You can stay in an 'Elf'-inspired hotel suite this Christmas that would make Buddy proud
Club WyndhamThe 2003 film "Elf" is a modern classic in the holiday movie genre, both because of its Christmas cheer and New York City backdrop. To celebrate the film, Club Wyndham, a vacation and ownership exchange company, is offering guests the chance to stay in a suite inspired by the movie during the 2019 holiday season. The suite features hundreds of paper snowflakes, a wall made of gifts, and Buddy's favorite snacks, including marshmallows and spaghetti. The reservation also comes with complimentary tickets to the Empire State Building and the Rockefeller Center ice skating rink. The suite will be available to the public for stays from December 2 through December 20, and it will cost $399 per night. You can find out more about the holiday suite here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "Elf" is one of the most beloved Christmas movies, in large part because of Buddy's unfailing Christmas cheer. YouTube/Movieclips
The 2003 film starring Will Ferrell follows Buddy as he tries to bring Christmas cheer to New York City, making hundreds of paper snowflakes and singing as often as he can.
Now, Club Wyndham, the world's largest vacation and ownership exchange company, is trying to do the same with a room inspired by "Elf" in its New York City location.
Club Wyndham rooms are typically only available to members, but the organization is opening this one-of-kind suite to the public throughout December in honor of the holiday season, according to a Club Wyndham press release provided to Insider.
The holiday cheer starts at the door of the "Elf"-inspired room, which looks like Buddy's iconic green suit. Club Wyndham
The door is also marked with the phrase, "Oh, you must be here about the story," which is the opening line of the movie.
Upon entering, guests will be greeted by a ceiling covered in hundreds of paper snowflakes. Club Wyndham
The room also features a life-size toy soldier, a giant candy cane, a large Christmas tree, and a pile of presents, according to the Club Wyndham press release.
However, the gifts are just for decoration, so don't try to open them if you're visiting.
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