Premier Inn mattresses, beds, pillows and bedding

Buy a Premier Inn Hypnos bed for your home

At Premier Inn, we’re all about comfort, quality and, of course, a great night’s sleep. A big part of that is all thanks to our luxury Hypnos beds in every room. Now, you can enjoy a Premier Inn sleep at home by buying your own super-comfy Hypnos mattress. With a thousand pocket springs supporting a pillow-top mattress you won’t just be waking up on the right side, but the right bed.

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Buy Premier Inn pillows and bedding for your home

Everyone loves feeling snug in a super-comfy bedding at night, so why not treat yourself to some hotel-quality pillows or a duvet to enjoy in the comfort of your home? Take your pick from our great-value range of hotel bedding – the same bedding that you’ve come to know and love in our Premier Inn hotels – available in soft synthetic fibres or breathable natural materials. Choose the best bedding for you, get it delivered to your door, and look forward to a luxurious sleep every night. 

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The Premier Inn Pillow Top mattress by Hypnos

For a luxurious sleep every night of the week, our Premier Inn bed is the perfect choice for your home. It’s a solid-top deep divan with a super-comfy mattress, all hand-crafted by award-winning bedmakers Hypnos. Each mattress is made with over 1000 pocket springs, then wrapped in hypoallergenic fabric before being tufted and finished with a wool-filled soft topper.

Take your pick from four standard bed sizes – Single, Double, King or Super King. You can buy just the mattress on its own, or the mattress with a choice of two divan bases – one with no drawers and one with two drawers on either side of the foot end.

For more information on our Hypnos products, check out our FAQs at the bottom of this page.
 

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Hypnos bed prices

You’ll find prices for the different sizes of the Premier Inn bed listed below. These prices include VAT at the current rate, as well as installation. They also include delivery to mainland locations in the UK. Delivery to other UK locations is available at a surcharge.

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Single (90x190cm)

Mattress £395

Mattress & divan £630

Mattress & 2-drawer divan £715

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Double (135x190cm)

Mattress £515

Mattress & divan £870

Mattress & 2-drawer divan £960

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King size (150x200cm)

Mattress £580

Mattress & divan £990

Mattress & 2-drawer divan £1080

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Super king (180x200cm)

Mattress £695

Mattress & divan £1155

Mattress & 2-drawer divan £1245

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Buy our Premier Inn pillows

Two soft pillows / Two firm pillows including two quilted pillow protectors 

Rest easy with a pair of our best-ever Premier Inn pillows, filled with super-fine polyester threads and designed to feel just like down to offer you hotel-quality comfort at home. If you’re after breathable, easy to wash pillows that comfortably mould to the shape of your head during the night, then our luxurious microfibre pillows are ideal. What’s more, our quilted cotton-polyester protectors are easy to wash, too, and will keep your pillows extra fresh.  

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Product details

* Soft Pillows x2, 76x44cm, 500g (78x46cm with protector).
* Firm Pillow x2, 76x44cm, 700g (78x46cm with protector).
* Microfibre blend
* Machine washable at 40℃
* Hypoallergenic
* Hotel quality
* Set of two soft or firm pillows (plus protectors) – £30 (including VAT).

 

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Buy our Premier Inn duvet

Single / Double / King / Super King Duvet 10.5 tog or 4.5 (summer) tog

Hotel quality in the comfort of home. Take your pick from our 10.5 or 4.5 tog duvet options, and rest easy with our choice of cosy, best-ever duvets. The microfibre blend makes our premium duvets extremely light, soft and plush, providing you with comfort you can count on.

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Product details

* Single Duvet (135x200cm), Double Duvet (200x200cm), King Duvet (225x220cm), Super King Duvet (260x200cm)
* Microfibre blend
* Machine washable at 40℃
* Hypoallergenic
* Hotel quality
* Prices start from £25
 

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Buy our Premier Inn duvet and pillows bundles

Single / Double / King / Super King Duvet 10.5 tog or 4.5 (summer) tog & Two soft pillows / Two firm pillows including two quilted pillow protectors  Duvet 10.5 tog or 4.5 (summer) tog
 

Enjoy a 10% saving on individual product prices when you buy them as a bundle. Get the Premier Inn experience at home with a luxurious Premier Inn pillows & duvet bundle. Our best-ever microfibre pillows & duvets are filled with incredibly fine threads of polyester and have been designed to offer you that ‘feather down feel’ and comfort you can count on every night.

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Product details

* Soft Pillows x2, 76x44cm, 500g (78x46cm with protector).
* Firm Pillows x2, 76x44cm, 700g (78x46cm with protector
* Single Duvet (135x200cm), Double Duvet (200x200cm), King Duvet (225x220cm), Super King Duvet (260x200cm)
* Microfibre blend
* Machine washable at 40℃
* Hypoallergenic
* Hotel quality
* Prices start from £49.50
 

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FAQs on mattresses

  1. Which mattress is best for back pain?
    The best mattresses for back pain are ones that support your spine while sleeping. Memory foam and pocket sprung mattresses are among the best beds for back pain.

  2. Is a hard bed good for a bad back?
    If you have a bad back, your bed should be strong enough to support your body while you sleep, but not too hard that your back becomes rigid. A bed with a medium firmness should do the trick.

  3. What type of mattress is best for side sleepers?
    A medium to soft mattress is best for side sleepers to avoid putting too much pressure on your hips and shoulders in the night.

  4. How do I choose a good mattress?
    Choosing a good mattress is key for enjoying a great night’s sleep. It’s best to do some research, read online reviews and even try out some mattresses to find out which bed works best for you.

