It's the Holiday Season
There’s nothing better than the twinkling lights and colorful displays of holiday decorations. Their mood-lifting jubilance is always a beloved sight to behold, and even more so when they’re done with extra creativity and skill as showcased in this special collection of Starwood properties across the country.
The Liberty, Boston, Massachusetts
Westin Savannah Harbour Golf Resort & Spa, Savannah, Georgia
Sheraton Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii
The beachfront hotel uses what it has at its disposal and orchestrates a spectacular annual sand sculpture. Last year’s theme was the selfie while this year will feature snowmen in a Rumfire Cabana.
Sheraton Seattle, Seattle, Washington
The Sheraton Hotel culinary team, in collaboration with local Architecture firms and Builders Associations, design and then bake life-size gingerbread houses. This year, the custom creations are inspired by everyone’s favorite wizarding world. Open to the public, visitors are encouraged to vote for their favorite design.
SwanDolphin, Orlando, Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Claus enjoy soaking up the Florida sunshine and entertaining guests on various nights at their winter residence; a classic tiki hut right on the causeway.
W Montreal, Montreal, Canada
In collaboration with graffiti artist, CRASH, the multiple story-high tree will be an interactive experience for guests.
The St. Regis New York, New York
The St. Regis New York has transformed the lobby of the hotel into a stunning winter’s day in 1904. Turn back a page in our storied history to a whimsical scene inspired by the signature glamour of the holiday celebrations held annually by the Astor Family. Additionally, the hotel has partnered with The Great Republic on an extremely unique holiday pop-up shop located just off the lobby in the Cognac Room. The Great Republic is a celebration of American History and products include rare one-of-a-kind pieces of history as well as handcrafted artisan goods. The shop will allow guests an opportunity to purchase extremely unique items for themselves or as a gifts during this holiday season.