Why is it that the first thing we all do when entering a hotel room
for the first time is check out the complimentary bathrobes? It's not
as if we don't all have on hanging in our own bathrooms at home. Hotel
bathrobes are special, they're fluffier than your own, more inviting,
more relaxing and generally don't have stains on them!
Everyone loves a plush bathrobe. But which one do you buy? The cheap
lower end of the market that is not more than a coat to wear when
getting out of the shower or bath? Or the one inch thick terry pile
robe that engulfs you in warm and security.
Cotton is a natural fibre derived from the cotton plant, which
consists of cellulose and is the most widely used fibre in making
bathrobes. Cotton bathrobes are especially suited to summer season and
in warmer climes as they absorb perspiration.
This fabric is widely used in the manufacturing of bathrobes because
it's easy to work with, readily available and relatively cheap. That
said, the very best cotton bathrobes can be at the top end of the
price scale. Bathrobes are usually made in such a manner that
generally velour fabric is used on the outer side and terry on the
Bathrobes are not only used for getting dry and keeping warm when
getting out of the shower or bath, a quality bathrobe can give a
comfortable feel to your swim wear collection and can help you to keep
your dignity when leaving the swimming pool.
A wide range of luxury bathrobes including are available on the
market, they include;
Asian inspired silk bathrobes.
Hooded bathrobes come in wonderful styles, colors and various sizes,
ideal for when you want to snuggle down. Silk bathrobes are very
expensive and cannot be used in daily wear but they are very thin and
lightweight ideal for summer months.
Waffle fabric is used in making bathrobes because it is lightweight
and loosely woven for comfort and quick drying.
Types of Bath Robes:
As per the season and latest fashion there are many styles of
bathrobes available on the market. Turkish bathrobes are legendary for
their extraordinary comfort and absorbency.
What style of bathrobe suits you?
Bathrobe choice is not only a thing of personal choice but also
requirements. You may love the idea of being wrapped up in a linen
terry velour bathrobe with it's cosy lushness but you may live in a
sub tropical climate where an organic cotton terry robe or silk robe
may be more applicable.
The beauty of the world we live in now is the variety of choice we
have around us, this even reaches out to the world of designer
bathrobes, if you want a bathrobe made of organic cotton terry then
you can have one, if you want a bathrobe made of organic hemp terry
then you have that choice available to you, even down to having your
bathrobe monogrammed as found in all the world's top spa's and hotels,
if that's your desire then that you may have.
Designer bathrobes really do make a difference to so many experiences,
just make sure you pick the right one!