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        Hotel Bedding

        Wake up feeling like you’re on holiday with some stylish new Hotel bedding from Dunelm.

        The Dunelm Hotel bedding range is all about high-quality cottons and soothing colours. The material is high quality 100% cotton, including ranges made from Egyptian cotton, with 300 and 400-thread counts for added luxury.

        Make your bed a haven of calm with Hotel luxury bedding from the Chelsea range. Available in a variety of sizes, the Hotel pillows, sheets and duvet cover have a single line of elegant satin piping to add a touch of opulence.

        Hotel bedspreads, pillows and cushions

        If you’re looking for a warm and cosy Hotel bedspread, Dunelm has plenty to offer. Take the Hotel Champagne Piccadilly bedspread: with a fashionable chunky knit surface and satin trim, it is perfect for adding an extra layer of warmth to your bed, or even for snuggling under on the sofa.

        Once you have a fine bedspread, you can go the next step and achieve a real Hotel bed look with matching Hotel pillows and cushions. Dunelm offers a range of Hotel pillow shams and square cushions, so you can take home a coordinating set.

        Looking for quality duvets?

        The Hotel 10.5 tog white goose feather and down duvet is a definite favourite. At Dunelm, we also offer a range of tog ratings and duvet types, including all-season and anti-allergy duvets, so you can find the right one for you.

        Have you ever known the unbeatable comfort of a Hotel memory foam mattress topper? Adding a layer of supportive memory foam to your usual mattress can make your night’s sleep even more restful, as you sink into the foam that adjusts to the shape of your body.

        Treat yourself to a hotel experience with Dunelm’s Hotel bedding collection. With a range of styles and fabrics, there is something to suit all tastes. Why not come and see for yourself?