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Looking for sheets for a hotel establishment?
You’re in the right place!

As a supplier of hotel bedding, we can quickly provide you with all types of sheets you need (flat, fitted, pillowcases, etc.), in small, large, or very large quantities.

Among our many exclusive lines, you’ll surely find products that perfectly meet your needs. Once you’ve made your selection, just request a quote from us to get the best possible price.


Please note that with the exception of "bedspreads", all products in this category are sold by the dozen.


How to Choose Hotel Sheets?

If you’re looking for the best sheets for your hotel, motel, bed and breakfast, inn, or any other type of hospitality establishment, you should consider specific criteria such as:

  • Durability: When investing in hotel sheets, you want them to last as long as possible. For this reason, we recommend avoiding more fragile bedding, such as those made of 100% cotton. Instead, opt for sheets made from sturdy fibers like percale.

  • Ease of Maintenance: Hotel sheets need to be washed frequently. It's best to select sheets that can be efficiently machine-washed, dry quickly, and resist wrinkling, such as percale sheets. 

  • Comfort: To offer the highest level of comfort to your guests, it’s essential to find a good balance between softness, suppleness, and breathability. Percale is a material that provides such a balance.

  • Price: Most hospitality establishments have a bedding budget to meet. Be aware that most of the time, the price is determined by the thread count, and Otelia offers highly competitive prices.

  • Customer Service: Always choose an experienced bedding supplier capable of offering personalized service. They will guide you in your sheet selections and ensure you get the best value for your investment. Additionally, work with a company that can guarantee 24 to 48-hour shipping to handle urgent needs.

What are the Possible Dimensions for Hotel Sheets?

There are several sizes of hotel sheets available. Each is designed to fit standard mattress dimensions perfectly.

For fitted sheets, the thickness of the mattress must also be considered, as it can vary.

At Otelia, all our sheets have a distinct coloured thread according to their size. This allows the housekeeping staff to quickly identify the different sizes at a glance.


What Is the Best Material for Hotel Sheets?

According to our hotel bedding experts, percale is the gold standard.


Made from cotton and polyester, percale is known for its soft and smooth texture. It offers a cool and comfortable feel, making it a favourite among guests.


Not to mention that percale is affordable, durable, easy to wash, quick-drying, and wrinkle-resistant: all qualities that hoteliers appreciate.

What Is the Difference Between 100% Cotton and Percale?

Cotton is a natural fiber that can be used to make different types of fabrics, including percale, which is a blend of cotton and polyester.


The main difference between the two textiles lies in the texture: cotton can be used to create a variety of textures, while percale is specifically known for its smooth and soft texture.


Percale is also lighter and more breathable than some other cotton fabrics. Plus, unlike 100% cotton fabrics, percale is wrinkle-resistant.

Is Thread Count Important to Consider?

There is a belief that the higher the thread count (number of threads per square inch), the better the quality of the sheets. This is not entirely accurate, though.


Generally speaking, it is true that a higher thread count can result in softer and smoother sheets. However, there is an optimal range that should not be exceeded. A thread count between 180 and 300 is ideal because it offers a lot of softness while allowing the body to breathe.


As for the durability of the sheets, thread count does not have a significant impact.

What Are the Elements that Make Up a Complete Bedding Set?

Generally, a bedding set includes:


Flat sheet


Fitted sheet



However, for added style, you can also include: Bedspread

Why Are Hotel Sheets
Usually White?



Perceived hygiene and cleanliness

Hotel guests tend to have a more positive perception of the cleanliness of sheets when they are white. Any stain or discoloration is more easily noticeable, encouraging the cleaning staff to maintain high standards of cleanliness.



White sheets can be treated with stronger bleach and detergents without the risk of discoloration, which extends their lifespan and keeps them looking new for longer.


Ease of washing and care

White sheets can be washed at higher temperatures, which contributes to eliminating bacteria and removing stubborn stains. Additionally, bleaching white sheets is often more effective, allowing them to maintain their brightness and fresh appearance.



White sheets are versatile and easily match any hotel room decor. They can be paired with different colors of bedspreads, cushions, and decorations, allowing hotels to easily change the atmosphere of their rooms without having to replace the sheets.


How Often Should Hotel Sheets Be Replaced?

The frequency of replacing hotel sheets depends on various factors, including wear and tear from regular use, the quality of the sheets, cleaning protocols, and industry standards.

Where to Buy Hotel Sheets?

Otelia specializes in providing bedding, towels, pillows, and other essential products for the hospitality industry. Their team understands the specific needs of hotels in terms of quality, durability, and style.


In addition, Otelia is a premier partner for purchasing bedding items in large quantities at competitive prices. With a diverse range of products, hoteliers can easily compare options and select the sheets that perfectly suit their needs.


Not to mention, Otelia's website offers the convenience of requesting quotes online. Once confirmed, orders are shipped directly to customers anywhere in Canada.


What Is the Price of Hotel Sheets?

To get the best answer to this question, it's ideal to request a quote from Otelia, as prices can vary based on several factors:

  • Selected items (quality and sizes)

  • Quantity ordered (possible volume discounts)

  • Delivery method (included or not, distance, etc.)

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