Reading different Hyatt reviews on One Mile At A Time, I noticed something that I hadn’t noticed before.
Take a look at the bed from the Grand Hyatt Fukuoka.
Grand Hyatt Fukuoka Club King Bed
And the Park Hyatt Seoul.
Park Hyatt Seoul Park King Bed
And the Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui.
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui King Room Bed
And the Andaz Amsterdam.
Andaz Amsterdam Large Garden View King
Now take a look at the bed from the Park Hyatt Chicago.
Park Hyatt Chicago Water Tower View King Bed
Obviously I know which one I would like to sleep in (come on, a no brainer right? 5 pillows vs. 4), but do different bed hotels/cities containing them have any difference or superiority/inferiority?
Same goes for Westin. The Westin Heavenly Bed is featured at Westin Warsaw…
Westin Warsaw Deluxe Suite Bed
…and the Element Denver Park Meadows…
Element Denver Park Meadows Room Bed
…and the Westin Siray Bay Phuket, the Westin New York Grand Central and the Westin Bellevue…
Westin Siray Bay Phuket Splash Suite Bed
Westin New York Grand Central Traditional Double Bedroom Bed
Westin Bellevue Corner Studio Suite Bed
definitely not at the Westin Nagoya Castle, which features an asphalt bed with rock for bedding.
Westin Nagoya Castle Deluxe Room Bed
I mean, does this make Chicago/Nagoya any different? (Note that these are not the only exceptions)