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Where are you Merrymaking this Christmas?

Here are 6 festive hotels for super awesome X-mas vacation 

Adorable Santas arrive, humming carols of joy, just as the chilly winds of December become cheerful. Months after the cake mixing ritual heralds the Christmas festivities, the merrymaking gets merrier with dazzling X-mas trees, regaling feasts & music and amusing gift exchanges. And then there’s the H-word to top it all! Of course you know what we mean. Holidays! Yes, Christmas is a great vacation time in addition to all the other fun and frolic. So where are you heading this X-mas – to check out the 80-feet tree in New York or to do some festive shopping in Berlin?! Have you thought of a cosy and comfortable hotel stay for your trip? Well, if you haven’t, we do it for you!

1. New York for a Complete X-Mas Funchristmas festival, christmas in new york

Christmas in New York is a complete package of merrymaking. From the joy of ice skating to sighting the X-mas decorations, it’s like treating all your senses to some of the best things in life.

The Plaza, New York – With 282 rooms, the Plaza redefines luxury in every possible way you can imagine. Some rooms have been revamped with gold-plated fixtures in bathroom! With a luxe spa to pamper guests, expect the best. You must check out the Eloise Shop, the highlight of the Christmas spirit.

Things to do
  • Have fun ice skating! If you are lucky, the weather in New York may surprise you with White Christmas!
  • Pick lovely souvenirs and Christmas gifts at the Union Square Holiday Market
  • View some of the best X-mas decorations at Dyker Heights in Brooklyn
  • Enjoy the chorus performances at Radio City Music Hall
  • Click a selfie with the 80-feet tall tree at Rockefeller Center

2. Christmas Markets in GermanyChristmas Markets in Germany, Christmas celebrations

From Berlin to Cologne, Germany has traditionally been a nerve centre of Yuletide in the history of Christmas celebrations, thanks to its Christmas markets, considered as the best in the world.

Leonardo Royal Hotel Berlin – With a sauna, fitness area and host of services to make your stay in Berlin a comfortable one, Leonardo Royal is the right one for you if you are looking for proximity to the best Christmas markets in Germany.

Things to do

Walk through the best Christmas markets in Berlin, Cologne, Stuttgart, Munich and Dresden.

  • Raise a toast to mulled wines, sausages and some succulent Christmas cuisine
  • Check out sites that have made it to UNESCO World Heritage List
  • Gear up with your shopping bags for shop hopping

3. X-mas, the Victorian Way in Englandchristmas destinations

Wanna experience Yuletide the Victorian way? Make England your Christmas destination this year. From sighting giant Christmas trees to experiencing the awe-inspiring festive spirit at magnificent churches, you cannot miss the Victorian poise and elegance in every detail.

One Aldwych, London – Deluxe rooms or Dome Suites, what’s your idea of luxury? One Aldwych brings you a host of classy festive offerings for Christmas in a highly tasteful ambience.

Things to do

  • Ice skating at Westfield
  • Attend service at St Martin’s In The Field, Trafalgar Square
  • Have a ball of a time at Winter Wonderland, Hyde Park
  • Check out Disney On Ice

4. Sinterklaas Celebrations in the NetherlandChristmas celebration, sint nicolaas

A significant public holiday in the calendar, Christmas celebration is all about spending time with your near and dear ones in Amsterdam and other parts of the Netherland. Sinterklaas or Sint-Nicolaas celebrations is something you just can’t afford to miss.

Park Plaza Vondelpark, Amsterdam – If you were always looking at clubbing your business prospects with a Christmas party, here you have it. Situated next to the well-known Vondelpark, Park Plaza Vondelpark is equipped with state-of-the-art conferencing facilities and is also a perfect Christmas getaway.

Things to do

  • Admire the paraphernalia of Sinterklass celebrations
  • Check out Christmas markets for marathon shopping
  • Experience the mid-winter horn blowing by farms.

5. Joyeux Noël in Francechristmas traditions in france

An eclectic lineup of activities brews up the Christmas celebration in France. Whether it’s the customary burning of candles and cherry wood logs or relishing feast of Turkey, it’s Joyeux Noël at its best!

Hôtel Le Bristol, Paris – Raved for its heritage architecture, the hotel is equipped with luxurious amenities. When you stay at the Le Bristol, you are actually sharing a slice of history as the hotel has played host to the likes of Charlie Chaplin and George Clooney!

Things to do

  • Take a dekko of the dazzling Christmas markets in Paris – Christmas market at Notre Dame Cathedral and Fééries d’Auteuil to name a few.
  • Sighting Mistletoe, Sapin de Noë and other Christmas decorations
  • Attend midnight mass at Notre Dame Cathedral
  • Gorge on the Christmas feast at restaurants — Au Clocher de Montmartre, Le Moulin de la Galette, Les Tablette to name a few

6. Adults Only Love Motels in Japanfamous festival in japan,

Although Buddhism and Shinto are the major religions in Japan, Christmas is a widely celebrated festival in the country. And the best thing is Japanese do it in their own unique way. The experience is unlike that in the Western world.

Hotel Chapel Christmas – Interestingly, Christmas assumes sensuous and romantic hues in Japan. And not surprisingly, Hotel Chapel Christmas is a love hotel for all those who are young at heart. It’s one of the quirkiest love motels in Japan, where couples can hire rooms on hourly basis.

Things to do

  • Enjoy a romantic Christmas Eve in the company of your beloved at any of the happening parties
  • Go KFC – KFC outlets are the hub of Christmas Eve feast ever since the American chain was introduced in the country in 1974.
  • Indulge in the Christmas cake, which is relished by one and all and not just by Christians.

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