Guests will be fizzing with joy! Hotel launches room deal that comes with UNLIMITED champagne
- Home House, in Marylebone, has introduced ‘Bottomless Bedrooms’ packages
- The packages include a private suite and complimentary Moët & Chandon fizz
- But there is one rule – guests must not use the champagne to shower or bathe
A luxury London hotel is set to leave its guests fizzing with joy – because it’s introduced room deals that include an all-you-can-drink supply of champagne.
The idea has been termed ‘Bottomless Bedrooms’ by its creators at Home House, in Marylebone, which is offering private suites that come with complimentary Moët & Chandon champagne.
But the hotel has imposed one strict rule – guests must not use the fizz to shower, bathe or spray at each other.
Bottoms up: The complimentary bubbles start flowing at 6pm and end at midnight
Guests will have a dedicated member of staff on hand throughout the evening to top-up flutes and replenish ice buckets.
However, the bubbles will need to be drunk fairly swiftly as the champagne will only flow for free from from 6pm until midnight.
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Guests can also order dishes designed by executive chef Sophie Michell available via 24-hour room service.
Guaranteed hangover: The packages are available to both members and non-members
The packages are available to both members and non-members and can be booked on Fridays and Saturdays for the George Hanbury suite, which has views over Portman Square, and the James Wyatt suite.
There are two packages that feature unlimited champagne and neither are cheap.
One is called the Couples Package and is priced at £800 for members, and £1,200 for non-members.
This offers a private suite and complimentary free-flowing fizz for two.
There’s also a Party Package priced at £1,400 per night for members, and £2,100 per night for non-members, which allows two guests to invite up to 10 friends to join them for ‘a night of depravity’.
Regarding the Couple’s Package, Home House said: ‘Naughtiness is de rigueur at Home House, and what says I love you better than champagne? The Couple’s Package offers the ultimate weekend getaway.’
Pop the cork: Pictured is the stunning living room in the George Hanbury suite, which is available for the free champagne package
Home House was built in 1775. It was commissioned by Elizabeth, Countess of Home, who wanted a sophisticated ‘Pavilion’ designed purely for enjoyment and entertainment.
The interior was designed by the celebrated architect Robert Adam who, according to the Home House website, ‘conceived as a series of grand reception rooms’.
These include the Front Parlour and Eating Room on the ground floor and on the first floor the ‘Ante-room, the Music Room and the Great Drawing Room’.
From 1989 to 1996 Home House was vacant and included on the World Monuments Watch List of 100 most endangered sites.
It was launched as a private members club in 1998.
- For more information call 020 7670 2000 or visit homehouse.co.uk/bottomless-bedrooms.
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