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This ‘bread And Breakfast’ Carb-themed Hotel Suite Has A Minibar Stocked With Pastries

Posted at 4:30 AM, Jan 17, 2020

If your idea of the perfect getaway includes ditching your diet plan and indulging in carbs — lots and lots of carbs — there’s a new hotel room in New York you’ll want to book right away.

The carb-lover’s paradise suite — cheekily named “Bread and Breakfast” — is located in New York City’s Refinery Hotel. The limited-time hotel room can be booked only through beginning Jan. 17 (which also happens to be National Ditch Your Resolution Day) and stays are only available until Jan. 31.

For $225 per night, you’ll sleep in a carb-filled wonderland, enjoy some delicious pastries, receive a $100 room service credit and go home with goodies like “baguette” slippers.

The room itself is completely decked out in all things carbs, from the wallpaper to a “fresh baked bread” neon sign, bread slice headboard, bread-print comforter and a variety of baked-goods-inspired pillows.

There’s a whole lot more to this suite than just the decor, however, as the carb-loving experience begins right when you walk into the hotel. You’ll receive a sweet treat when you collect your room key, and when you reach your room, check out the bakery case “minibar” stockpiled with an assortment of delectable pastries.

You’ll probably knead some relaxation after eating your way through all those pastries, so you’ll find a custom “Carbivore” embroidered bathrobe and baguette slippers waiting for you.

When you’re ready for your next meal, just order up some room service with the $100 credit included with your reservation.

The room service menu is a true carb-lover’s dream, offering everything from potato chips and fries to pizza and pasta!

The next morning, you’ll devour even more carbs for breakfast with a cereal bar, fresh bagels and a doughnut wall — so you certainly won’t go hungry during your trip home.

You can book a stay in the Bread and Breakfast suite through between Jan. 17 and Jan. 31. Would you love to spend a weekend surrounded by all things carbs?

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