For many visitors, mattresses at upper-echelon Las Vegas hotels are a stark upgrade when compared to what awaits back at home.
After experiencing a new level of luxury, many look to buy the exact brand and model mattress that they slept on in their hotel.
Fortunately, many properties have moved to monetize their sleep quality by selling the mattresses and bedding products used in the hotel directly to customers.
Adding to the allure, many mattresses used in Las Vegas hotels are made specifically for the property and are not available via traditional retail stores.
I thought it would be helpful to track down what type of mattress Las Vegas hotels use, their price point, and where they can be purchased so you can bring that perfect night of sleep home with you.
As you’ll notice, the process for purchasing a resort mattress differs greatly by property and isn’t always overly convenient, with some requiring phone calls, in-person shopping, or outdated feeling order forms.
Hopefully, all resorts will get on board with the whole “ordering online” trend here soon to simplify the process!
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Bellagio is the crown jewel of MGM’s portfolio and they spare no expense on their mattress, made by Sealy, which is also available for purchase in their “Bellagio at Home” store.
A standard king is priced at $3,995.
Caesars Palace uses the Caesars Bouvet Island Plush mattress from Simmons in their recently renovated Julius Tower rooms. Nobu at Caesars also features this line of mattresses in their guestrooms. A king will run you $1,949 but pocketed coils and AirCool technology (whatever that is) likely make the price tag worth it.
Wynn’s Dream Bed, custom-made by Sealy, claims to deliver the “best sleep you’ve ever experienced” and at a price point of $4,050 for a king, it had better.
Get more information on Wynn’s Dream Bed mattress on their website, here.
Aria offers two different “trim levels” for their beds. The higher-end Sealy mattress used in Aria’s Sky Suites is sold for $3,995, while the Sealy mattress used in standard guestrooms is sold for $3,495.
Vdara sells its exclusive mattress online, which boasts “layers of motion-suppressing insulation and high-density, gel-infused foam”. A standard king will set you back $3,995 and can be purchased online, here.
Cosmopolitan appoints guestrooms with a custom-built Serta mattress called the Perfect Sleeper Grand Chateau which will set you back $1750 for a king. Ordering must go through Serta directly by calling (877) 468-3540.
Park MGM uses the custom-designed MGM Suite Eurotop mattress made by Serta. A king mattress costs $3,495 and you can make your purchase on Park MGM’s website.
Mandalay Bay’s mattress also costs $3,495 for a king and features high-density foam and a pillow top. Visit Mandalay’s website for more information, or to make a purchase.
Delano at Mandalay Bay also sells their signature mattress for $3,495 in their Delano at Home store online. Complete with coil technology and a pillow top, the mattress provides a medium level of support.
TI employs the Sealy Posturpedic Elite Sensational mattress and offers it for sale. For more information and up to date pricing, you can call Sealy directly at (866) 251-6471.
Additionally, you can view more info on TI’s specific model here.
Venetian and Palazzo use a custom-made mattress from Sealy called the Venetian Plush. Mattresses can be shipped anywhere in the continental United States.
For ordering information, you will need to call Sealy directly at (866) 438-7378.
Golden Nugget offers their Simmons Beautyrest Westbury Plush mattress for sale online, with prices starting at $1,859 for a king.
Prices quoted are typically only for the mattress and do not include any accessories such as a box spring unless otherwise noted.
Delivery and haul away of your previous mattress is typically included in the stated price, however, not always. Ensure you read the fine print before making a purchase.
Related: Now that you have your favorite Las Vegas hotel mattress, complete the process by purchasing your favorite Las Vegas casino scent!
I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.