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Booking.com launches festive promotion with Candy Cane London guesthouse

Posted by Lee Hayhurst on
Booking.com launches festive promotion with Candy Cane London guesthouse

Booking.com has created a Candy Cane guesthouse in the heart of London customers can book stays in as part of a festive promotional campaign.

The property, in Soho Square, can accommodate up to two people for two nights and even comes with edible features. Just two dates are being made available for stays – December 18 and 19.

Ryan Pearson, regional manager at Booking.com, said: “Christmas is one of those times of the year when we all love a little bit of indulgence.

“With a mission to make it easier for everyone to experience the world, our Candy Cane House promises to have something to suit every type of sweet tooth.

“Just in time for the festive season, this mouthwatering abode is but one enticing example of the many unforgettable travel experiences customers can enjoy in the more than 6.2 million listings of homes, apartments and other unique places to stay on Booking.com.

“Located in one of the UK’s most iconic London locations, we are so excited to offer our customers a chance to experience our sweetest stay yet, perfect for those looking to escape and treat themselves and a loved one to a truly memorable experience.”

The property is available exclusively on Booking.com and each room has been designed to look, feel, smell and taste like Christmas.

Candy Cane House is using biodegradable snow and eco-friendly glitter-based products. Leftover household items will be donated to charity Barnado’s once the stays are complete.

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