Christmas and New Year are coming near. Hotels around the world are celebrating the holiday. With twinkling Christmas trees, crystal ornaments, life-like Santas, the holiday season is all around. However, each hotel has its own special approach to the holiday. While some decorate Christmas trees, bake gingerbread house in an effort to give back to their communities, others launch a gingerbread house with organic sugar, eggs, and bread flour or show classic winter movies on the roof of the hotel.
The Crescent Hotel and Spa is taking a slightly different approach to holiday decorations. Its garden will be decorated with many twinkling trees that are dedicated to local charities.
The Crescent Hotel and Spa decorates its garden with many twinkling trees.
The Mandarin Oriental in Hong Kong celebrates the holiday season in a special way in stead of traditional holiday ornaments and décor. A chocolate teddy bear, chocolate rocking horse, and a replica of Santa’s suit will be created.
The Mandarin Oriental in Hong Kong does not celebrate the holiday season in traditional way of holiday ornaments and décor.
The Ritz-Carlton will launch a gingerbread house that is made with organic eggs, sugar, and bread flour. The idea of its green “vegetated” moss roof is inspired by the eco-minded roof of the brand’s first LEED Gold-certified property.
Long-time guest Alber Elbaz will design Claridge’s iconic and annual Christmas tree. The colorful tree features the designer’s trademark marionettes dressed in Claridge’s hotel uniforms.
A 30-foot twinkling Christmas tree will be located in the New York Palace’s courtyard. The hotel is gingerbread, with sugar-plum fairies and snowflakes.
This year those who stay in the Berkeley Hotel will have the opportunity to watch classic winter films like Miracle on 34th Street and Bridget Jones’s Diary.
11-Million-Dollar Christmas Tree
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