(The) Carnival Suite” featuring ceiling-hung clouds of cotton candy and a huge in-wall carnival booth where you can actually play “Tip The Troll” or knock over milk jugs by throwing bean bags at them while you lie in a luxurious king-sized bed.
Clermont, FL (PRWEB) May 29, 2012
Andrew Greenstein has unveiled his elaborate new "Sweet Escape" (http://www.sweetescapehouse.com) – a vacation rental home that proves that he is truly a cross between Walt Disney and Willy Wonka. Available to anyone looking to rent in the Orlando area for 3 nights or more, his gated estate features a chocolate “sugar rush” waterslide running down “sugar high mountain” into the world’s only swimming pool designed to look like an ice cream cone with a cherry (hot tub) on top. Quickly becoming a popular retreat for couples, families, reunions, corporate retreats, and assorted vacationers, the backyard of Sweet Escape looks like a theme park designed by an Oompa Loompa: There’s a peppermint splash park, a 500+ square foot candy themed game made out of colorful concrete walkways, Black & White Cookie themed giant checkers, LifeSavers Candy Tire Swings, and even a s’mores-themed Campfire Cookout! One visitor, Nicholas Vitani reported “There’s nothing else in Florida…and probably nothing else in the world… anything like it…I’m simply blown away.”
Inside the Sweet Escape’s gingerbread themed walls, 10 large bedrooms are spread out across 8,000 square feet-- each with its own sugar-coated interactive entertainment venue. Greenstein explains that he “wanted every area to have something that would be entertaining enough for guests to fight over who gets which room!” Some of the results include: A “Pepsi-Cola Diner” bedroom with a classic pinball machine. A “Carnival Suite” featuring ceiling-hung clouds of cotton candy and a huge in-wall carnival booth where you can actually play “Tip The Troll” or knock over milk jugs by throwing bean bags at them while you lie in a luxurious king-sized bed. A kids’ “lollipop ball” bedroom features thousands of colorful air-filled plastic balls coating the floor and a “Milky Way (Bar) Galaxy” bedroom pits aliens vs. earthlings in an intense game of laser tag for control of what Greenstein named “the chocostroid belt.” Beyond the 10 themed bedrooms is even more ‘icing on the cake: ‘The Sweet Escape’s 1200+ square foot
“Ice Cream Social” doubles as a huge night club with a high-end sound system, strobe lights, DJ booth, family karaoke, video games, and more.
While The Sweet Escape definitely has at its core a child-like concept, it’s also an extremely luxurious, refined, and adult-appropriate estate home. In fact, Greenstein reports that one of his best clients used it for an all adult corporate retreat. From granite counter tops to state-of-the-art appliances and gorgeous décor all with a “cherry on top,” The Sweet Escape is sure to please any vacationer looking for a unique place to stay just outside of Orlando.
To view the home, visit sweetescapehouse.com