Hotel Collection 800 Thread Count Cotton Full/Queen Duvet Cover

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    Awesome Duvet Cover!!
    Jun 30, 2017

    I just purchased a brand new bed and then purchased this duvet cover. It is magic. Every night, I get into bed, and this is so soft and comfortable that it feels like a hotel duvet cover/comforter. I got a Charter Club Duvet w/ this as the Cover and every night I can't wait to curl up in it. So glad I made this purchase when it was on a big sale!

    Awesome Duvet Cover!!
    by Kelly

    I just purchased a brand new bed and then purchased this duvet cover. It is magic. Every night, I get into bed, and this is so soft and comfortable that it feels like a hotel duvet cover/comforter. I got a Charter Club Duvet w/ this as the Cover and every night I can't wait to curl up in it. So glad I made this purchase when it was on a big sale!

    Best design and quality
    Mar 13, 2017

    Its the best purchase for my bedroom, the price its prefect and the quality its the best.

    Best design and quality
    by Denise from Coral Gables

    Its the best purchase for my bedroom, the price its prefect and the quality its the best.

    Wonderful . . .
    Dec 17, 2016

    First of all . . . Hotel Collection cannot be beat. The luxury of fine linen, impeccably made. Always of good quality. And you will NEVER find it at a better price than Macy's. I always stock up on HC during Christmas sale time. The edge stitching on this cover is beautifully done. Secondly, this cover is a duvet cover for a comforter (of the same size, i.e., queen comforter should go into a queen duvet). Your Hotel Collection comforter has a loop at each corner. This HC cover has a tie at every inside corner. Use the loop . . . "tie" the corners to each other. Lay the cover upside down and flat on the bed. Once you tie one end of the comforter and cover together at 2 of the inside end corners, "walk" the comforter into the cover. I am tall and actually grabbed the 2 corners, stood on the bed, held the corners up (like it was doing the touchdown signal holding onto the corners) and shook the rest of the comforter into place (I am 6' tall; my bed is 2' off floor . . . that gave me 8' of vertical space). Lay it flat on the bed and tie the remaining 2 corners. Thirdly, this is a cover. It is NOT fitted . . . it is a loose look (ever walk into the linens department of Macy's a notice the "beds" that are made up? Loose, comfy, fluffy looking comforters with tight, drawn sheets? That is the look you are going to get with this cover (also depending upon the fill of your comforter*). If your comforter isn't fluffy . . . don't expect this cover to work miracles. This cover makes my bed inviting, comfy, fluffy . . . like a bed of clouds ready to make your sleep wonderful. You should be able to bounce a quarter off of your sheets . . . not your fluffy down covered comforter. *Also . . . anything DOWN, e.g., comforter, pillows, featherbeds, MUST be fluffed during your sheet changing routine. It WILL become compressed and depressing looking if you don't fluff it up routinely. If you are going to invest in quality down . . . then you should spend a few extra seconds fluffing it so that it is at its best. My bed is solace from what is usually a hard, stress filled day (work) and a day spent with family and living life . . . and when I fall into every night . . . it takes away a lot of that stress. Spend a few extra minutes to make your bed inviting. Lastly, addressing the comment about wrinkling . . . ANYTHING 100% cotton or linen will wrinkle. It is how you dry them. I dry my HC collection on medium heat until about 75% dry. Then I turn down to low heat. Then I put my dryer's TIMER on. The heat takes out the moisture and the wrinkles, but if you want to truly take care of your HC, which is an investment, you need to catch it just out of the dryer. When it is still slightly warm, wrinkles are easily pressed out with your hands (or an iron if you are adamant). You cannot ever go wrong with any Hotel Collection piece. Treat them like an investment, e.g., fine jewelry or nice car, and you will be happy for many, many years to come.

