You can now stay in this Elf-themed hotel suite over Christmas

You can now stay in this Elf-themed hotel suite over Christmas

After more than 15 years, there are still plenty of people out there who think that Elf is one of the best Christmas movies ever, and its fans still cherish its wacky-yet-lovable protagonist and heartwarming/hilarious story.

Elf stars Will Ferrell as Buddy, a human man who was adopted as a baby by Santa and raised as an elf in his grotto in the North Pole. But when Buddy wants to rediscover his heritage as an adult, he takes a trip to New York City to meet his real dad, and hilarity quickly ensues.

Not an opportunity to be missed, you can see the hotel's amazing 'Elf' themed suite below:

This year, in honor of the cult classic, a hotel in NYC is homaging the movie in the best possible way. The Club Wyndham Midtown 45 hotel in Manhattan is transforming one of its suites into a winter wonderland in honor of the Will Ferrell film, and as you can see in the video above, they've taken great pains to make the room as lush and festive as possible.

Presents and candy adorn the room, the walk-in shower has been wrapped with a giant red ribbon, and in the kitchen area you can find pasta, marshmallows, chocolate sauce, Pop-Tarts, cookie-dough rolls, M&Ms, and plenty of soda.

Commenting on the initiative in an interview with British tabloid newspaper The Metro, chief brand officer Noah Brodsky stated: "Every detail of this Elf-inspired suite was designed to put families in awe from the moment they walk in."

He added: "Visiting New York City during the holidays is at the top of many travelers’ bucket lists. We think there’s no better way to do it than to get families immersed into Buddy the Elf’s whimsical Christmas world."

Watch the trailer for the classic Christmas movie 'Elf' below: 

The room is open for bookings between December 2 and December 20, while Club Wyndham members can stay there from December 21-26. The room costs $399 per night, so why not book now if you want to make your yuletide trip to the Big Apple that little bit more magical?