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If You Love Chocolate, Book A Stay At One Of These U.S. Hotels

By Kristin Conard


Hotel Hershey
This hotel in Hershey, Pennsylvania, is all about chocolate and has spa treatments like the chocolate fondue wrap, where you're rubbed with cocoa and wrapped in foil.
At the Iberian Lounge, you can order signature chocolate martinis. The hotel is gorgeous, with Spanish Colonial-style architecture inspired by founder Milton S. Hershey's travels.
Bishop's Lodge
At this lodge in Santa Fe, you can learn about the history of chocolate via the 1.5-hour "Chocolate Immersion" experience and taste unique "chocolate elixirs."
According to the hotel's website, one of the lodge's activities, "Intention Circles with Cacao," involves "opening up to the facilitation of cacao energy to guide you."
Caribe Royale
During the holiday season at The Caribe Royale Orlando, pastry chef Joshua Cain sets up two huge chocolate displays, including a 32-foot-long chocolate train.
Hotel guests can book a table at The Venetian Chop House to try the "ultimate chocolate sphere," a chocolate globe full of chocolate caramel tart and chocolate gelato.