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Dramatic Designs: Toronto's Hazelton Hotel's $99,900 bed

Posted by Melanie Nayer  September 3, 2012 07:28 AM

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The Hazelton Hotel is gearing up for A-list overnighters in advance of Toronto's 37th International Film Festival, which kicks off this week. The pièce de résistance: a bed made for a celeb's budget.

vividus_env3.jpegTo accommodate the wishes of one of its upcoming guests, The Hazelton Hotel entered into an arrangement with Hastens, a leader in handcrafted luxury beds and bedding. The bed on request: the company's Vividus bed and accompanying mattress, which has a price tag of $99,900.

"TIFF represents the pinnacle achievement for our guest services team," David Mounteer, general manager of The Hazelton Hotel, said in a statement. "While we will never reveal the names of our guests, as privacy is of the utmost importance, we can tell you that their personal requirements are data-based and stored for each return visit."

Vividus by Hastens is considered to be one of the most comfortable and luxurious bed that one can sleep on, thanks to its handcrafted design and natural materials. Maybe, this is the reason why all the A-list guests at Hazelton Hotel wish to sleep on the beds like Vividus only. By this way, Hazelton Hotel and Hastens share a very unique bond that sustains luxury for the people who do not wish to compromise with the quality of sleep.

Want to sleep like a celeb? The Hazelton Hotel, located Toronto's exclusive Yorkville district, has 77 rooms and suites and is home to a 25-seat Hollywood-standard, private screening room.

Photo: Courtesy of Hastens

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Melanie Nayer is a travel writer who spent many years in the newsroom before jetting off to see the world. Her goal is to bring readers the best insider information More »

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