What are thread counts and why do they matter?
The thread count refers to the number of threads per square inch of the sheet.
Anything above 500 isn\'t always better (don\'t be fooled by thread counts exceeding 1,500).
A general rule of thumb for providing five-star-worthy Airbnb bedding is a minimum of a 300 thread count on cotton sheets.
Airbnb hosts recommend a soft and durable 300TC or 400TC flat sheet, a duvet cover, and two pillowcases depending on the size of your beds.
These will ensure that your guests have a restful night\'s sleep.
You can always add a decorative pillow and a throw to complete the design.
Your Bathroom linens
To entice customers to return for another stay, or possibly to prolong their stay, focus your emphasis on all areas that value comfort.
Therefore, in addition to bed linens, it is always a good idea to maintain an adequate supply of towels.
Bathrooms should have a minimum of two bath towels, two hand towels, four washcloths, and one bath mat. Also, keep in mind that ladies need towels to remove makeup.
That’s why having a variety of towels on hand will allow you to replace your bathroom towels less frequently.
For many guests, showering and using towels is both the first and last thing they do when staying at an Airbnb home, and you, as a host want your guests to remember bright, clean, high-quality towels when writing a review on the Airbnb app.
Bathrobes would be an excellent addition to the above list. These do have an impact on your guests too.
This is a little investment that will go a long way toward making your guests feel at ease and welcome. Also make sure to wash them after each Airbnb guest checks out, so that they are always clean and ready for the next visitor to use.