Tuesday, June 13, 2006

The Key to Special Dark

imageMy husband happened to be in Chicago at the same time I was (it’s a long story) and stayed at the Hyatt at McCormick place.

What was cool about it was that all the keys cards looked like this: Hershey’s Special Dark bars.

I don’t know if the other hotels had other candy-themed key cards. But I’d love to have a Lemonhead hotel key!

It’s the little touches, right?

POSTED BY Cybele AT 9:12 am Tracker Pixel for Entry     All Candy ExpoNews

Comments
  1. Hehe.  Lemonheads would make the cutest key card.

    Comment by Alex on 6/13/06 at 10:44 am #
  2. That’s gotten me thinking of a Candy based Hotel now…

    You could get into your room using your “Big Red Key Card” or your “Kit Kat Key Kard”

    Then pay for your drinks at the “Tootsie Sky Bar” using your “Payday cheque book”

    Insanity!

    Comment by GTO on 6/13/06 at 11:09 am #
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    GTO - I have to admit that when I was in Vegas (this was about 10 years ago) I played the candy-themed slot machines. A whole candy casino would be pretty awesome.

    Comment by Cybele on 6/13/06 at 11:18 am #
  4. Lol, no doubt it would use Jolly Ranchers or Lifesavers in place of Chips.

    Comment by GTO on 6/13/06 at 12:19 pm #
  5. The key card is definitely the coolest thing I’ve seen all month.  That totally wins!

    Candy hotel… My mind is swimming with the possibilities.  Beginning, and certainly NOT ending, with the chocolate mints on the pillows.  What are we waiting for?

    Comment by Joanna on 6/13/06 at 3:03 pm #
  6. Somehow ‘swimming’ and chocolate’ just evoked a picture of a chocolate filled swimming pool…

    Comment by Barbara on 6/14/06 at 4:43 am #
  7. the downside of the candy keycard, though, is spying it in the bottom of your bag, thinking you have a candy bar lurking down there, and then…no. just a key card. ha ha!

    Comment by Pam on 6/14/06 at 5:08 am #
  8. Scratch n’ Sniff key cards, perhaps.

    Comment by GTO on 6/14/06 at 9:20 am #
  9. “Swimming” and “chocolate” - how about “ski jump in summer” (giant slide) and “chocolate”?  Read here (then notice the date :^): http://www.pps.org/info/newsletter/april2006/torino_summer_activity

    Comment by Tricia on 6/14/06 at 3:56 pm #

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