By nature, humans are beings that crave comfort. We invented fire because rubbing your hands and then using them to warm your body was not convenient enough. Plus, that saved us the hassle of dealing with disease spread through food. We invented electricity because lamps required just way too much effort. Therefore, the price of the most expensive bed in the world shouldn’t surprise anyone.
The most expensive bed in the world also comes included with a fancy name – “The Vividus”. Made by the Swedish Hastens Company, it is going to be the bed of choice for people aboard the Regent Seven Seas Splendor.
What’s the Splendor you ask?
It’s arguably the best ship in this solar system. This cruise ship will set sail in 2020 and will feature the most fabulous and most expensive bed in the world.
“Is that all this supposed GOAT ship has” you ask?
Well…No! Of course not silly. This ship ain’t a one trick pony. Besides having the most expensive bed it also features a plethora of other luxurious stuff.
For example, The Regent Suite has a wall of windows all the way from floor to the ceiling. It can be found along the three sides of the ship. The view outside will be fresh every morning as you make your way through the most exclusive destinations in the world.
This suite is twice as massive as an average American home while it is 20 times larger than an average cruise ship’s offering. It has more than 3,000 square feet of interior accommodation alone. The total size is around 4.443 square feet. It features a personal sauna, steam, unlimited spa treatments, and a 1,300 square feet wrap-around veranda. A glass-enclosed solarium sitting area on top of the bridge and the most expensive bed ever also come bundled in this package.
Wait! There’s more…
Aside from being able to sleep in the lap of the most expensive bed, the guest will also get first-class domestic air accommodations. An Alfred will also be assigned to you should you decide to use your immense wealth to be a masked vigilante who protects the seven seas.
The butler will manage all aspects of your cruise experience and you will also be provided a personal car and a driver at every port.
Talk about convenience!
It still isn’t over though. You can also enjoy luxurious alcohols while taking a dip in your Treesse mini-pool spa inside the suite. The suite is fashioned out of exotic woods and Italian marble. When you finally lie down to rest on your most expensive bed you can appreciate the gold chandeliers, art sculptures and priceless works of art.
Jason Montague, president and chief executive officer of Regent Seven Seas Cruises says that. “The Regent Suite is the ultimate example of how Seven Seas Splendor will astonish luxury travelers. With an unrivaled experience, it will reflect the superior level of detail you’ll uncover throughout this stunning ship,” Can’t argue with that!
Impressed eh. Wanna know how to be a part of this?
For a chump change of $11,000 per night you can bask in the luxury of this ship. Or you could have…. The short story is that every inaugural cruise of it’s 2020 season sailings is sold out.
What are you supposed to do then?
Well, you can still enjoy sleeping on the most expensive bed. The Vividus after all is a product intended for a ‘broader’ audience. At $200.000 a pop, this mattress offers no compromises.
This mattress is awesome!
Intended for kings, the most expensive bed comes only in king size. Like a ferromagnetic fluid swallowing a magnet, this mattress will cocoon you in supreme comfort. Different layers of the finest cotton, horse hair, mohair, and wool are supported by hand-tied bolster strings. They breathe and neutralize moisture and keep your body temperature stable.
A special stitching technique ensures that the seams remain separated. This allows the mattress to become flexible and soft. The most expensive bed is truly the Roll-Royce of Rest©.
This handcrafted bed takes 320 hours for expert craftsmen to assemble. All this effort is invested to ensure that your muscles relax naturally and you have a heavenly sleeping experience. It’s no wonder that this is the most expensive bed in the world.
What are you waiting for then? Just contact the company’s one of several sleep consultants and get yourself a Vividus tailored to your taste. While you leave, switch the lights off please. Why you ask? Nothing much really. I am just off to doze on my plebeian mattress.
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