Celebrate Christmas year-round at these 4 cozy hotels
TORONTO — We all know someone who loves the holidays, who goes above and beyond what’s considered an acceptable amount of Christmas cheer. These uber-hoilday fans are usually the last to take down their trees and the first to mourn the end of the festive season, but great news – there’s a way for them to celebrate the season all year long.
Business Insider has found four hotels that are holiday-themed from January all the way through to December, allowing Christmas fans to prolong the most wonderful time of year. Quaint, cozy and decked out in holiday garb, these four properties are perfect spots to partake in general merriment.
The Inn at Christmas Place – Pigeon Forge, TN
This cozy retreat nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains has been celebrating Christmas 365 days a year since 2007. Guests at this Bavarian-style hotel can expect Santa Claus concerts on select nights, a towering glockenspiel that rings throughout the day, and an outdoor pool with a water slide.
Hotel Casa de Montanha – Gramado, Brazil
Here, guests will find a charming Christmas Suite decorated with tartan plaid wallpaper, antique furniture and even portraits of Saint Nick himself.
Santa’s Lakeside Cottages – Santa Claus, IN
Yes, this place actually exists. Dubbed ‘America’s Christmas Hometown’, Santa Claus is best known for Holiday World, an amusement park with a special Christmas section. Here, Santa’s Lakeside Cottages come quipped with Christmas-tree quilts, Santa statues and rustic furniture. For added measure, Elf Pond provides a scenic backdrop.
Hotel Chapel Christmas – Narita, Japan
Japan is known for its off-the-wall trends and oddball attractions, and this hotel is certainly no exception. Located just 10 minutes from Tokyo’s international airports, Hotel Chapel Christmas looks list it leapt off the pages of a comic book, with a pastel-coloured exterior and Santa Claus portraits.
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