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5 Hotel-Like Bedrooms Perfect for Staycations

Feel the sheets and reward yourself with a good night's sleep

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Photography: Vincent Coscolluela (Main Photo)

There's nothing like a long and uninterrupted slumber after another work week. If you're one of the many who make it a point to stay in the bedroom a bit longer during long weekends, you may want to turn your sleeping space into a calming cocoon of sorts. A few updates and a new set of pillows can do a lot to help you create a hotel-like haven that you'd love to stay in.

Here are five bedrooms that will surely inspire you to get started. Remember, there's nothing like a rewarding staycation in the comfort of your own home sweet home, plus it's also free of charge:

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