Valentine’s Day Date Ideas

Valentine’s Day is coming up! Reservations need to be made and the date needs to be planned. For those of you who need help planning the perfect date night for you and your valentine, you have come to the right place! Here is a list of ideas for you and your valentine to do together:

  1. Make a romantic dinner- Have a picnic in front of your fireplace or set a nice table with candles. Make sure to have wine, chocolate, champagne and roses to make the evening even more romantic. If you happen to be in a state where it is warm outside, make the picnic outside in a park and do dessert under the stars!
  2. Make a reservation at a nice restaurant- Maybe take her to the place where you had your first date to make it even more special or try something new and make reservations at a ‘Dine in the Dark’ restaurant. It will be an experience you won’t forget!
  3. Hotel Getaway- Change up your surroundings and do a little getaway at a hotel. Leave the stress of home and have the excitement of a new location! Get more out of your Valentine’s Day by staying at Red Roof Inn! Save on the room and with the money you save, use it on food, drinks, gifts or activities!
  4. Attend a dance class- Learn salsa dancing, ball room dancing or the fox trot!
  5. Attend a couples cooking class- Learn to make a gourmet meal together. It’s a fun activity that that you can always use together in the future!
  6. Star gazing- Bundle up in blankets and maybe bring a bottle of champagne with you. If it’s too cold outside, go to a local planetarium.
  7. Go on a ski trip- Ski lifts are always a great place to talk and take in a great view of the area. After a day of skiing, curl up in front of the fireplace for a romantic night.
  8. Ice skating- Ice skating is always a fun activity to do with your date! It is a great place to talk, race and skate around holding hands! Grab hot chocolate afterward to warm up!
  9. Make personalized gifts for each other- Create a scrapbook of your time together, a personalized love letter or poem. Make a photo album or a play list for your loved one. These are always the most touching gifts. Most of all, make your own card! It means more when it is from the heart and you take the time to make something.
  10. Wine tasting- Go to a local winery for some wine and cheese tasting. If you are not into wine, then look up local beer tastings.
  11. Create a treasure hunt for your partner- Incorporate places you went to when you first started dating, inside jokes, or places that are important to both of you. Create a poem/hint at each of the places that will lead them to the next place and leave a little gift like a flower or chocolates at each place.
  12. Take a horse and carriage ride- Bundle up in a blanket with some hot chocolate and have a romantic evening in a carriage.
  13. Couples pottery/painting- It is always a lot of fun to make something together with your partner that you can keep forever. Reserve a Wine and Paint Night or go to a pottery place where you can paint on mugs, bowls, jewelry boxes etc.

Red Roof Inn wishes everyone a Happy Valentine’s Day!

-Katie

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Attractions around Glendale, Arizona to visit during the Super Bowl!

Whether you’re a Seattle Seahawks fan or a New England Patriots fan, you can both enjoy your time and travel in Glendale, Arizona! Make a vacation of your stay- don’t just attend the NFL Super Bowl, see all the attractions surrounding the area! Here are some great attractions to check out around Glendale:

  • Gila River Arena (formerly known as the Jobing.com Arena)- Enjoy a hockey game, a concert, or some other form of entertainment at the arena!
  • Camelback Ranch- Visit this stadium in Phoenix, Arizona, known for being the spring training homes of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox!
  • Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix- Enjoy the largest theme park in the state of Arizona! Ride the water slides and relax in the lazy river or wave pool! (Opens in March, so plan on going here next time you visit!)
  • Luke Air Force Base- Visit the world’s largest fighter-pilot training facility! The base is home to more than 300 aircraft, and many of its 8,000 personnel can be seen zipping through the sky daily.
  • Challenger Space Center- Experience simulated space flight missions, space camps, an indoor planetarium, and more at this museum! Fun for the whole family!
  • Hot Air Expeditions, Inc.-  Hot air balloon rides over the beautiful Arizona desert!
  • Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium & Safari Park- Visit Arizona’s largest collection of exotic animals at this zoo with over 6,000 individual animals representing more than 600 exotic and endangered species-You can also feed the giraffes at this zoo!
  • Cerreta Candy Company- Buy some delicious candies or go on a tour of this family-owned candy factory and see how caramel becomes wrapped into tasty treats as well as learn how cream centers are enclosed in chocolate.
  • Glendale Xeriscape Botanical GardenA beautiful garden with 1,000 varieties of desert plants on 4 acres. Open every day with no charge!
  • Glendale Chocolate Affaire-Chocoholics will love this super-sweet Glendale, Arizona free event held on January 30-31 at Murphy Park in Downtown Historic Glendale. Chocolate purveyors from Arizona and around the nation will gather at the festival celebrating not only chocolate, but romance and the arts as well.

