Want to enjoy Christmas without all of the decorating or worse yet, taking down the decorations just a few weeks later? Maybe you need to get away and have all of your holiday dreams come true. We know of two hotels who have created over-the-top holiday experiences for singles, couples and families to get their fill of Christmas overload.
Rock Around the Christmas Tree
The Holston House in Nashville, Tennessee is upgrading their luxury, music-themed guestrooms with a fully decorated Christmas tree, an in-room record player complete with holiday records, valet parking and tickets to the Country Music Hall of Fame. Up on the rooftop (click, click, click), different holiday movies are played each night with complimentary popcorn and easy access to a full bar to order cocktails.
Overlooking the historic lobby is where you’ll find the Tacky Christmas Bar Extravanganza serving up festive beverages and bites amongst winter wonderland décor, live holiday music and a variety of holiday cocktails to sip on, including the “Snowhere Like Home”, “License to Chill” and “Up to Snow Good.”
Those staying at the property from December 20-23 can take advantage of the hotel’s gift wrapping station for any last-minute gifts that need to get wrapped before heading home.
Rates are based on double occupancy and booking must be made 48-hours in advance of stay dates. Full package details available upon request.
Home Alone, But Never Alone at The Curtis
Denver’s hap, happiest hotel of all, The Curtis offers a “Home Alone, But Never Alone” special that includes festive, fully decorated rooms with unique gifts and treats tucked away. No sense in shaking the boxes – we’ll just tell you what they include: $20 in-room holiday movie credit, a $10 seasonal drink credit at The Corner Office bar and a $5 credit to spend at the 5 & Dime store (though we doubt you’ll actually find anything there that is actually sold for ten cents so don’t get too excited). You’ll also enjoy a seasonal playlist of favorite holiday tunes, classic childhood games and free parking. Rates are as low as $99!
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