I have a king bed at home and always have had one. I have a queen in the motorhome and it is the one regret I had with the motorhome. It's just hard to adjust to a queen size bed when you're used to a king, at least for me anyway.
2004 National Tropi-Cal T-350, Class A, Triple slide, 330 HP Cat DP. 2006 Dodge Dakota 4x4 or
2002 Harley FLSTF Fat Boy on a Trailer or
2004 Polaris Quad on the Trailer
Ours came from factory with king air controlled bed, residential washer/dryer (220v) and residential refrigerator.
How do you get 220v powed to it? Do you have to run the generator to do laundry?
No. Just plug into 50A at the pedestal and you have 220 available with the right transfer switch since 220V is present at the pedestal. The generator has to be a 10Kw or larger to supply the 220v but yes you can run the dryer while going down the road. For someone looking for this setup with king bed, residential refrig and Bosch stacked washer w/220V dryer, I now have it for sale.
2005 Monaco Dynasty Diamond IV 42' ISL 400; Tag Axle; Residential Refrig
2004 F450, 6.0 auto, 4:30 pumpkin; BrakeSmart; 50 gal aux.tank, 01 HR Presidential 35CKS, 3 slides, axles flipped; TrailAir Pinbox. pin weight 2760. Total gross 24,060 lbs.
We have a Whirlpool stacked WD and they work quite well. None of the complaints that I've heard about Splendide. Smooth, quiet, and efficient and we don't have to go to a laundromat. Won't be without them. We have a full sized queen bed but next time we want a king.
Dave & Gayle, retired Air Force/airlines and retired Teacher
2009 CT Coachworks Siena 35V
2006 Nissan Altima on KarKaddy dolly