High end hotels have high-end mattresses, and luckily for you, you can actually buy them. The Hilton uses the Serta Serenity bed with added coil support. You can buy it on their website. The Westin uses the famous Heavenly Bed, which features a 13-inch pillow top mattress that you can purchase on the Westin website. DoubleTree hotels use the Sweet Dreams bed featuring innerspring support and a quilted top, also available to buy on their website. Marriott offers both memory foam and innerspring mattress options. The Sheraton uses Simmons mattresses designed for just them, featuring pocketed coils, quilted fabric, and cushioned foam. The W Hotels use a Simmons mattress featuring Visco memory foam. The Hyatt’s signature Grand Bed I & II feature memory foam mattresses for extra lower back support. While these are the standard mattresses and beds each hotel uses, this is not a guarantee every location and room has these exact set-ups. However, buying these are not cheap; most fall in the $1,000 to $2,000 range.