Live Your Truth and Sleep in a Bread Bed at This Pop-Up 'Bread & Breakfast'

Slip your feet into some baguette slippers, while you're at it.

After giving us a Lisa Frank-themed hotel room in fall 2019, stocked with '90s treats and covered in rainbows, is back with another pop-up suite—and this time, it's all about bread.

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On January 14, the company announced that it was partnering with New York City's Refinery Hotel to create a limited-time-only "Bread & Breakfast" room, which is exactly what it sounds like. The suite is decked out with all-things carbs—think a headboard shaped like a slice of bread, pretzel curtains, toast "soap" (shown below) complete with little pats of "butter," croissant pillows, a bread loaf-decorated comforter, and baguette slippers to keep your feet cozy. Right when you walk in, you'll be greeted with a bakery smell, and each guest will also receive a custom robe embroidered with the word "Carbivore," which they can take home as a souvenir.

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Should you (understandably) get hungry looking at all of the bread decor, know that there's plenty of food stocked in the room. It has a mini bar with a bakery case full of free pastries, a cereal bar, fresh bagels (with butter, jam, and cream cheese at your disposal), and a doughnut wall, too. For more substantial meals, the reservation comes with a $100 room service credit that can be used toward—you guessed it—all sorts of carbohydrate-centric meals. The first section of the menu is called "Let's Get This Bread" (available 6:30 to 11:00 a.m.) and offers "Breakfast in Bread," "Couch Potatoes," and "Oat Yeah!" oatmeal; "Knead to Order," on the other hand, is available from 11:30 am to midnight and includes everything from mac and cheese to burgers.

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For those interested, the room will be available for stays from Friday, January 17 through Friday, January 31, and rates are $225 per night. Reservations open on January 17 and can be made at

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