Thursday, January 29, 2009


If your Valentine's gifts just don't have the impact they should, here is my suggestion for the gift your sweetie will never forget. How would you like to spend your valentine's weekend with some chocolate? I'm not talking about just a box of the gamble chocolates, either. Godiva is creating another chocolate room...yes, room. Here are photos and highlights from last year's Decadence Suite that was in the Bryant Park Hotel in New York City.

The decadent design of the Godiva Chocolate Room is dressed in chocolate...and more chocolate.

• Every wall in the Godiva Decadence Suite is made of chocolate.
• Two renowned pieces of art – Gustav Klimt’s “The Kiss” and a Jackson Pollock-inspired abstract – have been reinterpreted in chocolate by Godiva, exclusively for the suite.
• A luxe daybed decorated with Godiva chocolate is the ideal place to indulge in a dark chocolate truffle straight from the pages of a literary masterpiece, many of which can be found in the suite’s chocolate bookcases.
• Additional chocolate d├ęcor highlights within the living room include a coffee table filled with chocolate designed to mirror Godiva’s iconic Gold Box, fashionable chocolate “Pucci” armchairs and a chocolate fireplace. • The dining room, illuminated by a chocolate and amber crystal chandelier and several dark chocolate candelabras, boasts a chocolate mosaic table and chairs and a buffet toppling with an abundance of Godiva pieces, setting the mood for an incredible dessert weekend.
In addition to a weekend in the lavish suite, the winner will also indulge in several chocolate-themed activities, including a private chocolate tasting led by Godiva Executive Chef Chocolatier Thierry Muret, a chocolate spa experience, and a private gourmet meal and wine pairing created by one of New York’s finest chefs especially for the couple in the suite. In addition, upon their return home, the winner will receive a year's supply of Godiva chocolate.

How do you win this year's weekend for your Valentine? Just buy a box of Godiva chocolates valued at $25 or more that is specially marked with a heart symbol and inside is the game piece. The official rules on Godiva's site.


Megan Coyle said...

wow, that room looks delicious :)

please sir said...

Wow wow wow that sure looks like a delish place to stay!