World of Sleep in our Motorhomes

Well rested for every day of the holiday

In hotels, beds and mattresses are often a matter of luck. In your Eura Mobil, they are the result of careful development and your personal choice. And they’re there for every day of your holiday. Depending on the model series, floor plan and equipment, you can determine the arrangement and number of sleeping areas so that they best fit the number of travellers, your needs and not least your personal preferences. All of the variations are comfortable and practical. And in many cases, a room-dividing door separates the sleeping area from the living area, providing peace and privacy when you are travelling with several people. So you and your fellow travellers can start every day of the holiday well refreshed.

Highlights:

  • 7-zone cold foam mattresses mould perfectly to the sleeper's body
  • Stable bed bases some of them with underneath ventilation for an even better sleeping climate
  • LED reading lights for reading before bed or during the darker seasons
  • Practical storage areas near the bed for bits and bobs, drinks, reading material and more
  • Optional additional beds for other travellers, depending on the model series and floor plan
  • Mechanical or electrical lift-up beds for even more storage space, depending on the model series and floor plan
  • Mini skylights over the beds for a dream-like view of the stars

Bed variations in our motorhomes:

Personal Sleeping Comfort and Large Garage (EB)
Separate single beds are positioned lengthways to the direction of travel, with a central storage area or night stand. In most cases, the bed bases can be folded to allow access to the garage, which can be up to 125 cm high. With separate shower, also with room-dividing doors to the front of the vehicle. In series: Profila T/RS, Integra Line, Integra, Terrestra A/T
The Comfort Bedrooms (Low Single Beds / EB)
The separate single beds positioned lengthways to the direction of travel offer an especially comfortable, low bed access. A passageway leads from the washroom in the rear of the vehicle with separate shower, while a room-dividing door screens off the front of the vehicle. In series: Profila T/RS and Integra Line (730 EB)
Central Bed, Comfort Access from Two Sides (QB)
The double bed is installed longitudinally at the rear and offers night stands and wardrobes on the left and right. An adjustable bed frame often provides access to the storage space. If the bed is hydraulically height-adjustable, it allows a range of garage and bed access heights. In series: Profila One, Profila T / RS , Integra Line, Integra
Bedroom with Variable Use of Space (QB)
Two sliding doors from the sleeping area with queen-sized bed to the washroom and a room-dividing door from the washroom to the front of the vehicle make the shower, toilet cubicle and washroom each usable separately. The washroom with wash basin is installed centrally in front of the bed. In series: Profila T / RS, Integra Line
Comfort Bed for Compact Vehicle Lengths (SB)
The comfort bed offers low access; its frame can be folded up to provide access to the storage area. Access is available from the front and the side. Installed next to the bed is a lengthways washroom with separate shower. In series: Profila T, Profila RS, Terrestra T and Integra Line
Bed with Garage for Compact Superstructure Length (HB, VB)
The cross-ways installation of the rear bed or double bed allows a particularly efficient use of space - the beds fill the width of the vehicle with spacious garages underneath. A step in the foot section provides access. In all series (HB) except Terrestra T, VB in Active One