    Wonderful . . .
    by B

    First of all . . . Hotel Collection cannot be beat. The luxury of fine linen, impeccably made. Always of good quality. And you will NEVER find it at a better price than Macy's. I always stock up on HC during Christmas sale time. The edge stitching on this cover is beautifully done. Secondly, this cover is a duvet cover for a comforter (of the same size, i.e., queen comforter should go into a queen duvet). Your Hotel Collection comforter has a loop at each corner. This HC cover has a tie at every inside corner. Use the loop . . . "tie" the corners to each other. Lay the cover upside down and flat on the bed. Once you tie one end of the comforter and cover together at 2 of the inside end corners, "walk" the comforter into the cover. I am tall and actually grabbed the 2 corners, stood on the bed, held the corners up (like it was doing the touchdown signal holding onto the corners) and shook the rest of the comforter into place (I am 6' tall; my bed is 2' off floor . . . that gave me 8' of vertical space). Lay it flat on the bed and tie the remaining 2 corners. Thirdly, this is a cover. It is NOT fitted . . . it is a loose look (ever walk into the linens department of Macy's a notice the "beds" that are made up? Loose, comfy, fluffy looking comforters with tight, drawn sheets? That is the look you are going to get with this cover (also depending upon the fill of your comforter*). If your comforter isn't fluffy . . . don't expect this cover to work miracles. This cover makes my bed inviting, comfy, fluffy . . . like a bed of clouds ready to make your sleep wonderful. You should be able to bounce a quarter off of your sheets . . . not your fluffy down covered comforter. *Also . . . anything DOWN, e.g., comforter, pillows, featherbeds, MUST be fluffed during your sheet changing routine. It WILL become compressed and depressing looking if you don't fluff it up routinely. If you are going to invest in quality down . . . then you should spend a few extra seconds fluffing it so that it is at its best. My bed is solace from what is usually a hard, stress filled day (work) and a day spent with family and living life . . . and when I fall into every night . . . it takes away a lot of that stress. Spend a few extra minutes to make your bed inviting. Lastly, addressing the comment about wrinkling . . . ANYTHING 100% cotton or linen will wrinkle. It is how you dry them. I dry my HC collection on medium heat until about 75% dry. Then I turn down to low heat. Then I put my dryer's TIMER on. The heat takes out the moisture and the wrinkles, but if you want to truly take care of your HC, which is an investment, you need to catch it just out of the dryer. When it is still slightly warm, wrinkles are easily pressed out with your hands (or an iron if you are adamant). You cannot ever go wrong with any Hotel Collection piece. Treat them like an investment, e.g., fine jewelry or nice car, and you will be happy for many, many years to come.

    Perfect for our guest room
    Sep 22, 2015

    Nice quality and look....purchased for our guest bedroom and it's been a hit!

    Perfect for our guest room
    by thepippergirl

    Nice quality and look....purchased for our guest bedroom and it's been a hit!

    overpriced for value
    Jan 13, 2015

    hotel collection has great designs and really comfortable bedding..but not the best construction. maybe because it's so thin to be comfy? also, holy wrinkles! whenever you wash and dry these linens, they come out SO WRINKLED! the nice crisp edges shown online fold over then it just looks messy. for the price, you'd hope for more.

    overpriced for value
    by mlh14

    hotel collection has great designs and really comfortable bedding..but not the best construction. maybe because it's so thin to be comfy? also, holy wrinkles! whenever you wash and dry these linens, they come out SO WRINKLED! the nice crisp edges shown online fold over then it just looks messy. for the price, you'd hope for more.

    Good sheets if you have at least one very thick comforter to fill it
    Aug 28, 2014

    although it's very nice and feels good there is just too much room for my brand new down comforter. I even added my other new down alternative which is between a level 1 and 2 down comforter and still, there is so much extra room that it's not useful with all the extra loose material. The material feels nicer then anything at bed bath and beyond or kohls to me and i would suggest if you can to look at different material to find one that suites you. It's pretty thick made of two ply yarn which is supposed to be inferior to one ply) it also feels better then charter club, Ralph Lauren's 400 and 624 tc covers. Not quite as good as sferra but I would say close.Unless the box was wrong and I got a king instead of a queen (which is doubtful because it had "queen written in several places) I feel like someone would need at least one or two or three of the thickest down comforter available to get the cover to be nice smooth and tight. A main reason a got it besides the nice cotton is I wanted to add color to my bed. Now I don't know what I'm going to do.

    Good sheets if you have at least one very thick comforter to fill it
    by MattSD from Sam Diego

    although it's very nice and feels good there is just too much room for my brand new down comforter. I even added my other new down alternative which is between a level 1 and 2 down comforter and still, there is so much extra room that it's not useful with all the extra loose material. The material feels nicer then anything at bed bath and beyond or kohls to me and i would suggest if you can to look at different material to find one that suites you. It's pretty thick made of two ply yarn which is supposed to be inferior to one ply) it also feels better then charter club, Ralph Lauren's 400 and 624 tc covers. Not quite as good as sferra but I would say close.Unless the box was wrong and I got a king instead of a queen (which is doubtful because it had "queen written in several places) I feel like someone would need at least one or two or three of the thickest down comforter available to get the cover to be nice smooth and tight. A main reason a got it besides the nice cotton is I wanted to add color to my bed. Now I don't know what I'm going to do.