Wholesale Hotel and Spa Bathrobes Now Available to the Public and Businesses

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Mirko, Inc. announces new launch of wholesale bathrobe website. Luxury 100% Turkish cotton robes sold only in hotels and spas are now available to the public.

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Mirko, Inc. launched their new website Cottonage.com. By popular demand, "the company is now offering hotel and spa robes" on their new site. Mirko is a direct importer of fine Turkish cotton bathrobes used in luxury hotels, spas and salons.

The company created the website for individuals or businesses looking to purchase hotel and spa type bathrobes. The bathrobes have gained popularity due to the fabric and are specifically designed for comfort.

Hotel and spa bathrobes are the most sought after bathrobe types. They are practically synonymous with the good life. They bring the good life only normally experienced in hotels or spas into people's homes. However, most hotel and spa bathrobes are 100% Turkish terry cloth robes. These are thick, heavy robes made of luxurious terry cotton. The finest hotel and spa robes are even imported straight from Turkey, where the world's softest cotton is produced.

Since people usually go to spas and hotels for relaxation, the robes are designed to add to the entire relaxing experience. Hotel and spa bathrobes come in two varieties: terry cloth robes and waffle weave bathrobes. The terry cloth robe is the most popular type of hotel robe. When people hear the term "Turkish terrycloth robe," they immediately think of getting pampered and spoiled. They immediately think of comfort, luxury, and bliss. They immediately remember hotels and spas. The Turkish terry robe is the most preferred and sought after robe and it is even one of the reasons that lure people into hotels and spas. Despite all the different types of bathrobes around, nothing compares to terry cloth robes when it comes to softness and comfort.

Turkish robes refer to robes made in Turkey, the place where the finest bathrobes come from. Terry robes from Turkey are one of a kind. They are unbelievably soft, comfortable, cozy, as well as luxurious and elegant. They have a certain flair that just seems to set them apart from other types of robes, even seemingly similar terry cloth robes. The label of having come from Turkey makes all the difference in the world. The softness and maximum quality of Turkish robes are also part of the many reasons why terry cloth robes are way popular. Most hotels and spas use unisex terry cloth robes from Turkey. People often fall in love with the complimentary genuine Turkish cotton robe in hotels, and that's how the popularity of the terry cloth robe started.

Aside from its association with hotels, terry cloth robes are also popular for plenty of other reasons. Terry cloth robes are made from 100% terry cotton fabrics. The terry fabric is a thick, soft cotton fabric designed for optimum absorbency and softness. The soft fabric yields to the body but soaks in water fast. Thus, the fabric is best for bathrobes because it can be used for the very purpose that bath robes were created. On top of its high level of absorbency, terry cloth robes are also well-known because of the luxury and coziness that they provide. The mere feeling when you wear a soft, thick, fluffy terry robe at a hotel or spa is enough to have you longing for your very own bathrobe that you can wear comfortably at home.

Mirko's spa robes are available for the whole family, adult one size fits all and also offers spa robes for kids. Children bathrobes are in various sizes and colors.

There is, however, a slight problem. Such robes may cost a fortune, especially if you are not buying bulk bathrobes as hotels and spas do. Not everyone, then, can access the luxury and comfort brought by bathrobes. Mirko's new website Cottonage.com, not only hopes to service businesses needing robe supply but to offer the public an opportunity to own a fine "luxury hotel or spa Turkish cotton robe without paying expensive retail prices".

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