You Can Stay In The 'World's First' Chocolate Orange-Inspired Room
The luxurious La Rosière resort in France is launching the themed room for people to enjoy over the festive period.
On its website, the hotel asks potential guests whether they've ever wanted to feel like they're a segment of Chocolate Orange.
I'd rather feel like I'm about to eat one, but sure, why not?
Well, this might be your chance. The bed has some extra special orange and blue sheets to melt into - only thing missing is the foil wrapper because that wouldn't be very comfortable.
Even better, there will be a Christmas tree adorned with Chocolate Oranges which are ready to be picked off, unwrapped and enjoyed.
If a platter full of chocolate treats isn't enough, you only need to look above your bed to find a personalised stocking full of even more.
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Your sweet tooth will really be put to the test with Chocolate Oranges around every corner. There's even scented toilet paper...
If you miraculously happen to run out (how?!) then you can order more from the VIP menu.
There will also be Hot Chocolate Orange and Chocolate Orange desserts available.
There's no opening date confirmation for the room just yet but you can keep up-to-date by signing up to the newsletter where you can find out more information and prepare yourselves.
According to The Mirror, the company has said that prices for the room will begin at £93pp per night.
If you do actually find the time to roll yourself out of that bed, you'll find panoramic views across a stunning mountain backdrop of the French Alps. The resort is perfect for skiers of all levels and there's also snowboard lessons, winter sports, walks, hikes and a full schedule of entertainment.
If you're still hungry after all your chocolate (which will be restocked), there are two restaurants to choose from. The San Bernardo Gourmet Lounge (sounds fancy, right?) serves up all the specialties of the surrounding area, and turns into a beautifully intimate space when night falls.
Fancy something more mountainous? Le Mont Valaisan (even fancier) has been inspired by the scenery that surrounds it, and looks especially magical when Christmas comes. We'd probably not get out of bed...
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