Premier Inn Hypnos Mattress from £360 with free mainland delivery.
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Premier Inn Hypnos Mattress from £360 with free mainland delivery.

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Found 8th Sep 2017
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The luxury, king-size Premier Inn bed has over 1,000 pocket springs, providing individual, contoured support throughout the mattress – wherever and whenever it’s needed – for that “floating on a cloud” feeling.The mattress is enhanced with a super-comfortable, thick wool mattress topper, creating a luxurious, extra-cosy layer. It also helps to regulate body temperature for a truly serene sleep.The hypoallergenic mattress fabric means that allergy sufferers can enjoy a great night’s rest too.The Premier Inn beds are available in single (90x190cm), double (135x190cm), king size (150x200cm) and super king (180x200cm). The bed is made up of a luxury Hypnos mattress, with integral soft topper, plus a taupe divan base. The divan varies slightly from that found in a Premier Inn room in terms of colour, height and style to ensure we provide a divan in a neutral colour (see image to the right), with the option of incorporating storage drawers. All divans, beside the single divan, are made up of two pieces.

Cost & how to order from Hypnos

Prices for the different sizes of the Premier Inn bed are detailed below. Prices include VAT at the current rate and installation. They also include delivery to ‘mainland’ locations in the UK. Delivery to other UK locations is available at a surcharge. Please check delivery charges with Hypnos.

To order

To order simply call Hypnos on 0845 5199 695 or email premier@hypnosbeds.com. Lines are open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

Single (90x190cm)

Mattress £360

Mattress & divan £570

Mattress & 2-drawer divan £650

Double (135x190cm)

Mattress £465

Mattress & divan £790

Mattress & 2-drawer divan £870

King size (150x200cm)

Mattress £525

Mattress & divan £900

Mattress & 2-drawer divan £980

Super king (180x200cm)

Mattress £630

Mattress & divan £1050

Mattress & 2-drawer divan £1130

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How long will it take to make and deliver the bed?

Hypnos and their home delivery agent aim to make and deliver the bed within 28 working days.
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Won't Premier Inn want it back?
lumsdot19 m ago

i would rather buy a new mattress, than one which has been used in a …i would rather buy a new mattress, than one which has been used in a Premier Inn


What's wrong with a second hand mattress?


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Just be aware that if you order it without the sprung divan base, it will be nowhere near as comfy as the ones in Premier Inn! I made the same mistake and put it on a slatted base, it was a lot firmer.
This is a pillow top mattress. Not recommended because they are much more likely to sag within 3 years than a normal mattress is. Also they need to be rotated much more often than a normal mattress. Edge support is lacking too. On the plus side, they conform better to the shape of the body.

I would personally avoid pillowtop mattresses due to durability problems. It is more suited to a hotel as a hotel would need to replace their mattresses more often than you would at home for other reasons. So low durability of this mattress is not an issue for a hotel.
Edited by: "dz1" 9th Sep 2017
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A king mattress costs £525... they are very good but at a cost.
Hypnos make great quality mattresses.

I'm always a bit wary about a mattress that not only can't be flipped, it's not even designed for turning. It'll be comfy but I'm not sure it'd last the ~10 years you'd hope for from a quality mattress so that's a hidden cost to factor in.
abigsmurf10 m ago

Hypnos make great quality mattresses. I'm always a bit wary about a …Hypnos make great quality mattresses. I'm always a bit wary about a mattress that not only can't be flipped, it's not even designed for turning. It'll be comfy but I'm not sure it'd last the ~10 years you'd hope for from a quality mattress so that's a hidden cost to factor in.

Fair point - We purchased a similar one from Sealy that can't be flipped. That said, we've had it for over 8yrs and it's the pretty much the same as when we first bought it, no sign of giving in just yet 🙌
abigsmurf10 m ago

Hypnos make great quality mattresses. I'm always a bit wary about a …Hypnos make great quality mattresses. I'm always a bit wary about a mattress that not only can't be flipped, it's not even designed for turning. It'll be comfy but I'm not sure it'd last the ~10 years you'd hope for from a quality mattress so that's a hidden cost to factor in.

