most comfortable sheets for inn

7 replies [Last post]
NM_desertflower's picture
Offline
Joined:
11/09/2019
flannel
0% (0 votes)
cotton
60% (6 votes)
micofiber
40% (4 votes)
fleece
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 10

__________________

R.Floyd

 

Offline
Joined:
02/15/2017

Microfiber for us - washes/releases make-up/stains easy, soft, NO-IRON is the BEST feature!. Most guests love! Many have rave comments! (nobody has complained) 

Comphy Brand has the spa sheets we use year 'round.

Personally, I don't like the microfiber and love cotton sheets - but hate to iron. Nobody sees our cottons sheets so wrinkles don't matter!!!

Generic's picture
Offline
Joined:
02/24/2011

Cotton in summer and high end. Microfibre otherwise, because it washes well, dries fast and is very soft.

__________________

Permission to quote in whole or in part, other than usage on this forum, is entirely forbidden.

 

Offline
Joined:
09/26/2011

I look for the most wrinkle resistant 400-600 thread count white cotton I can find.  I do have to do a bit of ironing.  I find cotton coolest in summer, warmer in winter and mostly free of static that make stray hairs cling.  

 

I'm in sheet search mode also for next season.  

gillumhouse's picture
Offline
Joined:
05/22/2008

Depends on location and season. In West Virginia, I use cotton in Spring, Summer, and early Fall. Once the temps are consistently 40 and under at night I switch to flannel. I have fleece on MY bed, guests were not impressed with fleece - BUT winter is not that busy to really need fleece upstairs where they have climate control in their rooms. I keep downstairs at 62 (do not want to pay the gas company).

I have a set of microfiber that I use if I have to. I am not impressed with it.

NM_desertflower's picture
Offline
Joined:
11/09/2019

I'm in the southwest desert. The winter are cold but pretty mild Smiling

gillumhouse's picture
Offline
Joined:
05/22/2008

West Virginia is the same (my part of it) - cold in winter, usually into the 20s at night but the high 30s & low 40s during the day. We measure snow in inches. 50 miles from here they measure in feet - difference in elevation.

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.