Pillow Talk

When you travel, do you take your own pillow?

39 Answers

We don't, but we do know people who always travel with theirs. I've heard it's so they can sleep on the plane or in the car more comfortably, and I've also heard that it's because they don't want to be using what could be an unclean pillow from a previous hotel or cruise ship guest.

does anyone know how often pillows are washed or changed in hotels or cruise ship? They can harbour a lot of "stuff", even with a pillowcase, which I prefer not to think about .Wink

THAT would require two extra pieces of luggage.

You could carry on a pillow - I see that at airports a lot.

Just a pillow for my wife's back

I have never taken a pillow with me.

I sleep inclined sort of sitting up and use 4 pillows a nights.

We never bring a pillow when we travel. The pillows on ships or in hotels are better than the ones I use at home… Surprised

I do bring my own silk pillowcase which I pack things in ...

Nope.... Just like We cruise too stated.... The pillows on ships and hotels are better than what I have at home.

Never. And never had a problem with a hotel or ship pillow. I can sleep on a cactus, in August, in the desert sun.

BUT, prefer a Princes pillow, on a Caribbean cruise, in December.


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