I view it that they don't need to be turned or flipped because they are better quality, and just don't need to be.

I can't speak for long term as I don't have one, but I have slept on these mattresses and would certainly look at buying one if I needed one.

Mattresses are a personal thing, but I find these extremely comfortable.
Got one, like sleeping on a rock, I'm 14 stones and theres zero giive in it. Mightily uncomfortable for me, great for my other half. Takes all sorts I guess.
Got mine from previous owner and stuck a silentnight foam one on it 20 years ago ..still as ne
Won't Premier Inn want it back?
These good for young kids, my 9 year old needs a new mattress?
Is this a firm or medium mattress ? Any ideas ?
Teezer6 h, 29 m ago

These good for young kids, my 9 year old needs a new mattress?


Probably, but assuming it's a single the price is pretty steep at £360. I bought a mattress for a 10 year old from Strictly Beds and Bunks and it was fine. You'll find better value elsewhere.
hottoast10 h, 21 m ago

I can't speak for long term as I don't have one,


That's awful! Why not
I had a hard time finding a mattress that felt comfortable for me but I would highly recommend John Ryan. Just tell them your weight and how soft or firm you want it and they will recommend a suitable one from their range. Very happy with ours. All the ones I tried before were too firm.
ourdave3 h, 51 m ago

That's awful! Why not

As in I don't have a Hypnos so can't vouch for them long term.

My current mattress is only 5 years old, and was my first expensive mattress. I sleep well, so I think it is worth it.

It was much dearer than a Hypnos.

When I buy again, the first one I look at will be Hypnos.
Edited by: "hottoast" 9th Sep 2017
i would rather buy a new mattress, than one which has been used in a Premier Inn
Any idea which pillows they use?
abigsmurf14 h, 50 m ago

, it's not even designed for turning.


Are you sure? My Premier Inn branded mattress (via staff sales) has a label on as a reminder for 3 month turning (head to toe). As you say, it cannot be flipped but it can be turned.
lumsdot19 m ago

i would rather buy a new mattress, than one which has been used in a …i would rather buy a new mattress, than one which has been used in a Premier Inn


What's wrong with a second hand mattress?


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These are new mattreses anyway
Is there a place to try these out? Was it a joke or are they really used by Premier Inn?
You spend up to a third of your life in bed so money spent on a good mattress is money well spent. Can't vouch for this particular one and I'm sure premier in don't pay £525 each for their mattresses
futura18 m ago

You spend up to a third of your life in bed so money spent on a good …You spend up to a third of your life in bed so money spent on a good mattress is money well spent. Can't vouch for this particular one and I'm sure premier in don't pay £525 each for their mattresses


They buy in bulk lol so will pay peanuts lol
CrispyColonel15 h, 56 m ago

Fair point - We purchased a similar one from Sealy that can't be flipped. …Fair point - We purchased a similar one from Sealy that can't be flipped. That said, we've had it for over 8yrs and it's the pretty much the same as when we first bought it, no sign of giving in just yet 🙌

I have an IKEA mattress that can't be flipped and that has 25 year warranty
FrugalFergal50 m ago

Is there a place to try these out? Was it a joke or are they really used …Is there a place to try these out? Was it a joke or are they really used by Premier Inn?


These are really hard and yes used by premier inn, I personally think the new mattresses used by Travelodge are much better, firm but not as firm but much more comfortable and available to order. sleepeezee.co.uk/tra…dge
Edited by: "angie14" 9th Sep 2017
Has anyone tried the Simba mattress?
Need a new mattress, but reluctant to pay £700 unless its all its hyped up to be?
Will look at this one too....obviously a better price.
FrugalFergal1 h, 11 m ago

Is there a place to try these out? Was it a joke or are they really used …Is there a place to try these out? Was it a joke or are they really used by Premier Inn?



It was a joke.

