Cake hotel opens up for sweet dreams in Soho for one night only

Sugar coated: A popcorn-filled bath is just one of the tasty treats on offer at the cake hotel (Picture: Tate & Lyle)
The world’s first ‘hotel’ made entirely from cake is to welcome guests in Soho, London, for one night only.
Visitors will be encouraged to eat their way through windows and walls clad with 2,000 macaroons, a rug made from 1,081 meringues hand-stitched together, 20kg (44lb) of marshmallow garlands, windowsills built entirely from fudge and a bath filled with caramel-coated popcorn.

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