There seems to be a lot of confusion surrounding the term, Percale.
It is not a type of fabric.
The term, Percale describes the weave of the fabric, not its content, so percale could be a blend of 50% cotton and 50% polyester, which would be a Polycoton Percale, 100% cotton, which would be a 100% cotton percale, or a blend of other fabrics in any ratio.
A percale weave has a thread count of about 200 or higher, and is noticeably tighter than the standard type of weave used for bed-sheets namely polycotton T144, hotel standard.
As the owner of an establishment, your brand is built upon the quality and level of hospitality offered to your guests. This includes the initial impression of the establishment and an individual guest’s room, down to the quality of the sheets and the linens your guests will use. An error on this part to provide an experience above and beyond the level of expectation detracts from your brand’s image. Therefore, choosing quality linens for establishment is of high importance.
Create an environment where your guests hate to leave and they’ll come back as soon as they can! Here are a few tips to help guide you in acquiring your linens.