Chaffetz' story is a classic, one I can imagine him telling college classes he guest speaks in for years to come: "Before flying into Washington on Sunday, Chaffetz went to a local grocery store in Utah to buy his new bed. His wife was out watching the new James Bond movie with girlfriends, so Chaffetz took his 7-year-old daughter, who was apparently mortified as he unfolded and tested cots in the aisle of the store. Satisfied with what he saw, Chaffetz paid $44.89 for his new bed-away-from-home, then wrapped it in a garbage bag and duct tape for the trip east."
Frankly, I'd choose a well-padded futon that could double as a sofa during working hours. That would probably much more comfortable at night and you could write it off as a work expense because you'd be using it during the day for business.