Housekeepers from Cheval Residences got an insight into how the bed and bath linen used in their luxury serviced apartments and residences were manufactured. The group of housekeepers learned about the lengths we go to, to ensure that the consistently high quality of our products.
Following a guided tour of the manufacturing facility, where the group were shown how our linens are made firsthand, the housekeepers took part in a question and answer session, where the Quality Control manager fielded a range of questions.
Multiple topics were covered, including how to avoid the discoloration of towels, the different types of filling in pillows and duvets for both synthetic and natural, and also which of these products can be laundered and which ones do not need to be.
Ian Yates, the Quality Control manager, said it had been a successful and enlightening visit and he welcomed the opportunity to explain how the housekeepers can get the maximum performance and longevity from their linen. “We were delighted to host the housekeepers and help answer any questions they had regarding our linens. We understand that quality and consistency is very important to our customers so that every item performs well without fading or wearing, despite repeated use in what is often a tough and demanding environment.”
Cheval Residences offers a beautiful collection of serviced apartments, townhouses and penthouses in some of London’s most desirable addresses; Cheval Gloucester Park, Cheval Thorney Court, Cheval Knightsbridge, Cheval Calico House, Cheval Harrington Court, Cheval Hyde Park Gate, Cheval Phoenix House and Cheval Three Quays. Each of the eight residences has its’ own individual style, yet all share the same ethos and levels of service rarely enjoyed outside the world’s finest hotels. The apartments and townhouses vary from an elegant open plan one bedroom apartment to a spacious four bedroom penthouse. For further information about Cheval Residences, visit www.chevalresidences.com.