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  1. Never underestimate the importance of a good towel.

    Can you imagine getting a negative online review such as: “The room was nice but the towels were stained.” “The towels are of the cheapest quality. It is simply not up to par with the luxurious experience the hotel claims to provide with their rooms.” “The worst (most disgusting) thing is that the towels and linen were dirty.”

    As we all know, negative reviews aren’t a good thing when trying to run a business or book hotel rooms online. Paying attention to the details can make all the difference.

    Running a hotel or bed and breakfast requires a lot of decision making. Learn what types of towels your guests will be expecting with this helpful guide.

    Types of Towel You’ll Need

    There are a few different types and towel sizes you’ll need for each hotel room.

    They include:

    • Washcloth
    • Hand towel
    • Bath mat
    • Bat
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  2. Why Choose Percale For Your Bed Linens?

    We spend about a third of our lives sleeping, so it’s safe to say linen quality is essential. And with so many of our clients/partners relying on us for top quality bedding, we understand the importance of our materials. We also understand it can be confusing for you to know which bedding is best for your needs. 

    Let’s get materialistic and talk about one of our most trusted linen fabrics here at Linen Plus: percale. 

    First, let’s get into what exactly percale is. Percale is a closely woven bedding fabric typically made with a cotton-polyester blend. This fabric utilizes the traditional one-yarn-over and one-yarn-under weave, giving it its nice matte finish and cool, crisp feel, as opposed to sateen, which has a tighter weave that makes the sheets heavier and less breathable. Linen is similarly light and breathable to percale, but has a much less formal look. Unlike percale, linen wrinkles easily, making it harder for your sheets to ever look smooth. 

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  3. Choosing The Right Bath Room Towels For your Hotel

    Bath Room Towels may be the hardest working members of your property. After all, we expect towels and washcloths to keep us clean, dry us off, complement our guests experience, and long lasting while easy to launder. When choosing a room towel from any our collections an towel categories you should consider the weight, fabric, and design and understand the advantages and disadvantages of each. Keep in mind our towels are engineered to withstand industrial laundering whichever you may choose!

     

    Towel Weight per Dozen

    All towels on our website have a fabric weight, measured in Weight per Dozen in lbs. This refers to the density of the fabric used to make that particular towel and the number (weight) is in pounds (lbs) for 12 of the towels.  Please keep in mind that when comparing towel weights, you should always choose the same size towel to compare! Our hotel room towel collections each have a pool towel,

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  4. Choosing a surgical mask or respirator?

    A respirator is a type of personal protective equipment. It prevents the wearer from inhaling aerosols (dust, smoke, mist) as well as vapors or gases (disinfectants, anesthetic gases) that are health hazards. It also protects the wearer from airborne infectious agents i.e. against contamination by a virus such as coronavirus, SARS, H1N1, etc. Respirators are divided into two categories: insulating (which are not covered in this buying guide) and filtering.

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  5. Here is why thread count does not matter when buying sheets for your hotel

    Hospitality is the industry that moves along with the latest innovations and every hotel is already aware of how important it is to work for the comfort of the guest.

     

    The hotel industry over the years has witnessed tremendous growth and that is why it is said to be one of the world’s fastest-growing divisions. Travel and tourism are the reason for this huge growth and it is forecasted to contribute more than 2.6 Billion U.S. dollars by 2027.

     

    An increase in customers indicates that the requirement for hotel linen will rise in the future. A study by Metabolic shows that a typical hotel with 120-rooms can spend nearly about $65,000 on linen laundering and this cost can double if linen gets damaged, therefore, it is important to purchase quality linens which last longer. Buying linen for hotels can be a tough job which requires proper knowledge of the fabric. Let’s sta

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