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We spend a third of our lives sleeping, which may explain our collective obsession with it. Searching for the highest quality sheets, the most airtight blackout curtains, and the fluffiest feather pillows imaginable is all part of our attempt to achieve the deep level of restorative sleep we’ve only experienced in fancy hotel rooms. To replicate that elusive energy of quiet resort luxury inside our very own homes, we went straight to the source: IDing the mattresses used in the best hotel beds around the world.

Our findings cover the renowned sleep spaces of such properties as the Ritz-Carlton, Westin, St. Regis, and even the W Hotel, with mattress appearances from American-made classics like Stearns & Foster to Sofitel’s signature boutique label. Many of the mattresses are born out of exclusive partnerships with bedding bigwigs and the famed hotel chains and, therefore, pricing can run steep. So, to cover both ends of the budget spectrum, we tossed in a few more affordable counterparts from the same manufacturers.

1 Hotels: Keetsa Tea Leaf Dream Mattress

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Tea Leaf Dream Mattress, Keetsa ($2,890)

High-class hotel chain 1 Hotels focuses on sustainable, eco-friendly living. While their exclusive organic bedding and bath partnership is with Kassatex, the mattresses come courtesy of the environmentally-friendly brand Keetsa. Called the Tea Leaf Dream, it features a blend of hemp and fabric. Keetsa has even upped the ante by replacing the petroleum oil found in traditional mattresses with castor bean oil, allowing for less exposure to potentially dangerous toxins.

The Hilton: Serta Mattress

Adorably titled ‘Hilton to Home,’ the hotel’s online shop includes everything from its premium linens, available in a variety of colors and thread counts, to its exclusive Hilton mattress and box spring—which, according to the product details, is manufactured by Serta (if you’re looking to snag a more affordable dupe).

The Ace Hotel: Suite Sleep Latex Mattress

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Ace Hotel Natural Latex Mattress, Suite Sleep ($1,899)

The NYC-born chain has expanded all over (most recently to New Orleans), and one thing it hasn’t skimped on is its luxury bedding. Created in partnership with Suite Sleep, this option is outfitted with 100 percent natural latex rubber, as well as a quilted organic cotton cover and wool batting for extra softness. It might feel a little unconventional, but the results speak for themselves.

The Ritz-Carlton: Stearns & Foster Mattress

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Classic Estate Mattress, Stearns & Foster ($2,599)

Why buy a positively pedestrian bed when you can be puttin’ on the ritz every night as you slumber? Manufactured by Stearns & Foster, this mattress boasts breathable silk and wool fiber fabric and comes complete with cooling gel-infused memory foam layers. And while you can get pretty much all sizes from California king to twin, there’s one you can’t: the double king beds exclusively found at Ritz-Carlton’s Phulay Bay in Krabi, Thailand. Maybe a trip is in order?

Four Seasons: Simmons Signature Plush Mattress

Made exclusively for Four Seasons, this Simmons plush mattress boasts a customizable plush topper for a bespoke bed experience. A patented gel touch allows for heat absorption and max temperature control, making sure you never sleep too hot or too cold. If you’re looking for a more budget-friendly option, we clocked an under-$100 plush gel Simmon’s alternative hiding on Amazon.

Miraval: Bed

Not only is the bed at Miraval utterly restorative, but it also features the most comfortable sheets and pillows in all the land. The good news? You can purchase the entire package on the site. The not-so-good news? It’ll run you $5,266 for everything. But the spa-like sleep you get might just be worth the splurge.

Westin: Heavenly Bed

This bed might be a more budget-friendly option, but it doesn’t skimp on comfort. Uniquely designed with a plush pillow top cover, it lets you sink into it for a deeply restorative night of sleep. Heavenly, indeed.

W Hotel: Plush Top Bed

In addition to free Bliss products, the other major attraction in a W Hotel room is the super soft bed, outfitted with sleek linens. And luckily for you, it’s available for purchase on the hotel’s site, along with the bedding. Created by Simmons exclusively for W Hotels, you can choose from a plush top mattress with firm support that helps eliminate tossing and turning or a softer pillow-top mattress. W Hotels maintains, “Some guests describe [it] as sleeping on a cloud.”

St. Regis: Signature Mattress & Boxspring

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Mattress & Box Spring, St. Regis ($1,912 was $2,390)

With cashmere quilting, a plush pillow top, and a cushiony surface, St. Regis’s signature construction eliminates motion transfer while you rest. The hotel also offers an option to purchase its complete bedding set for the ultimate luxurious sleep experience, once you’re ensconced back at home.

Sofitel: Signature Mattress & Boxspring

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Mattress & Boxspring, SoBed ($1,124 was $1,499)

The French luxury hotel chain’s signature Sofitel SoBed is a traveler’s favorite. Custom designed, the soft SoBed’s innerspring ensures support and diminishes movement so that you will, as Sofitel claims, “awake each day with a natural joie de vivre.”

The Marriott: Bed

At The Langham Huntington, Pasadena, and The Langham Chicago, the Langham mattress is available to buy through each hotel’s purchasing department, with prices starting at $2,000. At Langham Place, New York, the majority of the guest rooms and suites feature The DUX Bed by Duxiana, which has a showroom in midtown. Though not available online, the hotel can work with you to arrange for the purchase of an identical bed through the Duxiana sales team.

D’Angleterre Copenhagen: Duxiana The Dux Mattress

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The Dux 1001 Mattress, Duxiana ($4,510)

On a recent trip to Copenhagen, Domino’s managing shopping editor, Samantha Weiss-Hills, had the pleasure of staying at the very classic D’Angleterre. According to Weiss-Hills, the allure of the centuries-old hotel—situated just steps from the lively district of Nyhavn in the neighborhood of Indre By—was only enhanced by the plush Swedish-designed Duxiana beds featured inside its charming rooms.

This post was originally published on June 11, 2017. It has been updated with new information.