Hiking Trails and Tours

  • Thunderbird Conservation Park- A park dedicated to the conservation of the desert area with a series of trails that spans around 20 miles. Enjoy hiking, horseback riding, bird watching and biking.
  • Grand Canal Linear Park- Enjoy walking, horseback riding or biking on this 3.25-mile long linear trail that runs along the Grand Canal.
  • Desert Voyagers Guided River Trips- Kayaking, rafting and stand-up paddle board guided tours.
  • White Tank Mountain Regional Park21 miles of beautiful hiking and biking trails at all levels of difficulty-make sure to check out the Waterfall Trail!
  • Arizona Scenic Tours- Custom guided personalized day trips and multiple excursions throughout Arizona to all of the best destinations including the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Prescott, Tombstone, Phoenix area. Enjoy Winery tours, jeep tours, horseback riding, lake cruises and more!

Looking for a place to tailgate before, during or after the game? Check out these top sports bars near Glendale, Arizona and the University of Phoenix Stadium!

Flying out of Seattle to get to or from Glendale by chance? Our Red Roof Inn Seattle Airport – SEATAC has a great park and fly offer, going to or coming home from the game!

We also still have some rooms available at our Arizona properties near the stadium! The 3 properties include Inn #250, #261 and #265! Book now as the rooms are filling up fast!

Safe travels!

Katie

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Top Columbus, Ohio Attractions

Columbus, Ohio is a great city that is filled with many great dining places, entertainment, sports, shopping and so much more . There are so many great things to do and see around Columbus that you can never get bored! Here are 11 top things to do and see in Columbus, Ohio:

