WHY HOTELS USE WHITE BED SHEETS?

You have probably never thought about it but try to imagine any five-star bedding that isn’t white?

In the 1990s, hotels generally had colored sheets because an all-white bed was disliked among the guests at the hotel. Colored sheets were seen as more flexible and easier to clean because they could hide stains.

The hoteliers in the past years spent so much time in finding colorful and patterned sheets but forgot that white is the symbol of luxury and it is the only way to transform a plain room into a luxurious and comfortable one.

 “Visually, the idea of the white bed is important. Something about an all-white bed connotes luxury and a good night’s sleep.” says Erin Hoover, Vice President of Global Brand Design for Starwood Hotels and Resorts.

“The central part of the hotel bed experience is a clean, white, high-thread-count sheet,” says Sybil Pool, a spokesperson for Hyatt’s luxury brand.

We know that white sheets can get stained easily, and the place where the sheets are washed most often to offer a fresh bed to every new guest, it can be difficult to deal with it. But moreover, the white sheets assure guests that the bed is neat and fresh. And even if the hotel is inexpensive, the white sheets give an impression of luxury. White sheets can also relieve the mood of your guest and can ensure a good night’s sleep.

Comfortable sleep after a long travel is something all guest would want and we all know that good quality bed sheets are the important aspects of good sleep. Hotels always keep their guest comfort on a priority basis and do all the possible changes to their hotel rooms which people are demanding the most.

Sleep expert Dr. Sabrina Magid-Katz highlighted in an interview with SheKnows that “the color of white sheets can actually call upon a thought of comfort and peace by drawing back memories of holidays or cleanliness.”

Magid-Katz also stated that “Anything that allows you to associate your bedroom with relaxation can help your sleep routine, if white sheets remind you of your favorite hotel — since most hotels have white sheets — and encourage you to relax, then, by all means, go for it.

Our Top Picks or 2020!

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Ryotei T-300 Luxury Cotton Sheeting

Lustrous and luxuriously soft, this bed sheet features a silky-smooth finish with a lovely feel to touch. Made for high-end hotels, these sheets will help you provide your hotel guests with the ultimate comfort.

The sheet is made with 100% ring-spun cotton yarn, In the process, the yarn is made by continuously twisting and thinning the strands making a very fine rope of cotton fibers. The twisting makes the short hairs of cotton stand out, resulting in a stronger yarn with a significantly softer hand.

All edges are professionally hemmed (3-inch top hem and 1-inch bottom hem) available in Queen and King sizes – flat and fitted. Sheets are double singed, mercerized and calendared for a soft feel and crisp look.

High-performance stitching with anti-pilling, micro-white finished sheets maintain a lustrous white look even after multiple washes and are crease resistant to stand up to institutional laundering.

Also, the sheets come with easy ID color-coded hems/labels to enhance productivity and simplify the sorting and bed make-up process.

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T-250 Sateen Stripe Sheets

For a wonderful addition to your hotel room, these fine luxury bed linens with a Sateen finish are crafted from long staple combed cotton giving your hotel guests comfort and opulence set in a class above the rest.

Sheets are made from 40% polyester and 60% cotton blend with 8mm tone-on-tone stripes that combines the strengths of the two fibers, which are breathable, tear-resistant and ensures durability.

High-performance stitching with anti-pilling, micro-white finished sheets maintain a lustrous white look even after multiple washes and are crease resistant to stand up to institutional laundering.

Also, the sheets come with easy ID color-coded hems/labels to enhance productivity and simplify the sorting and bed make-up process.