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    A great night’s sleep is one of the most important parts of a hotel guest’s experience, making it a top priority for hoteliers. British bed and mattress manufacturer Sleepeezee recognises this, and its hospitality team provide an array of products and services to help you get the best night’s sleep.

    As Royal Warrant holders since 1963, its team of expert craftspeople are dedicated to combining innovative practices with market-leading designs to provide the right bed and mattress solutions for their customers. Established in 1924, Sleepeezee is best known for its popular mattress ranges, including the Travelodge DreamerTM, as well as premium mattresses, divans, headboards for hoteliers.

    a plush looking hotel room with pink and blue bed

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    All Sleepeezee mattresses are handmade to award-winning standards at the company’s factory in Rochester, Kent and come with a five-year guarantee. Sleepeezee’s hospitality mattresses can be tailored to optimise any space, offering the highest standards of quality and craftsmanship to meet the needs and budget specifications of its customers.

    Its premium hospitality service includes door-to-door delivery, providing a reliable supply chain that hoteliers can trust, and a professional installation service. No matter the size of your order, Sleepeezee ensures its hospitality beds are installed correctly and on time. The service takes the extra pressure off busy maintenance teams so that hotel guests can enjoy a comfortable night’s sleep as soon as possible.

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    Sleepeezee’s hospitality products are designed to be reactive to guests’ needs. The choice between a double-sided or non-flip mattress with either traditional materials or new technologies ensures there is a mattress solution to meet every need.

    With Sleepeezee’s quality products and services comes a focus on their environmental impact. As a carbon-neutral company since 2017, sustainability is a large part of its business. Sleepeezee has not sent waste to landfill since 2012, and since the company started measuring its organisational carbon footprint to PAS 2060 standard, using 2018 as a baseline year, it has reduced its absolute carbon emissions by 48.34 per cent (market-based methodology).

    Alongside this, Sleepeezee provides a removal and recycling service when it delivers mattresses. The service takes away customers’ packaging along with old mattresses and divan bases for a fuss-free and sustainable installation experience.

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