What are the beds like at The Hermitage Hotel?

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Slip into a dream at The Hermitage Hotel, where the beds are custom-made and the pillow menu lets you choose the perfect prop for your head. Omaha Bedding Company, a small family-owned company that’s been in business since 1895, supplies the beds at this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel, custom-making every pillow-top mattress and box spring for a night of sleep so sound, you might never want to leave. Here’s the even better news: If you fall in love, you can order your own bed from Omaha for your home (many guests at The Hermitage have). Unparalleled in quality are the cozy down-filled duvets and luxurious 600-thread-count Italian Frette linens that top the beds. And of course, a Five-Star hotel like The Hermitage doesn’t offer just one type of pillow — the menu includes buckwheat, memory foam, latex and down options.

Hayley Bosch

If a comfortable, cloudlike bed is high up on your hotel checklist, look no further than The Hermitage Hotel. Swaddled in luxurious Frette linens, even slipping between the sheets is blissful. I recently stayed at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel while I was in Nashville to run the St. Jude Country Music Marathon in April, and after running 26.2 miles, nothing felt better than getting into bed — aside from my massage that I set up through the concierge. The beds are high up, so they can be a bit tough to get into (especially for someone short like me). I'm a big fan of down pillows, and the four pillows on each bed at The Hermitage were more than sufficient for me — I didn't even have to use my own pillow that I bring on every trip. And curling up beneath the down comforter just makes the entire experience that much cozier. Needless to say, you'll get a great night's rest during your stay at this Nashville hotel.

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