Folded over fitted
Hotels use two flat sheets instead of one fitted sheet, and the bottom flat sheet is usually oversized and tightly tucked around the mattress. The top sheet is tucked into the sides and the foot of the bed, with the top folded over as well.
Search for those silky yet crisp sheets similar to the ones you'd find at luxury hotels. These sheets tend to be in the 300-thread-count mark, and they are always 100% cotton, usually Egyptian Cotton. This type of cotton helps you stay cool while cozy all night long and get softer with every wash.
Stick to all white
White is the most commonly used color for hotel linens and bedding. White bedding gives off a cozy, light, and airy vibe to tuck yourself into each night.
Be sure to top off your bed with two to four down pillows and two fiber-fill pillows to leave you with plenty of options. You can also never go wrong with a couple of throw pillows for a pop of color and design.