Le’vista Standard Hotel Pillows, 2-Pack

Last updated date: August 7, 2020

DWYM Score
9.2

Le’vista Standard Hotel Pillows, 2-Pack

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Overall Take

These hotel pillows come in packs of two and are made from a cotton polyester blend. They're designed to be comfortable for all sleeping positions. Since these pillows arrive compressed, you'll need to wait 24 hours to use them once you remove them from the packaging. In our analysis of 43 expert reviews, the Le'vista Le'vista Standard Hotel Pillows, 2-Pack placed 3rd when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note August 7, 2020:
Checkout The Best Hotel Pillows for a detailed review of all the top hotel pillows.

Expert Summarized Score
8.0
6 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
8.2
2,888 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
Great price for a pair of pillows, hypoallergenic and machine washable, good level of support, soft and comfortable
- Business Insider
This was another reviewer favorite — one commenter said, “I’m suspicious of these pillows because they seem too perfect for this world” — for their softness and easy fluffability (not to mention the low price tag).
- New York Mag
“These are the best pillows I have ever owned. They are so comfortable and resistant to allergens. They are soft but still support my neck. All this and they are not over priced. Great pillows and a good deal too.”
- Bustle
This hypoallergenic pillow is made of polyester and cotton and is adaptable to all sleeping positions.
- My Domaine
They’re fairly large and soft to the touch.
- Apartment Therapy
Designed to be machine washable and dryer safe to make it easier to clean
- Mattress1000
What experts didn't like
A few buyers complained the pillows were too soft, while others said they were too hard
- Business Insider
I was not impressed with this pillow. I don’t understand the 4.5-star review. It’s pretty generic, to be honest, and feels cheap (and small). As a back sleeper, my head kind of just sunk into it, while the fluff raised up along the sides of my cheeks in a way that was almost suffocating.
- Apartment Therapy
Loses its shape after a couple months of regular use
- Mattress1000

From The Manufacturer

Smart Home Bedding pillows is a luxury Fiber-Filled Pillows. give your bedroom a royal, luxurious & stylish & great comfort. The set of two down alternative pillows features soft fiber filling for support & perfect for allergy sufferers. The cover/shell is made of poly mercerized cotton. pillows resist shifting and pillow compression over time. Full pillow stuffing allows for maximum comfort in any sleeping position.

Overall Product Rankings

COZSINOOR Dream Series Hotel Pillows, 2-Pack
2. COZSINOOR Dream Series Hotel Pillows, 2-Pack
Overall Score: 9.3
Expert Reviews: 7
Le’vista Standard Hotel Pillows, 2-Pack
3. Le’vista Standard Hotel Pillows, 2-Pack
Overall Score: 9.2
Expert Reviews: 6
SUMITU Hypoallergenic Gel Hotel Pillows, 2-Pack
4. SUMITU Hypoallergenic Gel Hotel Pillows, 2-Pack
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 3
White Classic Down Alternative Hotel Pillows, 2-Pack
5. White Classic Down Alternative Hotel Pillows, 2-Pack
Overall Score: 8.8
Expert Reviews: 3

An Overview On Hotel Pillows

Hotels design their pillows with guests’ ultimate comfort in mind. The pillows on hotel beds are typically of a higher quality than the standard pillows you have on your bed at home, which is why they are so coveted. If you’re looking to improve your sleep or turn your guest room into an oasis for family and friends when they visit, you’ll want to buy a set of hotel pillows.

Start off reviewing the material used to make the hotel pillows. Pillows made from 100% natural cotton are ideal, as they are eco-friendly, soft and breathable. Of course, a cotton/polyester blend is also beneficial, as it’s more durable and elastic, and it won’t shrink when washed, like pure cotton often does.

Check out the hotel pillows’ filling next. You want to make sure the materials used are hypoallergenic, especially if you or someone in your family suffers from allergies. Some pillows contain a poly gel-filled fiber, which will help keep you cool while you sleep. Others are filled with a plush hollow fiber that is not only comfortable, it also provides head and neck support. This way, you don’t wake up with a headache or stiff neck.

Next, choose your hotel pillow based on your sleeping position. For example, pillows with a no-shift construction have a quick rebound and never let your head sink too far down into the pillow. This is ideal for stomach and side sleepers, as the sides of the pillow won’t fluff up around your face. Some hotel pillows, like the Le’vista Standard Hotel Pillows, are made to be comfortable for all sleep positions.

Finally, consider any extras that add value to the hotel pillow. The SUMITU Hypoallergenic Gel Hotel Pillows are fade- and stain-resistant, which means they’ll continue to look new over time. Meanwhile, the COZSINOOR Dream Series Hotel Pillows offer an elegant design with their sleek striped embossed pillow covers and double-edged stitching.

DWYM Fun Fact

The tags on hotel pillows started to become a requirement during the 1800s when it was discovered that some manufacturers were trying to save money by stuffing mattresses and pillows with old, used bedding, some of which potentially carried smallpox and tuberculosis. Thanks to the tag, you now know exactly what your pillow is filled with.

Here are a few more interesting hotel pillow facts:

  • Of all the items in a hotel room, pillows are the most frequently stolen.
  • Hotel pillows are replaced much more frequently than the pillows you have at home. Most are swapped out every 12 to 24 months, depending on their type. The Wyndham brand actually bought over a million pillows for their hotels in 2017.
  • Many of the hotels in Singapore actually offer their guests a pillow menu. Visitors can select just how firm or soft they want their pillows to be.

The Hotel Pillow Buying Guide

  • Stomach sleepers will want to look for a hotel pillow that doesn’t fluff up around their face when they lay down at night.
  • Always check the hotel pillow’s product care label to determine how the pillows are to be cleaned. Some can be washed in temperatures of up to 86 degrees Fahrenheit, while others need to be cleaned using the gentle cycle with cold water. You may also be able to place the pillows out in the sun to dry or set them in the dryer using the tumble dry on low setting.
  • Covering the pillows with a quality pillowcase will reduce how often you need to wash the entire pillow. Pillowcases are also easier to wash, as they can be tossed right in with your clothes. If you want to go a step further, encase your pillow in a pillow protector and then pull a pillowcase over it.
  • It’s good practice to fluff your pillow each morning. This will return the pillow back to its original shape and extend its life, so you don’t have to replace it prematurely.
  • One of the factors you’ll want to consider after narrowing down your choices to two or three hotel pillows is price. You’ll find the Le’vista Standard Hotel Pillows are the most affordable of the bunch. The COZSINOOR Dream Series Hotel Pillows and the SUMITU Hypoallergenic Gel Hotel Pillows have a more moderate price tag, while the Beckham Luxury Hypoallergenic Luxury Gel Hotel Pillow comes in at the highest cost per pillow.