A NEW holiday resort where everything is themed around chocolate has opened up in Slovenia, and it’s perfect for chocoholics.
You’ll get free chocolates as soon as you check in, and there are even more free goodies in your room.
It’s near the town of Maribor, and comes from the people behind Slovenian confectionery company Teta Frida.
The luxury glamping resort, located right next to a chocolate factory, promises to be a “paradise for real chocoholics” and it’s not hard to see why.
When you arrive to check in, you’re treated to free chocolates at reception – and there are even more sweet treats in your room.
You’ll stay in one of the dreamy tree houses located near the peaceful Drava River, and they’re all named after different types of cocoa – Forastero, Criollo and Trinitario.
Forastero is one of the two-bedroom lodges located between the hills, by the river.
It’s spread over two floors, with huge panoramic windows so you can take in the views.
Criollo is a panoramic tree house with room just for two, and as it’s set against the trees, it offers more privacy.
Then there’s the impressive Trinitario, which is a big two-bed house with its own jacuzzi and fire place.
It’s by the pool, making it perfect for families.
All of the the accommodation come with a kitchen, living room and terrace as well.
And with stays starting from just €187 (£159.03) a night, it works out to just under £40 per person a night if you book one of the four-people homes.
Even better, inside, you will find all sorts of chocolate products, ranging from chocolate toothpaste to soap and shampoo.
The mini bar, stocked with products like chocolate gin and beer, is free, alongside more chocolates.
Breakfast is also included – you can opt for a continental option or go wild for the chocolate version, which features items like chocolate cheese and chocolate sausages according to the Independent.
As there’s a kitchen in your lodge, you can choose to cook up a storm – there’s a gourmet cellar on site where you can pick up local delicacies as well as free wine.
Alternatively, you can enjoy a cooked meal from the on-site chef, which of course includes chocolate.
Despite its secluded spot, you won’t get bored as there are lots of chocolate activities in the area.
You can visit Teta Frida’s chocolate factory and even try making your own chocolates there.
For those who want to be pampered, there’s a sauna with a chocolate bath – or you can book a chocolate massage.
And if you haven’t had enough chocolates, you can try more at the Teta Frida chocolate cafe.
For somewhere closer, there’s also a chocolate-themed hotel in Bournemouth.
Earlier this year, Nutella announced it was opening a pop up hotel.
In Germany, there’s a wine hotel where you can get booze delivered to your door.