Everyone knows that if the temperature in the room is too cold, then it can be very difficult to get a good night’s rest. The right blanket can help you keep your guests warm, which can help improve their overall sleep quality and wellness.
Boston Textile offers several quality wholesale blankets to ensure that your guests stay warm. They provide a variety of plush, fleece and cotton blankets in all sorts of solid colors. Starting with fleece blankets, the Microloft™ Blanket is Boston Textile’s warmest and most popular fleece blanket. This cost-effective micro-fleece blanket is available in seven colors and was voted by Good Housekeeping Research Institute as 2010’s Toastiest Blanket. A second fleece blanket that Boston Textile maintains inventory on is the Martex Super Fleece blanket. Available in only two colors, this item is light weight and extremely cost effective.
100% cotton thermal blankets are still very popular throughout the hospitality industry. The Magnificence® blanket by 1888 Mills is one of the most luxurious thermal blankets available. Its unique textured jacquard design adds a fashionable yet still traditional look, while its soft touch provides the comfy attributes everyone looks for in their bed blanket. The Grand Patrician by WestPoint Hospitality is another beautiful all-natural cotton blanket. With its tight weave construction, these cotton blankets are designed for durability, wash after wash.
Plush microfiber bed blankets are also available, such as the traditional VelvetLoft™ or the Serasoft +™ by Berkshire Hospitality. Typically used in upscale properties, both blankets are extremely luxurious and have a silky-smooth hand. The traditional VelvetLoft™ blanket has a slight sheen to it, adding a touch of elegance to the overall look of the blanket. The Serasoft +™ features Suedemink binding with mitered corner and is produced in over-sized bed sizes to account for deeper mattresses. Both blankets are an excellent choice if you are looking for the softest, fluffiest blanket for an upscale setting.
As the temperature starts to dip, you want your guests to have a warm, cozy feeling about your hotel. A warm fireplace in the lobby is a nice start, but if they can cuddle up in their room in soft and luxurious blankets, they’ll think of your place like home. A place they’ll want to return to, again and again.