A luxury hotel in London will thrill its guests – as there are room offers that include champagne drinks.
The idea was referred to as "Bottomless Bedrooms" by the creators of the Home House in Marylebone. It offers private suites with free Moët & Chandon champagne.
However, the hotel has imposed a strict rule – guests should not shower, bathe or spray with the bubbling.
Bottom up: The free bubbles start to flow at 6 pm and end at midnight
During the evening, a dedicated staff will be available to fill up flutes and replenish ice buckets.
However, the bubbles must be drunk rather quickly, since the champagne flows free only from 18.00 o'clock to midnight.
You can also order dishes prepared by Chef Sophie Michell via the 24-hour room service.
Guaranteed Hangover: The packages are available to both members and non-members
Packages are available to both members and non-members, and can be booked on Fridays and Saturdays for the George Hanbury Suite, overlooking Portman Square and the James Wyatt Suite.
There are two packages of unlimited champagne and both are not cheap.
One is Couples Package and costs £ 800 for members and £ 1,200 for non-members.
This offers a private suite and a free, free-flowing fizz for two.
There is also a party package with a rate of £ 1,400 per night for members and £ 2,100 per night for nonmembers. With this offer, two guests can invite up to 10 friends for a "Night of Corruption".
Regarding the pair package, Home House said, "Eerie is a must in the home house, and what does say I love you better than champagne? Couples Offer The Ultimate Weekend Getaway. "
Pop the cork: Pictured is the stunning living room in the George Hanbury Suite, available for the complimentary champagne package
Home House was built in 1775. It was commissioned by Elizabeth, Countess of Home, who wanted a sophisticated "Pavilion" designed exclusively for entertainment and entertainment.
The interior was designed by the famous architect Robert Adam, who, according to the Home House website, was conceived as a series of large reception rooms.
These include the front saloon and the dining room on the ground floor and first floor entrance hall, the music room and the large salon.
From 1989 to 1996 Home House was vacant and was on the list of the world's 100 most vulnerable sites.
It was founded in 1998 as a private member club.