  5. Is it better to have more coils in a mattress?
    The more coils in a mattress, the better the support while you sleep, and the longer your mattress should last.

  6. What is a pillow top mattress?
    Pillow top mattresses are mattresses that come with an extra layer of soft padding for added comfort.

  7. What are pocket springs in a bed?
    Unlike traditional mattresses where bed springs are interconnected, a pocket spring mattress wraps each spring in its own fabric pocket, allowing each spring to move independently for a more comfortable and supportive night’s sleep.
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FAQs on beds

  1. Is a divan bed better?
    A divan bed is better at saving space in your bedroom, providing a comfortable bed with built in storage solutions that may take up less space than a bed frame.

  2. What is a divan?
    A divan is a wooden bed frame that’s covered in fabric with a mattress on top, popular in the UK thanks to their stylish look and handy storage solutions.

  3. Are divan beds more comfortable?
    Divan beds are just as comfortable as other popular bed bases, depending on your choice of mattress. Our own stylish Divans are only available to purchase when you buy a mattress too, so check out our great-value selection.

  4. Can I put a new mattress on an old divan base?
    You can put a new mattress on an old divan base, but ideally, you should try to replace the whole bed as keeping an old base may impede the comfort of the new mattress.

  5. Can I buy a Premier Inn mattress?
    You can buy a Premier Inn mattress and enjoy a luxurious sleep on a Hypnos bed every night.

  6. What firmness of mattress do hotels use?
    Different mattresses are used in different hotels. At Premier Inn, our super-comfy Hypnos beds provide a medium firmness for a great night’s sleep.

  7. Are Hypnos mattresses worth the money?
    Hypnos beds are well made, luxuriously comfortable and great value for money. Make sure you do your own research and testing before buying a new bed to help ensure you’re happy with your purchase.
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FAQs on pillows

  1. What pillows do nice hotels use?
    Different luxury hotels offer different pillows. At Premier Inn, we offer a choice of firm or soft pillows, and you can buy some for yourself, too.

  2. What pillows should I use if I sleep on my back?
    If you sleep on your back, your pillow should be lower than it would be for side sleepers. Choose a comfy, supportive pillow for under your head, and maybe try another pillow under your knees to support your spine.

  3. What pillows are best if I sleep on my side?
    The best pillow for side sleepers is a firm pillow, high enough to fill the gap between your shoulder and your head.

  4. What type of pillow firmness should I buy?
    Pillow firmness depends on your sleeping position as well as the firmness of your mattress. If you sleep on your back or side, your pillow should be firmer than if you sleep on your front.

  5. Why are hotel pillows so fluffy?
    Our hotel pillows feel fluffy because of their soft fibre fillings – and because they’ve been freshly plumped by our staff.

  6. What does a pillow protector do?
    Pillow protectors provide a protective layer for your pillows, keeping them safe from stains and nightly wear and tear.

  7. Are pillows machine washable?
    Most pillows are machine washable, but it’s always worth checking the label. Our Premier Inn pillows and their protectors are machine washable.
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FAQs on bedding

  1. How often should I wash my duvet?
    Giving your duvet a wash around three or five times a year is ideal for keeping your quilt super-soft and clean.

  2. What does a mattress protector do?
    A mattress protector is a piece of bedding that helps protect your mattress from dirt and general wear and tear, in much the same way as pillow protectors keep your pillows safe. They’re mostly made of super-soft materials – like our own Premier Inn mattress protectors – and are attached to the mattress before putting the bottom sheet on a bed.

  3. How often should I wash my mattress protector?
    Mattress protectors don’t need to be washed as often as your bed sheets, but ideally, you’ll want to give them a good wash every two or three months.

  4. What bedding do I need?
    Finding the right bedding to suit your style and comfort needs isn’t easy – that’s why it’s always best to do your research to help find your perfect bedding based on room temperatures and sleep styles. If you’re looking for great-value white bedding sets, why not check out our Premier Inn Pillow and Duvet Bundles?

  5. Can I buy Premier Inn bedding?
    Whether you’re looking for king size duvets or super-comfy pillows to give your bed a boost, we’ve got an exciting range of Premier Inn bedding to give you a hotel-quality sleep at home. Check out our Premier Inn pillows and Premier Inn duvets to get inspired. Plus, if you buy one of our Pillow and Duvet Bundles, you save 10% off individual product prices.

  6. How often should I wash my sheets?
    It’s best to wash your bed sheets every couple of weeks. Not only does it help keep your bedding clean and fresh, it’s also important if you have allergies, as you’re tackling the general build-up of dust that gathers on your bedding throughout the week.

  7. What temperature should I wash my sheets at?
    Although it depends on exactly what materials you’re washing, a 60-degree wash or higher is ideal for giving your bed sheets a thorough clean. 

  8. What is a duvet tog?
    Essentially, a tog is just a way of measuring how well your duvet retains heat. There’s a ‘tog scale’ when it comes to buying duvets, ranging from 1 tog to 15 togs. 1 tog duvets are the coolest, and 15 tog duvets are the warmest. A 10.5 tog is one of the most popular duvets in the UK. 

  9. What tog duvet for summer nights?
    If you’re looking for the best summer duvet, try aiming for a duvet with a tog rating anywhere between 2.5 and 7.5 – a light duvet in this range is one of the best ways to stay cool on warm nights.

  10. What tog duvet for winter nights?
    The higher the tog rating, the warmer your duvet will be, but keep in mind that the 15-tog duvet – the highest on the tog rating – may be a little too hot to sleep with every night. For the best winter duvets in the UK, aim for somewhere in the range of between a 10.5 and 13.5 tog duvet.
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