Hotels that offer the ultimate holiday experience
Thursday, November 29, 2018
Luxury hotels around the world are offering some mind-blowing holiday-themed experiences for their guests. Topping the list is the historic Châteaux La Réserve Paris Hotel and Spa in Paris.
Its new five-day Christmas package offers guests an over-the-top Parisian experience complete with a classically French suite to a private visit to the Eiffel Tower, a crowd-free exploring of the Louvre, and a cruise down the Seine along with gourmet food and beverage experiences. They have even added a midnight carriage ride around the Vaux-le-Vicomte’s pristine gardens, all steeped in Christmas spirit.
Across the Atlantic, Marriott has lined up enviable holiday indulgences for guests who want a hassle-free holiday. The umbrella brand has announced that their holiday packages would fit varying lifestyles and budgets via their wide range of hotel brands.
Marriott Hotel Manila and Courtyard by Marriott Iloilo in particular are known to offer guests a most relaxing and satisfying hotel experience with the fun and excitement of the season attached to it. While they have been holiday favorites for years, this year they are pulling out all stops to make Christmas even more perfect for their guests.
They combine luxury and comfort with their unique, sophisticated touch that will help guests indulge in the art of doing nothing this holiday season. The topping on the cake is the feast that they have planned for the holidays. A wide array of delectable dishes will be lined up to please discerning taste buds and palates.
Another Christmas-themed hotel that is all set to wow is the Montage Laguna Beach in California. The hotel offers Christmas festivities, including a 35-foot tree, Santa Claus tuck-ins, holiday stocking deliveries, and gingerbread decorating workshops against a stunning Pacific Ocean backdrop.
Arizona’s Fairmont Scottsdale Princess claims to have Santa’s secret headquarters amidst lavish decorations, featuring 4.5 million lights. Its huge outdoor light display for the holidays is well-known. The hotel also has holiday characters, holiday trains and ice skating rinks for the whole family to enjoy
Washington, D.C.’s elegant Willard InterContinental decks its tree with the entire line of White House Christmas ornaments. Free holiday musical performances, afternoon teas, and seasonal cocktails make up a unique and exotic blend of the holidays.
The iconic Plaza hotel in New York City serves three-holiday tea menus that draw guests from all over the world. Choose from the New Yorker Holiday Tea, the Champagne Tea and the Eloise Holiday Tea for children aged 12 and under.
The Roosevelt in New Orleans has a long-standing tradition for Christmas festivities. Among its many offerings, the annual Teddy Bear Tea is the most famous. Children get to have a memorable experience with Santa and his elves without a trek to the North Pole.
The Ritz-Carlton Chicago offers a "Winter is Wonderful" package that includes the stunning Chicago cityscape, a plethora of entertainment for kids and additional local holiday events of a guest’s choice.
If you have a cozier holiday in mind, there are inns that are the perfect getaway for you. The Christmas Farm Inn and Spa in White Mountain National Forest offers the ultimate colonial-style holiday experience. The hotel is a like a holiday paradise, but if you want more, there is always Santa's Village to soak up more of the holiday fever. The Inn at Christmas place in eastern Tennessee, the Apple Farm Inn in San Luis Obispo California and St. Regis Aspen are the other popular Christmas-themed hotels.
Indiana’s Santa's Cottages Lakeside Resort wins hands-down when it comes to holiday cheer. Nestled in the midst of "America's Christmas Hometown," it is hard not to get blow away by the "reindeer express train" and "elf cottage," Santa's Candy Castle, Santa Claus Christmas Store, and Santa Claus Museum and Village.
These Christmas-themed hotels offer a magical ambiance to make the holidays perfect for everyone.
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