How do beds impact the difference between a hotel and the rest of the chain?

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.

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Grand Hyatt Fukuoka Club King Bed

And the Park Hyatt Seoul.

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Park Hyatt Seoul Park King Bed

And the Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui.

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Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui King Room Bed

And the Andaz Amsterdam.

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Andaz Amsterdam Large Garden View King Fish Bed

Now take a look at the bed from the Park Hyatt Chicago.

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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…

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Westin Warsaw Deluxe Suite Bed

…and the Element Denver Park Meadows…

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Element Denver Park Meadows Room Bed

…and the Westin Siray Bay Phuket, the Westin New York Grand Central and the Westin Bellevue…

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Westin Siray Bay Phuket Splash Suite Bed

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Westin New York Grand Central Traditional Double Bedroom Bed

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Westin Bellevue Corner Studio Suite Bed

…but definitely not at the Westin Nagoya Castle, which features an asphalt bed with rock for bedding.

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Westin Nagoya Castle Deluxe Room Bed

I mean, does this make Chicago/Nagoya any different? (Note that these are not the only exceptions)

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