  1. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium- Not only are they the number 1 zoo, but they also have a great, new African exhibit where you can feed the giraffes and a polar bear exhibit where you can go underground and watch the bears swim. During December, they have amazing Christmas lights strung up all around the Zoo and a cool light show. During the summer, ride one of the many water slides at the water park, Zoombezi Bay,  or relax in the lazy river.
  2. Ohio State University- Catch a Buckeye game or concert at The Shoe or the Schottenstein Center. You don’t want to miss the 2-day Buckeye Country Super Fest this summer on June 20-21 at the Ohio Stadium where the biggest stars in Country music are going to perform! When walking around the campus, make sure to see the The Oval, The Ohio Union, the 11-story Thompson library, or the RPAC. Experience the atmosphere and participate in a festive tailgate before a game. Not to mention that the Bucks are now National Champions!
  3. Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream- This awesome ice cream shop is a Columbus, Ohio start up! You can get unusual and unique flavors here and it is absolutely delicious! Try the salty caramel or the pistachio & honey flavor. If you can’t decide on the flavor, just sample them all!
  4. Easton Town Center- There are many great malls around Columbus, but one of the best and biggest malls here is the Easton Town Center! Easton is a huge shopping center with an indoor mall area and outside outlets all around. They have a movie theater inside and a comedy restaurant called The Funny Bone. They have delicious restaurants all around, like Abuelo’s, where they are known for their fajitas for two. During Valentine’s Day at Easton, they have horse and carriage rides. At night, their outside shopping area is all lit up in lights and there is a beautiful fountain in the center of it all.
  5. Columbus Clippers Games- During baseball season, it is always a great time to go to the Huntington Park for a Clippers game with all your friends, especially during Dime-a-Dog night or Buck-a-Bone night!
  6. Arena District- The Arena District has many fun things to do and see. Catch a Blue Jackets games at the Nationwide Arena. You don’t want to miss the 2015 Honda NHL All-Star Game that takes place at the Nationwide Arena on January 24th! During the week of the All-Star Game, they also have a ton of activities like ice skating, a gigantic snow slide, and a fair! They also have great restaurants and bars around the area, like Buca di Beppo, an Italian restaurant where huge, family style dishes are shared and where there are many different and unique dining rooms inside. After a game, stop by The Big Bang Bar: Dueling Pianos, where you get to listen to two piano players sing and play great music while people sing and dance along.
  7. Downtown / Short North- Overall, the Downtown/Short North area is a great place to shop and dine. Take a stroll along the beautiful Scioto Mile, where they have many festivals during the summer, like the Columbus Arts Festival. Check out the North Market, where there are places to eat from all around the world and where they also host many festivals and activities during the summer, like a beer and wine tasting fest and Drive-In movies. Also, catch a play/musical at the Ohio Theater or the Palace Theater.
  8. COSI- A great family place to go is the COSI science center. It is a fun and interactive science museum where they have games and activities that help you learn. Some of their exhibits include a life and human body exhibit, a space exhibit and an ocean life exhibit. They also, however, hold a 21 and up event every month called COSI after Dark where they have bars on each floor. You don’t want to miss the star show in the planetarium or a National Geographic movie on the big IMAX screen.
  9. Ohio State Fairgrounds / The Columbus Crew- During the summer, the Ohio State Fairgrounds hosts the Ohio State Fair where there is great food, entertainment, animals, rides, shopping, art and so much more. They also host a variety of events throughout the year at the Expo Center. The fairgrounds are right next to the Columbus Crew Stadium where you can watch the Columbus Crew dominate in soccer or catch a concert, which is sometimes held there.
  10. German Village – This is a nice area to walk around or grab a bite to eat! Definitely check out The Thurman Cafe, which was on Man v. Food! They have amazing and huge burgers. If you are a burger lover, then you definitely have to try this place.
  11. Hollywood Casino Columbus- The largest, Vegas style casino in Columbus! You can test your luck and win big here!

There are also many Red Roof Inn‘s in and around Columbus! Get more out of your travel experience by staying with us. Not to mention, this is where our corporate headquarters are.

Safe travels!

Katie

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Explore Arlington, Texas during the National Championship!

If you’re traveling to Arlington, Texas for the 2015 National Championships game at the AT&T Stadium, and whether you’re an Ohio State Buckeye fan or an Oregon Duck fan, make the most out of your trip and explore Arlington! Make it a week-long event!

Stay at Red Roof Inn to get the most out of your travel experience. Red Roof Inn Dallas – DFW Airport North is only 16.8 miles away from the stadium!

Here are some things that you can do around Arlington:

  • Check out the Planetarium at the University of Texas at Arlington for some awesome stargazing. While there, you can also explore the campus.
  • Explore paintings, sculptures and the history of art at the Arlington Museum of Art.
  • Visit the Dallas Zoo, the oldest and largest zoological park in Texas! Make sure to feed the giraffes at the Giants of the Savanna exhibit while you are there! Best of all, during January and February, admission is only $5!
  • For an African safari experience, visit the Fossil Rim Wildlife Center for a scenic wildlife drive. You can interact with over 1,100 rare and endangered animals roaming free in their herds while there!
  • If you love Aquariums, you won’t want to miss the Dallas/Sea Life Aquarium! They have an amazing 360° underwater Ocean Tunnel, 4 rescued sea turtles, an awesome shark exhibit and so much more.
  • Visit the International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame for the history of bowling! See how bowling balls & pins are made and also play on a fully functioning small-ball bowling lane.
  • Finally, take a ride on the Grapevine Vintage Railroad. You get to ride in an authentic Victorian-style coach along the historic Cotton Belt Route between Downtown Grapevine and the Fort Worth Stockyards.

Most importantly, plan a whole day and night to tailgate activities and after parties on the 12th during the football game! Click Here for a list of Sports Bars around the AT&T Stadium.

Safe travels and go Bucks!

