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Sleep well

book a room and bed type based on preference....
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Some people like it hard. Others soft. Pity hotels don’t give a choice. For someone who has both a back problem and travels frequently a night in a lonely place could really be a sad affair. And that person would be (maybe) willing to pay a small premium for having a certain 'kind' of mattress in the room which he is checking into. Hotels offering this level of service might just end up making more money than what they invest in those extra mattresses.
nomadic_wonderer, Dec 08 2004

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       What about clean? Can I get a clean mattress for a premium?
swamilad, Dec 08 2004
  

       I think that this is a top idea.
Personally I would like a duvet (no sheets) and choice of 2 pillows that are plumpy - not the stiff, rigid things that hold your neck at 90 degrees to the rest of you. Oh, and a nice firm mattress please.
gnomethang, Dec 08 2004
  

       Much better than the question "smoking or non".
contracts, Dec 08 2004
  

       Sleep well ... like a gravity well?
reensure, Dec 09 2004
  

       this is baked, many of the Leading Hotels of the World (an others besides) let you express a preference for bed and (more frequently) pillow type.
neilp, Dec 21 2004
  
      
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