Hotels

A Nutella hotel is coming to the Napa Valley

Nobody panic, but a hotel dedicated to Nutella is set to host guests in 2020.

Looks like the 20s are off to a roaring start, with Nutella offering three lucky winners and their guests the chance to stay in a hotel in the Napa Valley dedicated to the delicious hazelnut spread.

The hotel is a pop up event that will open its doors for one weekend only and includes a super special breakfast that promises to showcase Nutella in a different way. To enter, the brand is asking customers to put together a creative video clip of themselves that demonstrates why Nutella makes their mornings special.

Featuring larger-than-life jars of Nutella and breakfast decor, and hazelnut and cocoa spread-inspired hotel items, the ultimate weekend breakfast experience will allow winners to take their obsession with Nutella to new heights. This includes interactive breakfast sessions dreamed up by the Nutella Weekend Breakfast Chef Team, a panel of notable culinary talent, featuring:

  • A Nutella Breakfast Dinner with Geoffrey Zakarian: Iron Chef and Food Network celebrity judge Geoffrey Zakarian brings a serious dose of star power to the table, showing guests that breakfast for dinner has never been easier – or more delicious – with Nutella
  • A Savory Soul Food Brunch with Tanya Holland: Known for her inventive take on modern soul food and comfort classics, the chef, TV personality and owner of Brown Sugar Kitchen infuses modern Southern breakfast recipes with the magic of Nutella
  • Pancake Art with Dancakes: The talented pancake artist team, who performs live pancake art around the world, creates viral videos and has been featured on national broadcast shows, will teach fans how to make unforgettable pancake designs that combine family fun with the delicious taste of Nutella

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