Traveling is great but let's face it... hotels kind of suck. They're essentially a place for you to rest your weary head after spending the whole day taking in the sights and sounds of a new place. But every once in a while a hotel comes along that is so cool, so luxurious, so bread-filled, that you want to forget about sight-seeing altogether and just go for the room. Enter: the Bread & Breakfast hotel suite.
The new suite is a concept created by Hotels.com that is perfect for carb-lovers. As you can probably tell by the name, it's totally carb-themed, but it goes way, way beyond what you're probably thinking. Not only does it feature extremely cool things like bread-printed wallpaper, comforters, and shower doors, but it's also covered in real bread and pastries you can actually eat, and I should know: I've been there!
The suite is designed so that you can have something to eat pretty much no matter where you sit. In bed? Don't worry, there are donuts on the nightstand. Watching TV? When you go to turn it on, feel free to grab yourself a roll. Even when you're hopping the shower, there are donuts in there too.
Lest you think they would let you hang around with stale bread, you should know that all the food gets replenished daily and, yes, it smells like fresh bread like all the time. In addition to all the treats inside the room, you'll also get a $100 (£76) credit to spend on the room service menu which includes things like mac and cheese, burgers, and chips.
With all that eating you'll be doing, no one could blame you for spending the entire time in a blanket burrito...or burrito blanket. Did I mention the room has that too, in addition to things like croissant lamps, soap that looks like biscuits and butter, and carb-themed robes and slippers for anyone who stays there to keep?
If you're ready to take in all the this carb wonderland has to offer, you can book your stay at this limited-time-only suite from January 17 through 31, exclusively on Hotels.com. It can be yours for $225 (£175) per night. Just be sure to leave your keto resolutions at the door.
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