Fancy your next escape with a side of dessert? QT Hotels are adding some serious luxe into World Chocolate Day...
Chocolate-lovers rejoice – this one goes out to you.
QT Hotels & Resorts will be putting forward the ultimate indulgence come World Chocolate Day on Saturday, July 7. Give in to your vices and indulge in something decadent at Room for Dessert – a one-of-a-kind sweet treat offering served with your very own QT sleepover.
QT’s signature restaurants will set the scene for spontaneity, adventure and romance, with all diners given the option to order a Room for Dessert directly from the menu, between Monday, July 2nd and Sunday, July 8th. Once ordered, guests will be presented with a bespoke dessert alongside a rather unusual pairing – a room key – and will be automatically checked in for the night.
We suggest you take full advantage of this unique and playful offering, available for a limited time at QT Museum Wellington and QT Queenstown, with both desserts designed to share with someone special.
QT Museum Wellington: Hippopotamus Restaurant, will be serving up a chocolate dessert with the perfect pairing, red wine – specifically Château Mossé 1933. Grab a spoon and indulge in a sphere of dark chocolate and raspberry mousse encased in a decadent shell complete with a ricotta chocolate centre and QT Harbourview King room key. Visit here for more.
Price: $389 per couple.
QT Queenstown: Guests of Bazaar Interactive Marketplace or Reds Bar will be treated to a drinkable delight, designed by both experts. The cocktail is sweet on the eyes as it is on the palette, consisting of Goslings Family Reserve Old Rum, Balvenie 21 YO Portwood, Rose Rabbit Orange Liqueur, Tannacrieff Hunters Collection Ruby Port and Fee Brothers Aztec Chocolate Bitters. It’s complete with a chocolate garnish to awe and amaze, golden truffles and of course, key to QT Queenstown’s Lake King room. See here for more details.
Price: $500 per couple.
Please note: Room for Dessert has limited availability and only made available for purchase by restaurant customers on the night of dining.