Inside The ‘Bread & Breakfast’ Hotel Suite With An Edible Wall of Bagels and Doughnuts
By Parker Diakite
There’s a new bread & breakfast pop-up suite in New York City that will be a match made in heaven for carb lovers.
From now through the end of January, the Refinery Hotel in Midtown South will transform into a sweet and savory dedication to all-things carbs.
The Hotels.com Bread & Breakfast will be the ultimate retreat from your keto and other dietary commitments. Guests will have the chance to rest under the warm glow of a baguette lamp while relaxing beneath the “bread” board and bed.
In addition to baguette-inspired lights, there will be a pizza alarm clock, curtains printed with pretzels, croissant wallpaper, a custom carbivore robe with matching baguette slippers, and a neon sign that says “Fresh Baked Bread” placed in the room.
The carb-filled room will be set to the smell of “fresh bakery scents” and guests can expect a giant edible display on the wall full of bagels and doughnuts.
Reservations for an overnight stay in a Bread & Breakfast room begin on Jan. 17 and will cost $225 per night.
With each stay, guests also receive a $100 credit that guests can use toward anything on the room-service menu, as reported in the Insider.