What are the beds like at The Peninsula Hong Kong?

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You’ll be tempted to sleep in late and go to bed early during your stay at The Peninsula Hong Kong in Kowloon, where the guest rooms and suites are furnished with plush king-sized beds that you comfortably sink into and only begrudgingly roll out of. Made with a white, rough-hewn decorative bed cover and four fluffy down pillows with neutral-colored pillow cases, the beds at this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Hong Kong hotel are beautifully complemented by the wall behind it decorated with cream-colored leather and long, vertical mirrors with art-deco style light fixtures. The room’s soft, 100-percent cotton linens are changed daily and custom-made for The Peninsula by luxury Italian bedding manufacturer Quagliotti.

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Allowing guests to sleep soundly despite jetlag is a signature aim of The Peninsula Hong Kong, one of the oldest and most venerable luxury hotels in the transient city. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel uses a special edition high-end Simmons mattress covered with Italian Quagliotti 300-thread-count linens made of 100 percent finely woven Egyptian cotton. Hidden under the sheets is an ultra-comfortable Muhldorfer feather mattress cover. Beds are finished with premium Muhldorfer down duvets and pillows. Rooms are also equipped with blackout window treatments, which can be controlled from a touch-screen, bedside tablet so you won’t have to jump out of bed to shutout early-morning sunlight.

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