These Hotels Employ S’more Specialists For The Ultimate Indulgence
While we’ve been gushing over toasted marshmallow creations on Instagram this summer, the three hotels below have been perfecting their s’mores game.
Forget grabbing a stick and some Hershey bars; you’ll get the full VIP treatment at these West Coast spots. Each of these three hotels has employees on staff specifically to make your fireside dessert the ultimate treat.
1. Stephanie Inn, Cannon Beach, Oregon
It gets a little breezy on Stephanie Inn’s beautiful beach, but don’t worry, the hotel’s fire butler will make sure the flames keep burning so you can make your s’mores without worrying about the coals.
Instead, focus on which type of champagne pairs best with marshmallows and the coming sunset. The famous Oregon beach is a romantic spot to curl up with dessert, some bubbly and a blanket. Especially if someone else tends the fire.
2. The Ritz Carlton, Lake Tahoe, California
We’re sure your marshmallow roasting skills are pretty sweet, but you’ve never had s’mores designed by the Ritz-Carlton’s level of specialist. The lakeside Ritz employs a “marshmologist” to make sure your s’mores will be delicious.
The hotel has daily “marshmology” classes out on the patio. The how-to’s are taught by the marshmologist, of course, and include a special flavor of the day.
3. Hotel Cheval, Paso Robles, California
Hotel Cheval’s designated s’mores butler creates made-to-order marshmallow treats by the fireplace. Yes, the job title is S’mores Butler.
And the hotel goes all out: You can stick with the classic milk chocolate or choose from a variety of specialties. The Black Beauty subs in dark chocolate, the Bull’s Eye adds a Reece’s Peanut Butter Cup to the gooey stack, but the trendy showstopper of the menu is the Widowmaker. It has uncured bacon sandwiched between milk chocolate, toasty marshmallows and graham crackers.
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