Club Med creates luxe hotel room that will have chocolate lovers drooling

Club Med creates luxe hotel room that will have chocolate lovers drooling

A new Chocolate Orange-themed hotel room has been launched in the picturesque French Alps.

Described as a “first of its kind”, the room is based at Club Med’s new La Rosière resort and arrives in time for white Christmas stays.

Chocolate lovers can indulge in the new experience, which sees them immersed in what Club Med describes as “an orange chocolate paradise”, as they take a ski holiday in the French Alps.

Guests can relax on chocolate orange-printed bedding, overlooked by a custom segment headboard, as they indulge in a Chocolate Orange cocktail (or hot chocolate for the little ones).

Each guest will receive their own personalised stocking filled with treats making them feel like they’re waking up on Christmas day, every day of their stay.

The room also includes room service of Chocolate Orange-themed delicacies, a real Christmas tree adorned with Chocolate Orange baubles, custom Chocolate Orange skis, and (wait for it) Chocolate Orange-scented toilet rolls.

Club Med’s new La Rosière resort new resort features state-of-the-art facilities and restaurants. Family-friendly at its core, the resort offers ski schools, beginner slopes, and childcare so the entire family can enjoy a snowy retreat away.

Stays at the Chocolate Orange themed hotel room start from $331 per person, per night. The room is coming soon to La Rosière.

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