This London hotel reckons it has the most comfortable bed in the world
Нийтлэгдсэн огноо: 2017-11-28 11:11:00
The Savoy has a new bed in their Royal Suite that is stuffed with the hair of a Mongolian yak - but the room costs from £1,400 per night.
LONDON isn’t the first place you’d think of when looking for a restful city break.
But it turns out that one of the capital’s top hotels might have the most comfortable beds in the world.
The Savoy has a new bed in their grandest room that is stuffed with hair from an indigenous species of Yak from the Khangai region of Mongolia.
The bed - made in a collaboration between Savoir and British fashion specialist Tengri - is being placed in the hotel’s Royal Suite.
The yak-stuffed mattress on the four poster bed will “transcend all levels of comfort currently available.”
Four kilograms of noble yak fibres, hand-combed from 40 yaks, will fill the luxurious topper in The Royal Suite.
With only 100 grams of fibre available from each yak per year, that’s no mean feat.
The bed is called the Savoir No 1 Khangai and a night on it in the Royal Suite will costs £1,400, and if you want to take the bed home, prices for a replica start at £70,525.
The comfy bed isn’t the only good thing about a night in the Royal Suite - the open-plan suite spans the entire riverside of the building on the fifth floor.
Guests also have access to the Savoy Royal Entourage, including a Savoy Butler, London concierge, chef and bartender, therapist, personal stylist/shopper, hairdresser and make-up artist, plus 24-hour access to The Savoy chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce.
Khangai Yak grow hair with unique textures and colourings, which is as soft as cashmere, warmer than merino wool and naturally resistant to odours and water.