Where To Find The World’s Best Hotels For Chocolate Lovers

If you harbour a serious sweet tooth, you’ll love our pick of the world’s best hotels for chocolate connoisseurs.

Jade Mountain, St. Lucia

Jade Mountain

If you’re a chocolate addict, you’ll love a visit to the five-star Jade Mountain in St. Lucia. Rising majestically above the 600 acre beach front resort of Anse Chastanet, Jade Mountain Resort offers a cornucopia of organic architecture celebrating St.Lucia’s stunning scenic beauty.

The island itself has a cocoa history dating back to the 1700’s – and there are over 2000 cocoa trees on the resort’s estates alone. This picturesque resort even boasts its own hand-crafted Emerald Estate Chocolate.

What’s more, indulge with a visit to Jade Mountain’s chocolate laboratory, to not only taste but participate in the making of the chocolate. Guests can choose from a variety of chocolate infused activities like chocolate sensory tastings, educational estate trips and truffle making classes – plus plenty of chocolate-infused dishes and cocktails of course.

Find out more here.

Adelphi Hotel, Australia 


Back in 2013, Adelphi Hotel in Melbourne reinvented itself as a special dessert-themed hotel. Ideal for anyone with a sweet tooth, the 34-room hotel boasts carpets patterned to look like cakes and furniture resembling sweets – all decorated in chic style.

At the hotel’s restaurant Om Nom, desserts are the main attraction – the venue aims to ‘amaze each and every guest with our extraordinary menu.’ Decadent treats include the  Omnom Chocnut Bomb – think peanut butter parfait, peanut butter powder, chocolate coated rice bubbles and dehydrated chocolate mousse.

Find out more here.

Chocolate Boutique Hotel, UK

Chocolate Boutique Hotel, UK

With a name like ‘Chocolate Boutique Hotel’ you know you’re in for a treat. Owners Gerry and Roo Wilton first opened the fashionable Chocolate Boutique Hotel in 2007, offerings guests the chance to book a room for a chocolate-laden experience.

From chocolate-tasting sessions to a private chocolate fountain in your room, it’s an experience that’s not to be missed – even the rooms are decorated in shades of brown to add to the allure.

Find out more here.

Roses & Xocolate, Mexico


For something bright and beautiful, the Roses & Xocolate boutique hotel in Mexico is ideal. Painted in bright, eye-catching pink, this hotel is formed of two colonial mansions.


It boasts plenty of chocolate goodies following a partnership with Belgian chocolatier, Mathieu Brees, as well as a spa incorporating the sweet stuff into several of its treatments. Care for a chocolate massage, anyone?

Find out more here.

The Hotel Hershey, USA


The world-class Hotel Hershey is brimming with excellent services and fantastic amenities that have established the property as one of America’s landmark hotels – which include The Spa At The Hotel Hershey.

No ordinary spa experience, a visit here features a variety of chocolate services. Indulge in everything from a Whipped Cocoa Bath and Chocolate Fondue Wrap to Cocoa Massage, and plenty more mouth-watering treatments.

Find out more here.

Hotel Café Royal, London


Positioned in central London by Piccadilly Circus, Hotel Café Royal is known for its exceptional rooms, delectable breakfasts, tranquil pool and rooftop views. Famous faces have flocked to its historic walls – but it’s the desserts on offer that really give this hotel its renowned reputaton. 

Sarah Barber, Head Pastry Chef, is a master chocolatier and conjures edible magic through her variety of chocolate-clad dishes. Visit at the right time and you can even try one of her regular masterclasses too.

Find out more here.

Fabrica Do Chocolate, Portugal


Head to Portugal if you like hotels with character and book a room at Fabrica Do Chocolate. A small boutique hotel, every one of the 18 rooms here tells a different story.

Guest can sleep in the comfort of one of their favorite chocolate brands, feel like they’e slumbering in fields of cacao or even enter into the imaginary classic stories such as ” Charlie and the Chocolate Factory ” or ” Hansel and Gretel “.

In the bathroom, you’ll find chocolate-themed toiletries whilst the breakfast buffet will have you counting down the hours to eat. Don’t miss out on the gruen bread – a dark, cereal bread which adds a crunchy texture and a deep and reminiscent aroma of chocolate.

Find out more here.

Words by Sophie Ritchie


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