If you have always dreamt of living in a house made of chocolate then your dreams have come true thanks to French chocolatier Jean-Luc Decluzeau.
Declulzeau built an 18-square meter chocolate cottage made from an estimated 1.5 tons of chocolate. Everything inside is made from 100% chocolate including the cozy fireplace, bookcase, rooftop, walls, and even a bookcase and duck pond.
Where is the Chocolate Cottage?
This unique chocolate cottage is located inside the Musee de Sevres in Paris. It is a fully functioning hotel room meant to accommodate four overnight guests. The price? Just 50 euros per night!
What Can Guests Expect?
Not only will guests enjoy the sweet treat of staying in a chocolatey atmosphere but they will learn how to make mini chocolate houses during a workshop hosted by Chef Decluzeau.
This extraordinary escapade also includes a gourmet dinner and a private breakfast served in the flower garden beside the cottage.
How Can I Book A Stay?
The Chocolate Cottage is only available through Booking.com. Only two select nights are available in October.
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