California is now home to a real-life Nutella hotel, take us there immediately
We can't breathe.
Lads, the greatest thing on earth has officially happened.
A NUTELLA hotel has opened in California, and it looks as amazing as it sounds.
Ferrero, the parent company that owns Nutella, has announced the opening of the pop-up hotel in California's Napa Valley.
Hotella Nutella (10/10 re the name!), will be open the weekend of January 10 to 12, and we need to visit.
As you can imagine, the hotel is decorated in Nutella-inspired décor, from Nutella jar wallpaper, croissant-shaped pillows, and a waffle-print throw pillow.
We're a bit obsessed, and a bit hungry.
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Geoffrey Zakarian of the Food Network and Iron Chef will be cooking breakfast for dinner in the hotel.
TV personality Tanya Holland will make southern-inspired Nutella breakfasts, and pancake artists DanCakes will teach a class on making creative pancake art.
The bad news is that this hotel is not a permanent fixture, and will only be open for one weekend in January 2020.
If you fancy visiting, you need to head over to the official Hotella Nutella website, and enter the competition.
We're kind of praying the whole thing will be a massive success, and the company decide to open the hotel forever - so we can visit.