December is here and the Christmas excitement is at its peak. However, to make your Christmas truly memorable, here is a list of 11 unbelievably attractive places where you can celebrate the Christmas of your lifetime.
McAdenville, North Carolina:
Around 600,000 people show up to get the full blast of Christmas spirit. The picturesque fountain of light in the center of the lake, 375 Christmas trees and more than 450,000 Christmas lights make McAdenville a spectacular place to spend Christmas.
In this small town, there arrive a surprisingly large number of visitors. And why shouldn’t they? The town of Leavenworth, Washington is a beautiful place, made all the more special from the Christmas decorations. The highlights are the arrival of Santa Claus, parade, performance of “The Nutcracker” and much more.
Liberty Hotel, Boston:
So the first thing you notice are the six Christmas trees… hanging upside down from the ceiling. A pretty amazing feat no? and when you realize the fact that it was jail before which is now a luxury hotel, it is seemingly apt that things have turned completely around.
Keystone Resort, Colorado:
The Keystone Resort in Colorado is a winter wonderland. You can go on skiing to your hearts content or go to buffets for fine dining. There are a lot of activities to do here which you will enjoy, no matter what your age is.
Mall of Americas, Minnesota:
The Mall of Americas goes all out in bringing the Christmas spirit. Gigantic ornament balls, enormous holiday wreaths and two 40-foot-high Christmas trees leave you staggered. Of course, when it is the Mall of America, it has to live up to its name.
Gaylord Opryland Resort, Tennessee:
This 2882-room resort gives the impression that it spends the whole year preparing for Christmas. The Ice attraction is particular famous for its chilled indoor park containing, four frozen slides, ice sculptures and a walk-through narrative of “‘’Twas the Night Before Christmas.” With more than two million holiday lights, this resort is drastically changed into a Christmas dream.
Mohonk Mountain House, New York:
During the winter season, this stately resort hotel seems like the perfect place for couples and families. The whole resort is decorated with wreaths, garlands, lights and gingerbread creations. You can indulge in many activities like ice skating, cross-country skiing, and snow tubing.
Helen, Georgia is a Bavarian village located in the mountains of Georgia. The village is filled with traditional German Christmas celebrations which would be a refreshing change of scene from the all-American celebrations you have seen.
Park City, Utah:
Park City, Utah is a stunningly beautiful city situated in a valley. The natural beauty alone is enough to attract visitors but when thousands of lights are added and a torch lit procession is on schedule, who wouldn’t want to spend Christmas here?
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, Arizona:
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess has to make an extra effort in bringing the Christmas spirit since the desert location doesn’t go well with your traditional idea of a Christmas. With that being said, this resort will definitely make your Christmas memorable with its ice skating and fine-dining restaurants. Plus the 67,000 lights glittering on the palm trees produces a mesmerizing effect too.
The town of Aspen, Colorado is especially famous for its “12 days of Aspen” celebrations when the popular ski destination is transformed into a Christmas fantasy, complete with lights, horse drawn sleighs, live reindeer, fireworks, wagon rides and so much more. If anything more is needed to complete the whole Christmas experience, it is the breathtaking mountainous scenery for which Aspen is especially famous for.