This French Hotel Is Offering a Taylor Swift-themed 'Champagne Problems' Package for the Broken Hearted

Royal Champagne Hotel in France

Going through a breakup? There's no better cure than listening to Taylor Swift, drinking champagne, and taking a trip just for you. And, with Royal Champagne Hotel & Spa's new Champagne Solution you can do just that.

Located just 45-minutes outside of Paris in the Champagne region of France, Royal Champagne, a luxury boutique hotel, has created a post-breakup retreat inspired by Taylor's new song, "Champagne Problems," that will cure any broken heart. 

Royal Champagne Hotel in France

Upon arrival at the hotel, guests who book the Champagne Solution will be greeted with a bottle of Dom Pérignon (just like Taylor sings about) waiting in their suite. Once ready, guests can call down for a morning coffee (or a mimosa) to sip on their private balcony overlooking the nearby vineyards. Then, after soaking in the view, guests can head down for a day of pampering in the hotel's 16,000-square-foot spa. Treatments include a KOS Paris face mask to "dry away any unwanted tears." 

After a day of self-care, guests can enjoy Royal Champagne's fine dining restaurant, Le Royal, which will pull out all the stops just for them with a decadent Michelin-starred meal. For an extra boost, the hotel's Champagne concierge can also arrange an exclusive tasting at the many Champagne houses in the region upon request.

Royal Champagne Hotel in France

The package starts at $1,893 and includes two nights in a junior royal suite, which comes with a king-sized bed, lounge area, and oversized soaking tub you can fill with as many bubbles as you'd like. The package also includes first-class roundtrip train ticket from Paris, and all the goodies mentioned above, making it a sweet treat for the broken hearted, or for those who just feel like it's time to treat themselves right. 

Stacey Leasca is a journalist, photographer, and media professor. Send tips and follow her on Instagram now.  

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