Booking.com is making your Willy Wonka dreams work out with its new chocolate bungalow (you read that right, chocolate) in Sèvres, France.
No, this isn't just a cabin loaded up with chocolate treats. Rather, it's a cabin made altogether of the sweet stuff situated at the glass house L'Orangerie Ephémère in the patio nurseries of the Cité de la Céramique.Courtesy of Booking.com
"Designed and made by Jean-Luc Decluzeau, the eminent craftsman chocolatier who has practical experience in chocolate forms, this one of a kind, 18-square-meter chocolate house will be created out of around 1.5 tons of chocolate," Booking.com partook in a statement.
The bungalow can oblige up to four visitors who will each be encompassed by wanton treats including chocolate dividers, a chocolate rooftop, chimney, dresser, clock, containers, books, and a lavishly sweet chocolate chandelier.Courtesy of Booking.com
But that is not all. Visitors will likewise discover more chocolate goodness outside on account of its white chocolate duck lake and chocolate blossom bed.
The uplifting news for diehard chocoholics is that huge numbers of the scrumptious things in the bungalow are really eatable. What's more, past being encompassed by chocolates, visitors sufficiently fortunate to book a stay will likewise have the chance to figure out how to make the delectable pastry in a workshop devoted to making customized smaller than expected chocolate chalets.
"Booking.com is focused on giving one of a kind and exceptional encounters to voyagers everywhere throughout the world," Vanessa Heydorff, Regional Director of Booking.com, France, said. "This Chocolate Cottage — the main bookable one made—praises the staggering decent variety of Booking.com's putting forth and is a delectable case of the numerous exceptional travel encounters our clients can enjoy."Courtesy of Booking.com
Jean-Luc Decluzeau expressed, "I never thought I'd have the chance to construct an actual existence measure Chocolate Cottage for explorers to rest in!" He included, "I'm eager to team up with Booking.com and to share my energy for chocolate. I trust visitors will savor the opportunity to experience such a sweet and one of a kind place to stay."
To attempt and book a night at the chocolate bungalow go to Booking.com now. In any case, don't stress, if it's reserved, the site additionally has a lot of different choices in the area. We just wouldn't suggest tasting those.