Winter is about to get a whole lot sweeter this January when a Nutella-themed pop-up hotel opens in California’s Napa Valley.
Hotella Nutella, the ultimate breakfast destination, will bring three Nutella superfans into a weekend filled to the brim with the beloved hazelnut spread. Guests who are lucky enough to snag a reservation at the exclusive hotel will have plenty of experiences including “Nutella-inspired hotel items and larger than life breakfast décor.”
Of course, there will be plenty of food at Hotella Nutella, so get your appetite ready. Interactive breakfast sessions will be held with the “Nutella Weekend Breakfast Chef Team” throughout the weekend. Food Network star and Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian will be showing guests how to make the perfect breakfast for dinner. Soul food queen and TV personality Tanya Holland will serve up southern-inspired Nutella breakfasts. And DanCakes, a team of pancake artists, will teach visitors how to make creative and “unforgettable” pancakes to prove that breakfast really is the most important meal of the day.
Hotella Nutella will be open the weekend of Jan. 10 until Jan. 12, 2020, but not just any breakfast lover can attend. To get a chance to stay at this once-in-a-lifetime hotel you must submit a video showing exactly why Nutella makes your morning oh so special as proof that you deserve to make the trip to Napa Valley.
The contest opens on Nov. 13 and runs until midnight on Sunday, Dec. 8, 2019. Fans can learn more about the contest by visiting the Hotella Nutella website or by following #HotellaNutella on Nutella’s Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram accounts.
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