The advantages of a Jersey PU mattress protector

12th of October, 2010 Bookmark and Share

With every last one of London's boutique hotels trying to give their clientele the very pinnacle of luxury, there is no shortage of competition to be the best.

One of the most respected names is Sheraton, which owns exclusive establishments such as The Park Lane Hotel. This hotel offers spectacular views of Green Park, due to its prime position within a stone's throw of Hyde Park and Buckingham Palace, and people who have stayed there describe a brilliant all-round customer experience. The hotel has recently turned to premium linen trader Richard Haworth in an attempt to do their best for their customers.

Under the partnership, Richard Haworth is creating Jersey PU Mattress Protectors for all 303 rooms in The Park Lane Hotel. These are the best mattress protectors around, allowing body vapours and water to escape while remaining 100 per cent waterproof to protect the mattress. Washable as high as 90 degrees, these mattress covers are bound to be long-lasting, and their elasticated skirts ensure there is no slippage when they're fitted to a bed. The touchably soft Jersey finish on these Mattress Protectors results in a natural, unnoticeable effect when fitted to a hotel bed. Any bed can benefit from fitted protection and longevity thanks to our Mattress Protectors in Single, Double, King or Superking sizes.

Consequently, there's bound to be a sound night's sleep in store for visitors staying at the Sheraton. Thanks to Jersey PU Mattress Protectors from Richard Haworth, beds will always be clean and dry all year round; what's more, they will stay exactly where they are meant to.

Jersey PU or Quilted Polypropylene Mattress Protectors are available from the Richard Haworth website, which has over 130 years of experience providing linens for the hospitality trade. You may also be interested in our Prima pillow protector and white bed linen ranges, which are renowned for making hotel beds look fresh and clean.

Marcus Miles
Marcus Miles writes for Richard Haworth, a UK luxury linen supplier.