-Katie

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Meet Louie, My New Kitten

My favorite Christmas present I got this year was my new kitten named Louie. As a major animal lover, I have always wanted my very own pet and I finally have one! Louie is 3 months old and I absolutely love him! He loves to play and he especially loves to cuddle in my lap. I love knowing that if I ever have to travel, I can bring Louie along when I stay at Red Roof Inn with no extra charge!

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Here are some fun facts about cats I got off of Cat Time:

  1. The average cat sleeps 16-18 hours per day. (No wonder Louie loves cuddling in my lap most of the day!)
  2. Most cats are lactose intolerant and should not be given cow’s milk.
  3. A male cat is called a “Tom” and a female cat is called a “Queen.” (Louie is a Tom.)1419704639502
  4. Cats have more than 100 different vocal sounds. (Louie has a silent meow and a loud meow. He mostly wants food or attention when he meows.)
  5. Cats can run up to 30 miles per hour. (Louie runs this fast whenever there is a loud noise!)
  6. A cat can jump approximately seven times its height. (Right now, Louie can hardly jump up to my bed, but he is still growing!)
  7. A cat’s sense of smell is approximately 14 times greater than that of a human.
  8. Cats have five toes on each front paw, but only four toes on each back paw.
  9. Cats who fall five stories have a 90 percent survival rate.
  10. A cat’s whiskers aren’t just for show – they help cats detect objects and navigate in the dark, especially since cats cannot see in complete darkness, only at low light levels.
  11. Humans greet each other by shaking hands; cats greet one another by touching their noses together.

I hope everyone had a great Christmas just like I did and a great New Year’s! Make sure to follow the Red Roof dog, Mac, on twitter at @redroofmac.

-Katie

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Red Roof Inn Winter Activities

This winter, Red Roof Inn Corporate has been filled with holiday spirit over all of the winter activities that took place during December. Here is a summary of all the activities that happened. They can also give you ideas for winter activities that you can host next year!:

  • Stocking decorating! We all got to participate in making a festive stocking to hang on our cubicles to collect goodies throughout December.

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    Craft time!

  • We asked for people to send us pictures of their pets dressed up in their holiday wear on Social Media, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter with the hashtag #MyFestivePet in the post. Here is a collection of pictures we received:pets
  • We had our annual Christmas Party, which had a casino theme! We had so much fun playing Black Jack, Roulette, Wheel of Fortune and more! Lucky raffle winners got to walk away with great prizes, including a Las Vegas prize pack!
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    Eat, drink and be merry!

  • Pajama Day! Everyone in the office got to come in to work wearing their pajamas! That was a very easy day to get ready for work. We just rolled out of bed in our pajamas! :) pajamas!
  • Holiday cookie bake-off! Once again, the Maple Bacon Cookie took the win! Look at my Cookie Hop blog post for the recipe!IMG_0164
  • White Elephant Gift exchange! Everyone in the office brought in gifts (mostly gag gifts) and we got to do 3 rounds of exchanges before we opened them.weg
  • Santa came in to Red Roof and we got to take pictures with him and tell him what we wanted for Christmas! No, you are never to old to sit on Santa’s lap.santa
  • We helped to surprise a fellow coworker whose son came home for the holidays.homecoming
  • We filled our giving trees with toys, clothes and canned goods, which we donated to charities in need, like Toys For Tots, Mid Ohio Food Bank and the YMCA Family Center!trees toy tree
  • Mac, the Red Roof Inn dog made a twitter account, @redroofmac,  so make sure to follow him and stay in touch with how his day has been, including the towel fights he has and his fashion updates on the handkerchiefs that he wears.

    Indeed, I do have a thing for kerchiefs.

    Indeed, I do have a thing for kerchiefs.

Don’t forget to follow @RedRoofInn on Instagram to stay in touch with our events, holiday decor, guest posts, attractions, travel quotes and pet pictures!

