Yep— that’s how inviting Westin’s signature Heavenly Bed looked on our recent trip to the Westin La Paloma in Arizona.
“Ummm… Babe? You’re sleeping in the crib.”
No way was I letting that little tyrant takeover my pillowtop mattress, crisp white comforter and fluffy pillows. That bed was ALL MINE.
When you have a child, making the bed is probably one of the first household chores to go, so coming back to a fully made bed every night of our stay was a rare treat.
Pulling back those covers, resting my weary sun-soaked head, reflecting on our day of swimming and massages and finding sweet sweet sleep.
Of course, sleep tends to get interrupted when you are traveling with a toddler who’s internal clock is three hours ahead of time. So let’s just say, I found out what it was like to fall sleep in that bed several more times than our three-day stay would suggest.
And when I woke up in the morning wanting to stay in bed for as long as humanly possible but was forced out due to a toddler demanding breakfast with a heaping side of attention?
Let’s just say it was a very good thing I had the Westin’s signature Heavenly Shower to start my day.
Nothing wakes a tired parent up better than a hot shower with the perfect amount of pressure.
“Good morning, room service. Do you think someone could deliver my child some milk and cheerios, while I laze around in my bath robe? Thank you.”