Cariloha is a well-known company that makes a wide range of bamboo products, including bedding options like bed sheets. They offer two different sets of sheets, the Classic and the Resort that provide different feels and sleeping experiences. Both sets can be machine washed and dried and come in a variety of colors, but I’ve highlighted the details that separate them so people can decide which set is best for them.
- Made from 100% Viscose from Bamboo
- Sets come with 1 fitted sheet, 1 flat sheet and 2 pillow covers
- Fit mattresses up to 18-inches thick
- Thermal Regulating
- Care instructions: wash cold with gentle low tumble dry; iron if necessary
- 90-Day Satisfaction Guarantee
- Classic is made with a Twill Weave
- Classic comes in sizes Twin to Split King (see our article on mattress sizes)
- Classic set retails for $139-$179 (for Queen bed – depending on color)
- Classic has five color options
- Resort is made with a Sateen Weave (this weave is longer and more of the bamboo fiber is felt in each thread, which makes the fabric softer than the Twill Weave on the Classic set)
- Resort comes in Queen and King size only
- Resort has advanced box stitching at the seams for enhanced durability
- Resort set retails for $239 (for Queen bed)
- Resort has seven color options
Pros and Cons of each sheet set
This video highlights the key pros and cons of each set.
Which To Choose…
- People should choose Resort if they want to splurge on super soft sheets that have advanced stitching for extra durability.
- People should pick Resort if their want a silkier feeling to their sheets.
- People should choose Classic if they still want soft sheets but at a more moderate and affordable price.
The sheets are both incredibly soft and available in a variety of colors that a lot of consumers will really enjoy. Their care instructions are essentially the same and both wrinkle fairly easily if they are not placed onto the bed immediately after drying.
The Resort sheet set is softer thanks to the sateen weave of the fabric; While both sets of sheets feel lighter in comparison to their cotton counterparts, the Resort set is slightly lighter.
If details matter to certain people, they prefer sateen finishes and the durability that comes with box-stitched seams (and can handle a $239+ price tag), then the Resort Bamboo Sheet Set is right for them.
Those who have budgetary concerns but still want the comforts of amazingly soft sheets should probably consider the Classic Sheet Set which is still pricey, but more affordable than the Resort set.