A hotel made from cake opened for one night in London last week. By morning most of the furnishings were gone.
It's a chocoholic's dream. But we suspect the occupants of this eight room hotel had one massive sugar high.
The hotel, open (and standing) for one night only was created as a PR exercise for UK company Tate and Lyle Sugars.
Guests were able to eat their way through windows and walls clad with 2000 macaroons and a rug made from 1081 meringues hand-stitched together.
The window sills were made entirely from fudge. The bath was full of caramel popcorn. Even the books on the shelves were made from sugar.
Tate and Lyle Sugars spokesman James Whiteley told the UK Mirror: "We think the cake hotel perfectly captures the excitement, inspiration and expertise behind the creation of our new range of golden and brown cane sugars.
"We hope that through the cake hotel we can showcase the versatility of golden and brown cane sugars and inspire people to get creative in the kitchen."