Spend your holiday at a home away from home—with fuzzy socks, holiday snacks and more in the two-bedroom suite.
The holiday season is knocking at the door and Santa Claus will be arriving before you know it. If you haven’t booked a flight and hotel somewhere far, far away just yet, it may be time to consider making staycation plans instead.
Gaylord National Resort is celebrating the season with a Christmas-themed, two-bedroom suite, filled with a fully stocked kitchen of hot cocoa and seasonal coffee, seasonal bath products, Christmas decor and more.
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Gaylord has taken out all of the stops for overnight guests, decorating the suite with garland, wreaths, lights and stockings. There will also be a shareable basket of Christmas confections provided by the resort’s pastry chef, Mohan De Silva.
The suite offers two private rooms, one with two queen beds and one with a king bed, both with private bathrooms. The living area is a shared suite space. Valet parking and a one-hour Christmas photo shoot will also be available to guests.
The resort is also hosting its annual ICE! At Gaylord National, featuring a How the Grinch Stole Christmas theme and over 2 million pounds of ice sculptures, Reindeer Rush Ice Tubing, ice skating, gingerbread decorating and a train ride on the Village Express that takes children to the “North Pole.”
Overnight guest can purchase packages with more holiday-themed events, including priority entrance to ICE!, a pajama story with Snowflake the Elf, breakfast with the characters of Whoville (from The Grinch Stole Christmas), a silent disco party on the ice skating rink and access to a VIP live ice carving demonstration.
Interested guests can add the Christmas Dreams Suite upgrade (when available, after Friday, Nov. 15) to their existing reservation for $549. Other packages can be purchased separately, and the ICE! celebration does not require an overnight stay.
For more information, visit gaylordnational.com. // 201 Waterfront St., National Harbor, Maryland; Starting at $350 per night; packages and add-on prices vary