Cheesy Super Nice High End Hotels

Do the words “Cheesy”, “High End” and “Hotel” go to together? The answer is yes … they do now.

I came across this article from Forbes Online that piqued my interest.

Cheese Caves Are The Newest Hot Hotel Amenity

Toca's Hotel Cheese Cave at the Ritz Carlton - photo courtesy of Ritz Carlton Toronto

Toca’s Hotel Cheese Cave at the Ritz Carlton – photo courtesy of Ritz Carlton Toronto

In summary of the article – The latest trend of the high end hotel chains is to provide cheese rooms for guests to enjoy.

Since I am a bit of a cheese lover myself, I have to say, this is awesome! I’m hoping that this trend gains momentum until every hotel has cheesy room service.

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6 comments on “Cheesy Super Nice High End Hotels

  1. bikevcar says:

    I bet that room would smell amazing 😀

  2. bikevcar says:

    Can you book it as a bedroom? 😉

  3. Flora says:

    May I ask a question quite unrelated….what is the difference between ‘farmhouse’ and ‘farmstead’ cheese? Any one knows? I need to create appropriate translation for these….Thanks.

    • My experience is that the terms ‘farmhouse’ and ‘farmstead’ are used interchangeably and describe the same situation … the cheese is made at the farm, from the farmer’s own dairy herd. These cheese’s should not contain milk from any outside source.

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