattress thickness is 16.5".

The 9"-high box-spring is standard on all orders, however 5.5"- or 7"-high box-springs are available upon request. Pricing above is the delivered price to your home. This price includes mattress, box-spring and delivery (includes in-home delivery and set-up). USA deliveries only. Additional shipping charges apply for Canada and International.


Any Idea of where we could pick up this mattress, other than buying directly from Aria?



Re: Aria - Las Vegas - Mattress
Reply #6 Dec 14, 2014 3:20 PM
Joined: Oct 8, 2009
Points: 192
are you saying the 815 coils vs the 800 actually does make a huge difference in the quality and comfort here?  or are you saying you can save huge and get the Simmons Beautyrest Classis and have almost the same?




"Custom" orders for hotel chains, etc. are typically "custom-made" by 1 single change to an existing line to make it exclusive. For example, the "Heavenly Bed" from the Westin hotel has one extra row of coils throught the middle third of the bed - 815 coils instead of the 800 coils in the Simmons Beautyrest Classic... however, with that one exclusion, the bed is a Beautyrest Classic -- with an additional $1000 in bedding on top of it drastically changing the overall feel of the mattress.


If you can get coil count and when it was manufactured, you can get much more accurate comparisons in a store near you.

If you are looking at Queen sizes and it has 660 coils and manufactured in the last year (or so) you can probably go into any store carrying the Posturepedic line-up and ask to look at their top 3-5 beds depending on how many models they represent on their floor... the trick is to know what it feels like without all of the other stuff that hotels put on their beds to help preserve them from the various types of end-users found in hotels (various types of mattres pads, feather comforters, luxury linens, etc)

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