Picture this: you’re in a fancy hotel room. There’s packets of Tim Tams strewn across the bed. There’s a heap more stacked up by the mini bar. You look in the bathroom, and what’s that? More Tim Tams.
(Although, thankfully, they’re not in the toot itself.)
This is less a chocolate-laden fantasy and more of a probable reality, with Tim Tam teaming up with QT hotels to launch an honest-to-god Tim Tam Suite.
They’re calling it “the ultimate oasis for an indulgent night”, and talking as someone who stayed there just last week, they’re not wrong.
Everywhere I looked, there were Tim Tams. On the shelves, by the bed, stacked up next to the bath alongside wine glasses, rose petals, and Tim Tam bath robes. It’s peak indulgence, which TBH we all deserve a little bit of after these past 18 months.
It’s more like this…
And not at all like this…
(Still have horrors about The Bachelor‘s choc tub, tbh.)
Arnott’s is giving away five overnight stays in their Tim Tam Hotel Suites, which includes:
- Tim Tam themed robes, slippers and sleep masks
- A custom in-room Tim Tam dessert menu; a Tim Tam inspired coffee wrap treatment from the QT’s in-house spa, spaQ
- $1,000 of travel and amenities credits
- And an almost never-ending supply of Tim Tams
(Okay, so it’s not quite never-ending. But can you eat your way through something like 100 packets of 11 biccies? Because that’s what we’re talking about here. Almost one hundred packets of Tim Tams, which is my personal estimate but also, I’m probably not wrong.)
The comp is to celebrate the four new ‘Crafted Collection’ flavours: Murray River salted double choc, Moreton Bay raspberry and dark choc, Kensington Pride mango and cream, and Dimbulah Mountain Estate coffee and choc. Take it from me: the salted double choc is a dreaaaaam.
Want to enter? Get in right here.
For the rest of us who aren’t one of the lucky five winners, you can pick up the new flavours at the supermarket right bloody now and recreate it at home. Hot tip: wear a robe, because proper clothes just don’t scream ‘maximum indulgence’, you know?