A hotel in the UK has invested in memory foam mattresses in order to provide guests with a good night’s sleep.
The £1 million refurbishment project at the Claremont Hotel is intended to improve visitors’ experience, with new £50,000 executive suites complete with wet rooms.
Situated in Douglas on the Isle of Man, the premises have undergone a major facelift and the improvements to 22 out of 56 rooms to date have not only been cosmetic.
Beds have been equipped with memory foam mattresses, which mould to the contours of the body while guests slumber, reducing pressure on the spine.
“The experience visitors to the Island have of their hotel can be one of the most lasting impressions of their entire trip,” managing director of the Sleepwell Hotels Group told the news source.
He said business partners had indicated they would like more luxury when choosing accommodation, with features such as complimentary Wi-Fi and large bed frames.