This is the same brand that is used by premier inn , but these are brand new ones. Mine has the hypnos and the premier inn logos as it was a staff sale but these ones will only have the hypnos logo.
Every time I've slept at a premier inn I've ended up with back ache for the morning. Far to firm for me. prefer my slumberland by far.
Just be aware that if you order it without the sprung divan base, it will be nowhere near as comfy as the ones in Premier Inn! I made the same mistake and put it on a slatted base, it was a lot firmer.
Bought a Super King from Ikea few years back but has proved to be a bit disappointing. Tempted to buy this one but don't know how good it would be compared to my Ikea one as I've never slept on a Hypnos mattress.
This is a pillow top mattress. Not recommended because they are much more likely to sag within 3 years than a normal mattress is. Also they need to be rotated much more often than a normal mattress. Edge support is lacking too. On the plus side, they conform better to the shape of the body.

I would personally avoid pillowtop mattresses due to durability problems. It is more suited to a hotel as a hotel would need to replace their mattresses more often than you would at home for other reasons. So low durability of this mattress is not an issue for a hotel.
Edited by: "dz1" 9th Sep 2017
mumba4 h, 10 m ago

Has anyone tried the Simba mattress?


Yes I've got a double one. Nearing the end of the 100 day trial and mulling sending it back. Mainly because you get roll together but also because it's not as soft as I'd hoped it would be. On the plus side aches and pains I had from my old mattress have gone now. If you're in the market for a new mattress it's worth a try with the trial. They apparently just need an email and will come and pick it up no quibble. I think if you get referred you get 50 quid off and the person who refers you get something too naturally.
mumba4 h, 11 m ago

Has anyone tried the Simba mattress?




Be careful with those heavily advertised foam mattresses, they're backed by big investment firms who pump the money into advertising (the product quality is in a distinct second in their priorities).

There are attempts to address the big flaws of foam mattresses but they still suffer from them to a degree: poor bounceback (makes a difference for bouncing related activities) and they're bad for anyone who gets too hot in bed.
futura5 h, 30 m ago

You spend up to a third of your life in bed so money spent on a good …You spend up to a third of your life in bed so money spent on a good mattress is money well spent. Can't vouch for this particular one and I'm sure premier in don't pay £525 each for their mattresses


I spend about half of mine, but I am a bit of a player.
Tarquin848429 m ago

I spend about half of mine, but I am a bit of a player.


Player with yourself ;-p
I was always like why spend a lot of money on a mattress? Until someone pointed out that you spend a third of your life in them ie 8 hours a day, or over 33 years assuming you live to 100.

I'll go back to sleep now
anthony6937 m ago

I was always like why spend a lot of money on a mattress? Until someone …I was always like why spend a lot of money on a mattress? Until someone pointed out that you spend a third of your life in them ie 8 hours a day, or over 33 years assuming you live to 100. I'll go back to sleep now





A few duck downs short of a duvet.

Yup, beds are very important
just got rid of my hypnos super king size mattress after 3 years, it was a complete pig to get upstairs as there was barely any flex in it to get it round the bannister and even turning it every 3 months took a lot of effort as it weighed a ton and is built like a challenger tank. Probably the most well made mattress we have owned but it was like sleeping on a paving slab. If you've got a bad back then it will probably suit but if you are used to memory foam then try one first. My partner never liked it to its firmness and to be honest after spending around £700 I was loathe to get rid of it after just three years but since ditching it for something softer I'm sleeping better for sure.
I'm not sure why this is a deal - they've been selling these for years at the same prices.

I got a king size one around a year and a half ago. It's pretty firm, maybe a little too firm, most will probably need a topper.
abigsmurf7 h, 16 m ago

Be careful with those heavily advertised foam mattresses, they're backed …Be careful with those heavily advertised foam mattresses, they're backed by big investment firms who pump the money into advertising (the product quality is in a distinct second in their priorities).There are attempts to address the big flaws of foam mattresses but they still suffer from them to a degree: poor bounceback (makes a difference for bouncing related activities) and they're bad for anyone who gets too hot in bed.


Yes, the marketing dept make up names like coolmax, but they cannot stop a big lump of foam from getting hot. Maybe coolmax reduces the temp by 0.5 of a degree.
It's like Duracell batteries running ten times longer than a totally old type of zinc carbon battery, dodgy marketing liars
If it's good enough for Lenny Henry then that's good enough for me.
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