|The hours of sleep really pile up on the Heavenly Bed.|
We've all seen hypnotists at work in the movies, on TV shows, maybe even in real life. Turning normal people into soporific sloths with pocket watches swinging on chains in front of their eyes.
Well, I think the Westin Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok, has a secret team of hypnotists at work somewhere in the hotel, working their magic on their guests. I say this because the moment I saw their huge bed in our suite I felt a strong magnetic field force urging me to lie down on the bed. Resistance was futile. I could feel myself being pulled ... closer ... closer ...closer ... touchdown ... aaaaahhhhh.
Westin has invested millions and millions of real dollars (as opposed to say Zimbabwe dollars) in developing their Heavenly Bed [insert trademark and all the other small print stuff which means 'this is our name and our idea and don't you dare copy it or we'll get our lawyers onto you an infest your armpits with 1000 fleas'].
The Heavenly Bed is essentially a mattress with approximately 9,000,000 springs, jing jing.
This is topped with a special soft mattress layer. Then they cover you in 250-count sheets. To the layman, that means it's really smooth and soft and downy. Then there are about 15 pillows on the bed for you to choose and use. So there's one that's j-u-s-t right for yzzzzzZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.
See more about Westin Grande Sukhumvit at www.starwoodhotels.com/westin