You could spend your Honeymoon in a 7-foot Champagne Glass Bath … or not.

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18th Sep, 2012

Oh I do love the internet! I just happened to stumble upon this neat-o couples resort that boasts honeymoon suites with 7-foot champagne glass whirlpool baths overlooking glass heart-shaped pools. That’s right, you could spend that romantic vacation which usually only happens once in your whole entire life … here!

Now I’m not entirely sure whether I want to throw up in that pink champagne glass bath or have a grand ol’ time in it but one thing is for sure– you don’t see that everyday, at least not since the seventies. Maybe hipsters will dig it.

Pocono Palace (so kitsch), is located near Marshall Creek in Pennsylvannia and if I never had a reason to visit the area, I sure do now!

We’re looking at the Roman Tower suite, “Cove Haven Entertainment Resorts’ ultimate triumph and most luxurious accommodation … designed in a Grand Roman theme with floor to ceiling columns, stunning arches, vaulted ceilings… ” bla bla bla.

If you think the Roman theme is a little passé for your taste however, you could opt for the way less tacky Egyptian-themed Cleopatra Champagne Tower suites, complete with “cozy log-burning fireplace”.

When I could finally tear myself away from the website’s semi-erotic photo gallery, I also discovered that if you stay more than three times at the Pocono Palace or any of it’s sister resorts, you can automatically become a member of the Forever Lovers Club– because ‘great love deserves great rewards’ (such as bath time in a 7-foot champagne glass).

Seriously, I don’t know if I’m making fun of this place or if I actually want to bathe in the hideous glow of that giant cocktail fountain thingy. [Shrug] Could be fun.

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