Savoir Three Sixty Bed Should Guarantee a Good Night’s Sleep at £250,000

Savoir The Three Sixty, image courtesy Savoir

Savoir has introduced what it calls “the world’s most luxurious bed” for those wanting to push the boundaries of bespoke. The Three Sixty, a hand-crafted rotating bed with leather and maple frame and yak-fibre cover, costs from £250,000.

The smoothly curved exterior upholstered in soft leather contributes to a contemporary design, with a flowing sphere birds-eye maple frame encircling the bed to create a sense of symmetry.

The arched interior with its Italian Dedar 100% cotton velvet finish creates a cocooning effect, while the precision lines created by the curved ribs provide a comforting sense of privacy.


The Three Sixty discreetly features turnable technology to rotate 360 degrees using an app, and reading lights designed specifically for the bed have been incorporated along with power and USB outlets, without interrupting the design aesthetic.

The Three Sixty features an exclusive HKy topper made with rare natural fibres of an indigenous species of Yak from the Khangai region of Mongolia. Four kilograms of Tengri noble yak fibres, hand-combed from 40 yaks, fill the luxurious topper. With only 100 grams of fibre available from each yak per year, the HKy topper defines exclusive luxury. The fibre, which is as soft as cashmere, is warmer than Merino wool and naturally resistant to odours and water.

Savoir The Three Sixty detail, image courtesy Savoir

Alistair Hughes, MD of Savoir commented: “The Three Sixty takes the art of fine bed-making to undreamed-of levels of comfort and luxury. Formed around our No. 1, the detail is pure perfection. Our craftsmen execute every element seamlessly, and every night you will feel the difference. We’ve worked with a selection of leading experts to ensure every element of The Three Sixty is exquisite. From renowned leather artist Bill Amberg, to deliver the finest leather stitching, to the world’s leading creator of bespoke turntable technology to produce a movement that is exquisitely smooth and soundless.”


Each Savoir bed is made in a traditional way, handcrafted by an in-house team of artisans, and 300 craft hours are invested in The Three Sixty.

Savoir beds were first created for The Savoy Hotel in 1905, and are still hand-made in the UK using the finest natural materials and skilled craftsmanship. Each mattress is made by one craftsman for a specific client, tailored to their precise needs. Bespoke upholstery and headboards allow a client to be fitted for the right bed, offering what Savoir describes as “the perfect night’s sleep, and an investment that pays off every morning of your life”. There are 14 Savoir showrooms around the world, including London, New York, Paris and  Shanghai.

The Three Sixty will be available exclusively in Harrods from June. A full bedset, as pictured, starts from £250,000.

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