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The Whitehall Hotel Rated #2 Most Comfortable Hotel Bed by TRAVEL + LEISURE

August 14, 2014 Accolades No Comments Email Email

The vote is in! The Whitehall Hotel in Chicago was recently rated by Travel + Leisure as having the second most comfortable bed in the United States.

The Whitehall Hotel - #2 Most Comfortable Hotel Bed by TRAVEL + LEISURE

The Whitehall Hotel – #2 Most Comfortable Hotel Bed by TRAVEL + LEISURE

The study conducted by TrustYou calculated guest reviews from TripAdvisor and a number of other consumer review outlets.

According to Margaret Ady of TrustYou, “Having a comfortable bed is key to a great hotel stay. Using TrustYou’s advanced semantic analysis and robust database, we analyzed hundreds of millions of verified reviews from travelers worldwide to uncover the most comfortable hotel beds in the US. With its lush linens, soft pillows and great mattresses, The Whitehall Hotel in Chicago clearly impressed travelers, coming in at number two in our rankings.”

The Whitehall’s beds are indeed special. Their Hypnos mattresses have three times more coils than any other luxury mattress and are hand stuffed with down and wrapped in cashmere. One distinguishing fact about Hypnos mattresses is that they are the same bed on which the Royals of Great Britain sleep.

Sample Review: “The beds are sink-into perfection with a good selection of pillows and bed covers.” (Orbitz)

Su Yen, proprietor of The Whitehall, has passionately chosen every aspect of the design details for the past 20 years, and their newest renovation is no exception. “It is a rare opportunity to work so closely with an owner that is the force behind every decision,” says Sean Coghlan, Hotel Manager. “When [the decision] is made, Su Yen chooses the best whether it’s our residential-style furnishings or the most exclusive mattresses available.”

The Whitehall Hotel, Chicago’s true independent boutique hotel, is designed for both the corporate and leisure traveler. Their luxuriously appointed rooms and suites reflect classic character and sophisticated charm. Since “71% of executives don’t get the recommended eight hours of sleep, hotels invest a lot in making their beds as restful as possible,” according to Quartz, and The Whitehall has certainly taken note of this trend.

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