Wishing everyone a holiday filled with fun, cheer, love and happiness,

-Katie

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Cookie Hop: Maple Bacon Cookie for the win

Today was Red Roof Inn Corporate’s annual Cookie Hop! Everybody in the office came hungry with a batch of their homemade cookies and boy were they good! Our plates and bellies were full with dozens of different kinds of cookies.IMG_0164

This year our cookie winner was a Maple Bacon Cookie recipe! It is absolutely delicious and is a perfectly creative holiday treat to make for your Christmas dessert. Who doesn’t love bacon!? Here is the winning recipe!:

Maple Bacon Cookies (Iced and plain)

INGREDIENTSiced and un iced maple bacon cookies 1

  • 7 slices of bacon
  • 2 tablespoons + 1/2 cup good quality maple syrup (divided)
  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon fine grain sea salt
  • 1 stick (1/2 cup) unsalted butter, room temperature
  • 1 cup lightly packed dark brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 3/4 teaspoon maple extract

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Preheat an oven to 350°F. Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment and set wire rack on the lined baking sheet. Lightly spray the wire rack with non-stick cooking spray. Arrange bacon in a single layer on the wire rack. Brush 1 tablespoon of maple syrup evenly over the slices. Cook the bacon for 10 minutes in the oven, then flip the slices, and brush the other side evenly with 1 tablespoon maple syrup. Continue to cook the bacon until crisp and dark in spots (about 10 – 15 minutes more). Let the bacon cool completely, then chop into small bits.
  2. Combine flour, baking soda and sea salt in a medium bowl, whisking to combine. Set aside. Add butter and sugar to a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment. Cream sugar on medium speed until light and fluffy (2 – 3 minutes). You can also use a hand mixer here. Add the egg, vanilla extract and maple extract, mixing until incorporated. Add the maple syrup, and mix until well incorporated. Add the dry ingredients (flour mixture) to the wet ingredients (butter-egg mixture) in 3 additions, beating at a lower speed until each addition is just incorporated. Fold in the reserved, chopped candied bacon. Cover the cookie dough with plastic wrap, and let chill in the refrigerator for 1 hour.
  3. Preheat an oven to 350°F and place a rack in the center of the oven. Scoop 1 tablespoon of cookie dough, and, using your hands, roll into a ball. Place balls on a parchment-lined baking sheet 2 inches apart. Bake for 10 – 12 minutes until the cookies turn lightly golden around the edges. Allow to cool on the baking sheet for 2 minutes before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely.

Enjoy the cookies and happy holidays!

Katie

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Winter Driving Tips

After having the coldest winter last season in Columbus, Ohio with lots of ice and snow, plus having a very old Lincoln Town Car that always broke down on me or would not start up during the winter, I learned that it is always smart to have some winter traveling tips on hand to help keep you safe when on the road.

Supplies to Keep In the Car

  • Blankets- This is great if your heat won’t work, if your car is old and takes forever to heat up, or if you break down. Last year, when driving home from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan after spending Christmas up there, our car broke down in the middle of nowhere where the nearest tow truck location was an hour and a half away. Thank God for the blankets we kept in the car, otherwise we would have froze because it took 3 hours to be rescued and the degrees were in the negatives! Also, keeping some granola bars in your car is also good if this happens. Make sure to keep your hazard lights on when broken down on the side of the road!
  • Gloves, hat, and scarf- I always keep an extra pair of gloves in the car to drive with so my hands don’t freeze or for when I need to scrape the snow and ice off my car.
  • Ice scraper, shovel and kitty litter! -An ice scraper is an obvious must. Last year, the shovel and kitty litter helped me out a lot. My car last year was very prone to getting stuck, even in small amounts of snow, especially since I had to parallel park on my street and would sometimes get blocked in by all the snow the snow trucks would push to the side. I would have to shovel my way out and put kitty litter around my tires to help with the grip and traction when easing out of snowy and icy situations.

Unlocking/Starting a Frozen Car

  • Many times last year, I was not able to get in my car because the lock was frozen over! When this crisis happened, I would get cups of hot water and ONLY pour it over the key hole and key. I would then wiggle the key back and forth in the key hole until it finally unlocked. Do not pour the hot water on the windows! This could cause them to shatter!
  • Let your engine warm up once the car is started before going. This leads to a safer and more efficient car with less chance of breaking down.
  • If your car won’t start because the battery is dead, then you will need a jump! Either have jumper cables or your AAA card on hand in case this happens.

