Cleaning your contract hotel mattress

Cleaning your contract hotel mattresses

Cleaning your contract hotel mattresses

To prolong the life and performance of the contract mattress,

  1. Reduce normal settlement and body-impression on the surface, and ensure more even wear by “rotating” the mattress on a regular basis.   This should be done every season (every 3 months).  It should be done for all mattresses systematically but is particularly important for pillow-top mattress specifications.  Rotate the mattress around on the base so that the top end or headboard end is at the bottom end, and then rotate again three months later to reverse the position.   All that is required is swivelling the hotel mattress around on the base as opposed to flipping or turning over.
  2. For two-sided King Koil hotel mattresses (Club Class 2 and Club Class 4), they should be flipped over completely and rotated every season to the same schedule.
  3. Ensure that the divan base, bedstead frame or other support structure under the mattress is of sufficient quality to support the King Koil hotel mattresses correctly.   This will help to prolong their performance in use.
  4. Any old or defective bases or even frames with broken cross laths should be replaced immediately as they may compromise the mattress performance and the warranty.
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Where do Irish hotels buy their beds?

In the recent Irish Times article, Joan Scales spoke to a number of hotel owners, asking where they buy their beds. Some answers included The Dean Hotel, a Dublin boutique hotel.

“When the Dean Hotel opened during the recession on Harcourt Street, Dublin’s clubbing zone, they knew that bedrooms had to be special to tempt people to stay. They bought the best Irish-made mattresses, the King Koil Seventh Heaven, for the bespoke bed-frames and teamed them with soft linens and fluffy pillows.” “People often comment about the beds,” says Brian Davern, general manager of the Dean. “They ask where to buy them…”.

“At Castlewood House in Dingle, Co Kerry, awarded the best hotel for romance this year by Tripadvisor, it is Irish all the way for owners Helen and Brian Heaton. The 12 rooms have King Koil beds.”

“Frank and Mary Slattery, proprietors of Carrig Country House in Killorglin, Co Kerry. They were able to get a King Koil six-foot mattress to fit it (an Indian Maharaja’s bed frame) exactly and designed the canopy drapes in an Indian style. It must be the only hotel in Ireland with a Maharaja’s bed and “everyone who sleeps in it loves it”, says Frank.

 

 

 

 

 

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