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World’s first Hotel made from Cake opens in London (Photos)

 

Disclaimer: Before you start booking your tickets to London, this report was dated March 23, 2013 and I would NOT be responsible for any form of misinformation. LMAO.

In a hotel in Soho, Central London, the world’s first ‘hotel’ made entirely out of cake opened to public.. The edible sweet dream offers guests: vanilla sponge cushions; a rug made of 1,081 meringues; windows and walls clad with 2,000 macaroons; marshmallow garlands; windowsills made from cake; a bath filled with caramel-coated popcorn; and edible books on the bedside table.
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To create the edible art across the three floors and eight rooms, it took a team of 14 cake makers more than 2,000 hours of baking, 900 hours of decorating, and 600 kg of sugar.

Each of the eight tasting rooms were inspired by various regions around the world and contained unique desserts—the Mediterranean-inspired bedroom with edible furnishings, the Pirates of the Caribbean room with a giant treasure chest of edible pearls, the British-inspired Golden syrup room with a giant tower of doughnuts, the Mayan-inspired room with a fudge temple, the Mississippi-inspired ‘Mardi Gras’ room with a rainbow cake, the Barbados-inspired library with edible shells, the Guyanese-inspired room with a sea turtle cake, and the South Pacific-inspired room with a two-meter-high Easter Island statue made with chocolate mud cake.
The one-night-only edible cake hotel was to launch Britain’s largest cane sugar brand Tate & Lyle Sugars’ new ‘Taste Experience’ range of golden and brown cane sugars.

“We think the cake hotel perfectly captures the excitement, inspiration and expertise behind the creation of our new range of golden and brown cane sugars,” James Whiteley, Senior Brand Manager of Tate & Lyle Sugars, said in a statement.

“The Taste Experience range is about more than just adding sweetness; it’s about subtle flavor differences, texture and appearance. We hope that through the cake hotel we can showcase the versatility of golden and brown cane sugars and inspire people to get creative in the kitchen.”



In a hotel in Soho, Central London, the world’s first ‘hotel’ made entirely out of cake opened to public on Thursday.

The edible sweet dream offers guests: vanilla sponge cushions; a rug made of 1,081 meringues; windows and walls clad with 2,000 macaroons; marshmallow garlands; windowsills made from cake; a bath filled with caramel-coated popcorn; and edible books on the bedside table.

To create the edible art across the three floors and eight rooms, it took a team of 14 cake makers more than 2,000 hours of baking, 900 hours of decorating, and 600 kg of sugar.



Each of the eight tasting rooms were inspired by various regions around the world and contained unique desserts—the Mediterranean-inspired bedroom with edible furnishings, the Pirates of the Caribbean room with a giant treasure chest of edible pearls, the British-inspired Golden syrup room with a giant tower of doughnuts, the Mayan-inspired room with a fudge temple, the Mississippi-inspired ‘Mardi Gras’ room with a rainbow cake, the Barbados-inspired library with edible shells, the Guyanese-inspired room with a sea turtle cake, and the South Pacific-inspired room with a two-meter-high Easter Island statue made with chocolate mud cake.

The one-night-only edible cake hotel was to launch Britain’s largest cane sugar brand Tate & Lyle Sugars’ new ‘Taste Experience’ range of golden and brown cane sugars.














“We think the cake hotel perfectly captures the excitement, inspiration and expertise behind the creation of our new range of golden and brown cane sugars,” James Whiteley, Senior Brand Manager of Tate & Lyle Sugars, said in a statement.

“The Taste Experience range is about more than just adding sweetness; it’s about subtle flavor differences, texture and appearance. We hope that through the cake hotel we can showcase the versatility of golden and brown cane sugars and inspire people to get creative in the kitchen.”


5 comments:

  1. Anonymous12:40

    I've paid for my ticket 2 London! Hmmm... i must eat those cakes and lay on those bed cakes with my beau! Nice one though. #bless

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  2. Gabriel Michela17:27

    The cakes are gorgeous! are they real

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  3. Uche Agada17:29

    abeg that lady wey dey the last pix, she be cake 2 cos i go like chop her

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  4. Cynthia Nkem17:31

    whattttttttt. house of cake. bury me here

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  5. Elizabeth Brown Edith17:35

    I want to take a train to soho now... nyc one Ebere

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