You Could Sleep Inside This Carb-Infused Bread and Breakfast Suite (If Oprah Doesn’t Get to It First)

published Jan 14, 2020
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When you stay at a bed & breakfast, you can generally expect cozy accommodations, welcoming service, and of course an included breakfast that is worth waking up for. The only thing that could be better is having delicious morning goods in the comfort of your suite at all times. Enter, the “Bread & Breakfast” suite. is the creator of this carbo-loaded accommodation, opening up room reservations for the nights of January 17 through January 31, 2020. And just as the name suggests, this Bread & Breakfast experience is handing you flakey delights around every corner during your stay.


Upon checking in, you’re handed a sweat treat alongside your room key. Once you unlock the door to your carb kingdom, it’ll smell like you just walked into a bakery making fresh goods in the morning. If you want to do more than just smell the bread, check your minibar where free pastries await. Plus, you can select your desired bites from the room service menu with your $100 credit included in your stay.

And, of course, you can continue food journey at morning breakfast, where you can pick from an assortment of bagels and donuts from the gallery wall. There’s also a cereal bar if you want to mix it up a bit (although, of course, still carbs).

Want to wear what you eat? You’ll be able to wear (and take home!) a custom “Carbivore” embroidered robe and baguette slippers. Once you wrap yourself in carb attire, jump into a sea of croissant pillows laying on top of your breadboarded (toast-shaped headboard) bed.

Reservations for $225 a night will start being accepted on Friday, January 17, 2020, which just so happens to be National Ditch Your Resolutions Day—go figure! And you best believe the Bread & Breakfast suite will be gone as fast as a basket of freshly baked scones.