Pool Towel For Hotel

As a hotelier, If you don’t buy the right towel, your guests will have less than a satisfactory time at the beach or poolside. Several features, like material, size, and thickness, can either make a beach towel good or bad.

Make sure you look for these things if you want to get a quality beach towel this summer for your hotel.


Look for towels that are specially designed to cater to the needs of hotels near beaches and resorts with exotic pools. Towels manufactured with 100% cotton are more absorbent. 

Guests use beach towels to dry off and to lay in the sun. So if your beach towel doesn’t dry quickly, they’ll find themselves sitting on a damp, sandy, uncomfortable mess. 

When it’s time to head back to the hotel, shaking all that sand out of the towel will be a difficult job. That’s why you need a water-absorbent towel. These types of towels soak up moisture, meaning it dries incredibly fast. 

Instead of picking up the first cheap beach towel you find, look for towels make of water-absorbent materials like terrycloth or cotton.

Luxury pool towels with maximum absorbency for hotels and resorts are now available online.

Starting from as low as $49.95/Dz.


Quality and Comfort 

Your guests will be wrapped in or laying on this towel for hours, so it has to feel comfortable. Cheap beach towels may look nice, but their rough fabric can be itchy and painful.

Look for something a bit higher in quality. Again, cotton beach towels are some of the most comfortable out there.

Right Size

Towels can be way too big and way too small. Ideally, guests want a towel that’s at least as long as they are tall.

In towel talk, this will be about 68 inches by 36 inches. This is a good towel size for most beach-goers and pool-siders.

Right Price

A cheap beach towel may seem ideal at first, but it’s always better to spend a bit of extra money and buy a towel that will last.

Thin beach towels won’t last more and will start to wear out. If you purchase a cheap towel, you’ll have to buy three or four per guest to get through the summer.

So buying a slightly more expensive towel at the beginning will save you money in the long run.

Right Color

Yes, the color of your towel can be important!

Darker towels absorb more heat. So if you don’t want to feel like you’re cooking, you may want to avoid colors like grey or black. Your towel will spend a lot of time outdoors, and light colors, like pink, can stain easily.

At D-ZEE Textiles, you’ll find a wide range of colors. Lighter shades include Aqua, Apple Green/Lime, Sunrise Yellow, and White. If any of your guests want to go for a darker shade, then they have Royal blue which definitely gives a royal feel.

Looking for a quality beach towel for your hotel or resort this summer? Head over to D-ZEE’s website now!