Sixty years ago today, the first Holiday Inn opened, and thus began the process of standardizing the hotel experience across the U.S. and the world. While most of us are grateful to find a simple, clean hotel room while on the road, more adventurous types might look for something more unusual. These nine hotel rooms — some regularly in operation, others designed as a promotion — would each serve as a memorable home away from home.
Sounds great and all. But how do u stay in a room made out of chocolate? Also sounds very delicious, but won't the chocolate melt if u turn on the heat during the winter? or if u use the hair dryer after u come out of the shower/bath tub? what if during the summer, the whole room or suite (even worse) melts, and ur covered in pudding? Even u do put on the air conditioning, will it be enough during the summer? or even during the winter season, wat if ur cold, and say to urself "oh i can't put on the heat cause the chocolate will melt, so i have to leave the air conditioning on? Next thing u know, you'll get cold, and a blnaket won't be enough.
For those who want to stay in the:
1.) Holiday Inn Key Card Hotel - Take care not to drop your key.
2.) Godiva Chocolate Suite - Don't be like Homer Simpson in Chocolate Land.
3.) Madonna Inn - No you're not allowed to play the Flinstone's theme music again
and again at max level just because you're in the Safari room.
4.) Icehotel - Indoor ice-skating is not allowed.
5.) Dog Bark Park Inn - Just because you're a member of PETA doesn't mean you get free room and board.