Just imagine staying in a house made completely from chocolate. No, this is not a fairytale – we promise, it’s very real.

This deliciously sweet 18 square-metre cottage is built from chocolate and has been designed and made by artisan chocolatier, Jean-Luc Decluzeau on the outskirts of Paris, France.

Chocoholics can reserve a stay at this scrumptious spot through Booking.com, who has partnered with Decluzeau to create a comfortable chocolate house.

The chocolatier is well known for his edible masterpieces such as chocolate reproductions of the Eiffel Tower and the Palais Garnier opera house.

Chocoholics Dream Holiday

1.5 tons of chocolate were used to build his latest liveable chocolate paradise, which sleeps four and has a kitchen and even a fireplace. There’s also a garden with a white chocolate duck pond and a chocolate flower bed.

And if guests are hungry, they can even have a snack on selected furnishings.

After checking in, guests will be free to explore their gourmet accommodation before participating in a workshop dedicated to the creation of personalised mini chocolate homes led by Jean-Luc himself. They will also be treated to a delicious dinner and breakfast, served in the cottage’s charming flower garden.

The chocolate cottage is located in L’Orangerie Ephémère in the gardens of the Cité de la Céramique in Sèvres, on the outskirts of Paris.


Get Your Chocolate Fix

Reservations open at 10am on 26 September at www.booking.com, for the nights of 5 & 6 October, costing a mere €50 ($89) per night.

The first booking session earlier in the week went crazy and the chocolate cottage was sold out in seconds. So you best be quick if you wish to secure a night at this unusual spot.

Those who don’t manage to book a stay can visit the chocolate cottage during an open afternoon on 7 October.

So hurry, get your booking in before the chocolate is all eaten or melts.

  • Great idea – hope it doesn’t get too hot


  • Sign me up and take my money… gonna be a bit hard to convince the kids not to lick the walls after staying in a place like this haahaahaa


  • Wow! So much detail! But to be honest, I much rather eating chocolate than staying in it hehe


  • I love chocolate and this would seem like choc heaven. How do they get the house to stay warm with no windows. Wouldn’t the chocolate melt


  • Ummmm, I do love chocolate and want to enjoy loving chocolate. Those few times I have been tempted by chocolate overkill, have tempered my love of chocolate. I think I will just enjoy looking at this.


  • Wow that is so cool! Who would have thought! Although, I must say I do question what happens when it rains or gets too hot!


  • Oh ,that will be so tempting yum !


  • it looks so realistic. a great idea!


  • I’d be homeless within a day


  • This is amazing!!!!! I want to goooo there.


  • Surely it would melt? And can you eat some of it while you’re there??


  • Wonder how solid this chocolate furniture is. imagine yourself sinking through a chocolate chair, lol !

    • My first though was how it would handle the heat from the fireplace lol

      • It is incredibly intriguing – I hope they show some video footage of this house.

      • Instant chocolate fondue :)


  • Oh wow I can just imagine how sick I’ll be feeling


  • Sounds wonderful. As if I needed a reason to visit Paris.


  • Oh my goodness! Edible chocolate furniture! There would be no furniture left if I had an overnight visit in a chocolate house! ;)


Post a comment
Like Facebook page

LIKE MoM on Facebook

Please enter your comment below
Would you like to include a photo?
No picture uploaded yet.
Please wait to see your image preview here before hitting the submit button.
Your MoM account

Lost your password?

Enter your email and a password below to post your comment and join MoM:

You May Like


Looks like this may be blocked by you browser or content filtering.

↥ Back to top

Thanks For Your Star Rating!

Would you like to add a written rating or just a star rating?

Write A Rating Just A Star Rating