CHOCOHOLICS can now spend the night in a Terry’s Chocolate Orange-themed room – complete with unlimited free chocolate inside.
Club Med ski resort La Rosiere in France has launched the sweet room, with large chocolate orange wedges above the bed, and even orange and blue decor inspired by Terry’s iconic packaging.
The chocolate orange is a British favourite during the Christmas months, and have even brought back the white version ahead of the festive season.
Inside the hotel room is a huge double bed, decked out in orange and blue, along with a desk shaped like a chocolate bar – and even the toilet paper is chocolate scented.
There are also 180º panoramic views across the snow-covered slopes you can look out at from your own balcony.
Room service includes chocolate orange hot chocolate, cocktails and chocolate orange truffles which they promise won’t run out – if you do, you can just order more from the VIP menu.
A real Christmas tree will be erected in the room, with chocolate orange baubles and personalised stockings filled with treats.
Fancy some time on the slopes? You can make the most of the custom chocolate orange skis to whizz around on.
While it isn’t yet open, rooms will start from £93 per person per night.
Brits will also need to self-isolate for two weeks after their holiday, with France still on the UK’s quarantine list.
However, there are currently no entry restrictions for Brits to visit France.
Closer to home, you can stay at a chocolate-themed hotel in Bournemouth for just £34 each a night – and you get free daily truffles.
If you fancy heading to Switzerland, you can visit the biggest chocolate museum in the world, with the Lindt attraction opening in Zurich.
Or, head to Brussels to visit an outlet chocolate factory which lets you eat as many samples as you’d like, for free.