The Cheese Suite, dubbed the “world’s first cheese-themed hotel” is opening in Camden, London, offering its guests the chance to chill in a room full to the brie-m with cheese. There’s cheesy furniture with cheese-themed bedding, cheese installations, cheese wallpaper, and even a cheesy playlist to listen to while you get up to no gouda.
The pop-up suite was conceived by UK restaurant chain Café Rouge, of Bridget Jones’ Diary fame, and CuchoozHomes, to coincide with the restaurant’s fromage-filled menu launched this winter.
The Cheese Suite is a self-catered room but all you have to do is dial the cheese hotline in queso emergency to get your cheese delivered straight to your door. To help you enjoy your special night even more, the room comes with cheese-themed cookbooks plus plenty of cheesy board games for a grate night-in.
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Excited yet? The Cheese Suite is open from January 29 to February 6, and guests can apply for a one-night stay, which includes one call to the cheese hotline, a minbar stacked with cheese and wine and a voucher for a meal at Café Rouge.
The stays are even free of charge, with a donation to Café Rouge’s charity of choice, the Prince’s Trust.
Photo Café Rouge
Sound too gouda to be true? There is all but one catch - you have to enter into a competition for the chance to win a night, with nine winners randomly allocated nights for their stays.
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