A new Cadbury-themed hotel suite is opening at Alton Towers, and comes complete with a hidden supply of chocolate for you to find and devour.
Billed by the resort as the 'ultimate room for chocolate lovers', the sweet suite sleeps up to six people and boasts 'full-on Cadbury chocolate factory theming', including Dairy Milk's signature purple colouring.
The space is divided into two living areas, with a bedroom and a separate room with sofa bed and bunk beds, along with a family bathroom.
Along with a mini fridge containing complimentary water, there's also a supply of Cadbury chocolate hidden in the room - which is all yours, if you can find it.
The Alton Towers website says: "Welcome chocolate lovers to your ultimate sleepover dream!
"Step inside this sensational Cadbury chocolate factory themed suite and explore the mechanics and secret hideaways for tasty treats and exciting surprises.
"There's also a code to crack to unlock a safe oozing with more delicious delights! Have a chocolicious stay!"
The room features Cadbury-themed décor, with purple walls, pressure dials on the wall, pipes on the ceiling and bags of cocoa beans - enough to make it feel like you're in your own chocolate factory.
Janet Gurr, hotels and accommodation development director, said: "We were really excited to partner with Cadbury to create our new chocolate room.
"After a fun-filled day of thrilling world-class roller coasters and splashtastic water rides, families can continue the magic in the chocolate factory themed suite and hunt for the hidden chocolate bars.
"We pride ourselves on creating thrilling, memorable and innovative experiences and we're sure our guests will love the latest addition in our portfolio of unique themed suites."
Bookings are being taken for the new suite from 17 May.
Other similar themed rooms in the resort cost from £77 per person, but LADbible has contacted Alton Towers for prices.
In the meantime, you can also check out themed suites at the hotel including the Princess room, Arctic Explorer room, Moon Voyage room, Coca-Cola room, Splish Splash room, Sleepover room and Big Pyjama room.
There are also four new interactive Gangsta Granny-themed rooms inspired by The World of David Walliams.
General hotel features include free WiFi, tea and coffee facilities, iron and ironing board, complimentary toiletries, hair dryer and cots available on request.
Featured Image Credit: Alton Towers
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