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There’s nothing quite like getting out of the bath and wrapping yourself up in a fresh, fluffy towel.
And up until now, we’ve always believed that to get that level of super-soft quilting you need to check into your nearest hotel.
But no longer (not that we ever really did it in the first place) because our trust-worthy friends at Marks & Spencer have come through with a towel that would be at home in five-star accommodation all over the world.
Their Luxury Egyptian Cotton Towels come in five different sizes - face towel, guest towel, hand towel, bath towel and bath sheet - and a myriad of colours, meaning whatever purpose or palette you are buying for you’ll definitely find a match.
Made with long-lasting mature cotton fibres and infused with M&S’ signature StayNEW™ technology, they’ll retain a fresh feeling even after multiple washes, offering optimum post-bathing bliss from just £2 (that’s the price of a mediocre flat white in London).
Plus, with a 650gsm rating, they’re thick, super-fluffy and fully absorbent. In fact, you’ll be reluctant to change into your actual clothes afterwards.
Buy it: Luxury Egyptian Cotton Towel | From £2 from Marks & Spencer
We’d hurry though if you’re keen because these premium towels are the worst-kept secret amongst interior-buffs and indulgence-seekers alike, if the 2825 reviews are anything to go by.
“These towels are beautifully soft but extremely absorbent. Unlike some towels from other stores, that have an excess amount of fluff on them and need washing a dozen times before use, these were ready for use after just one wash. I will never shop for towels anywhere else other than M&S!” one happy homeowner wrote.
While another commented: “Have bought these towels for years now and they wash and wash, in fact, I have just realised my old set were 8 years old, that's what I call value for money!”
Your biggest problem now will be choosing out of the 39 different colours.