AMELIA ISLAND, Fla. -- The Hoyt House, a luxury inn in Amelia Island, is offering guests over the age of 25 the chance to go beyond just reading the bestselling novel Fifty Shades of Grey. But, as the website says, it isn't for the "shy lover."
Advertising on its website that "what happens at The Hoyt House stays at The Hoyt House," couples who elect to add the "51 Shades of Grey" package to their stay will first be served chocolate covered strawberries and champagne.
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Guests, who are given a safe word to use at check-in, will find in the room an assortment of play toys for them to keep. Included in the inn's "Lotion & Potion off the cuff package" are handcuffs, rope, a wooden paddle, blind fold, faux fur padded restraints, feathers and a black leather whip with tassels, according to the inn's website.
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At 8:30 p.m., room service will bring guests ice cream, probably not vanilla, with an assortment of toppings as an evening snack. If you need something other than ice cream, there is also a sensual add-on menu in the room.
And if you stay up late reading the novel the package is based on, don't worry, the package includes breakfast in bed for one morning.
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To add the "51 Shades of Grey" package to your stay at The Hoyt House in Amelia Island, you will have to be 25 or older and able to prove it with ID. The package is $199 and is added on to any two or more night stay, is for double occupancy only and cannot be combined with any other special, offer or discount.
The hotel's website did not mention if grey silk ties are included in the stay.
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