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Inflatable sleeping pad


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Mar 24, 2018
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We sometimes have to use the sofa bed when we are at a timeshare, not the most comfortable. Has anyone used an inflatable sleeping pad like this one to put on top of the sofa bed mattress?

I see they are cheap and lightweight, I am thinking to give it a try for our next trip. I know some resorts may provide mattress pads on demand but I am not sure I can count on them every time we need one. What was your experience?


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Jul 30, 2019
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St. Augustine
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CWA, Ocean Blvd, Fairfield Glade
We have an inflatable mattress that we have used and it is quite comfortable. It’s great on a sofa bed but can also just be placed on the floor. Of course, it is thicker than the pad and ours is queen size so it’s much much wider than the pad linked above. It is still very compact when deflated, about the size of a plastic grocery bag full of groceries.

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