Prima Satin Stripe Duvet CoversFrom £22.72Prima Satin Stripe Duvet covers combine the softness of cotton with the durability of man made fibres. Prima is a cotton-rich fabric giving a soft cotton feel that stays wonderfully white wash after wash. 2cm approx stripe. Learn MoreThread Count200Cotton RichWeight (gsm)115
Belledorm Polycotton Duvet CoversFrom £16.50
Belledorm easy care 200 thread count polycotton duvet covers are made from a percale quality fabric that requires little or no ironing. Woven with tightly packed yarns that give a percale quality fabric with a comfortable, durable finish.Learn MoreThread Count20050/50% Polycotton PercaleWeight (gsm)115
Hampton Duvet CoversFrom £55.64Hampton Duvet Covers can be found in various luxury hotels and grand international establishments around the world. Hampton is a superior quality fabric for a crisp, contemporary chic apperance. Made in England. Learn MoreThread Count400100% Cotton PercaleWeight (gsm)104
Supplier to the finest hotels and homes
Market leading hotel duvet covers
Set the tone for your guest's stay with our extensive range of white duvet covers to suit your individual needs. You can choose from a range of high-quality fabrics, modern designs and rich colours on our site. Therefore, you'll easily be able to find options that match your room’s interior design.
Our wholesale duvet covers are manufactured with the hotel industry in mind. So you'll always get long-lasting, premium hotel supplies when you shop with Richard Haworth.
Why shop with Richard Haworth?
Our range of high quality hotel linen has been designed to withstand the rigours of hotel use yet remain at affordable prices. No matter whether you need wholesale duvet covers or other bed linens, we've got you covered.
We understand the hospitality industry inside and out, as we've been providing wholesale supplies for hotels, cruise operators, restaurants and more for over 140 years. As a result, our products are manufactured with quality and longevity in mind, thus offering a reliable solution for your business or even the home.
When you shop with Richard Haworth, you can also benefit from:
- Platinum Award winning products and service from Feefo customers
- Fast delivery
- Innovative products designed to save you time and money
Duvet Cover FAQs
What are hotel style duvet covers?
What is the best material for duvet covers?
- Cotton-polyester blend covers - Durable and easy to launder
- Cotton rich duvet covers – benefits of a polycotton but with added cotton for a nice feel
- 100% Cotton duvet covers – luxury feel but requiring more time laundering
- Sateen duvet covers – benefits of cotton products but easier to launder and feature fabric sheen.
How to wash duvet covers for hotels
How to store hotel duvet covers
Hotel style duvet covers differ from those designed for the home as they are oversized and do not feature an enclosure, such as buttons or poppers, to hold the duvet in place. This, along with hand holes at the top of the duvet covers, allow you to change the beds much faster, vital for busy housekeepers. Tuck any excess fabric under the mattress for a neat hotel finish.
Selecting the right duvet cover material can depend on a number of factors. This includes the interior design style, whether you require an easy care product, who will be laundering the items, how luxurious the room setting will be and so forth. As a result, some duvet cover materials are best suited for different purposes. For example:
It's essential to wash duvet covers, sheets and pillowcases between guests in hotels, B&Bs and homestays. This will help you provide a safe and clean experience for your visitors.
The way you wash your duvet covers will depend on the fabric care label found in each product. Our products have been designed to be washed regularly at at 60 degrees and up to thermal disinfectant (72 degrees) to ensure the duvet covers are thoroughly cleaned for your next guests. We can provide you with guidance on the best way to care for your hotel duvet covers so they last as long as possible. Get in touch today for assistance.
Storing your duvet covers correctly is just important as washing them correctly when it comes to protecting their longevity. It's important to store duvet covers when they're washed and completely dry to avoid damp odours, staining and mould. Make sure to fold the duvet covers with our helpful colour id on show so you can easily decipher the size of product.