Driving Tips

  • Make sure to take turns slowly and watch out for black ice! Cars can easily spin out, causing you to lose control if you are not careful! Keep your lights on if it is very snowy and make sure your windshield wipers are working properly! Give yourself lots of space to stop so you don’t spin out or lose control as well.
  • Make sure you have enough fluid in your car to clean off the salt from the roads that clouds up your vision on your windows, otherwise you will have to stop at a gas station a lot on the road to clean off your windows.
  • If your car has a setting for driving in the snow, then use it! (stability control and 4-wheel or all-wheel drive).
  • Once again, have your AAA card and number on hand in case your car breaks down or you get stuck!
  • Most importantly, if the roads are not safe to drive on, then stay off the road and do not go out driving!

If needing a place to stay for the night to wait out a snow storm or if your flight gets delayed, remember that a Red Roof Inn is very budget friendly and a great place to stay for a inexpensive, warm night! Some Red Roof Inns are right off the highway or near the airport so you do not even have to detour from your travels.

Safe travels everyone! Stay safe and warm!

Katie

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Winter Festivities: The Columbus Zoo Wildlights

Now that it is December, I am reminded of all the winter festivities that I look forward to every year! Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, I always plan a weekend trip during the winter to the Columbus Zoo for their spectacular Wildlights, which started on November 16th and goes through January 4th.

Not only do I love the winter season for the beautiful snow, Christmas, trees, decorations, hot chocolate, ice skating and family, but I love it for all the events and lights that are put up every year. My neighborhood where I grew up was always one to go all out during the winter season with amazing lights. I loved just driving around my neighborhood and other neighborhoods during this time to check out everyone’s decorations.

No one can beat the fantastic decorations of the Columbus Zoo Wildlights though. Even though I go every year, I never get sick of seeing them. Although most of the animals are put away for the winter, the indoor exhibits are still open, so you also get to see animals as well as the lights. My favorite part of the Wildlights is walking around with hot chocolate to keep me warm and watching the light show that happens every half hour around the pond at the front of the Zoo. Every year they change up the songs that the lights are synchronized to flash too, but my favorite song that they have synchronized the lights to in the past is the Tran-Siberian Orchestra song, Carol of the Bells. Not only is this song and the band one of my favorites, but add a light show to it and you will get chills from how amazing it is. (I am also going to try and get tickets to the Tran-Siberian Orchestra concert this year that is held in Columbus during December).

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I definitely recommend to everyone to check out the Columbus Zoo Wildlights this year and, like me, you will want to add that to one of your holiday traditions where you either go with your family, friends or significant other every year. In the past, I have gone with my family, friends, my boyfriend, and I even took my grandma one year when she visited and she loved it!

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There are even a few Red Roof Inns that are close to the Columbus Zoo if you want to travel and visit this winter attraction or are traveling to be with family in Columbus.

Safe travels to everyone as the snowy drives begin! I hope everyone has their ice scrapers ready!

Katie

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Top 10 Christmas Movies

Now that it is December and nights are getting cold and snowy, it becomes the perfect time to cuddle up in a blanket with hot chocolate and turn on a great holiday movie! This month also marks the start of 25 days of Christmas on ABC Family! There are many Christmas movies that I like, some of them are traditions in my family to watch every year together. For our family Christmas party, we never fail to all get together and watch Polar Express. My brother started this tradition in 2004 when the movie came out because he loved it so much. When we spend Christmas in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, we always watch National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and A Christmas Story together. Because of these family traditions, those 3 movies will always be in my top 10 list. Here is my official list of favorite movies that you should catch this month:

  1. Elf
  2. The Santa Clause
  3. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
  4. Miracle on 34th street (1994 version)
  5. Polar Express (I love the song ‘When Christmas Comes to Town‘ in this movie!)
  6. A Christmas Story
  7. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000 version-I also love the song ‘Where are you Christmas‘ from this movie!)
  8. A Christmas Carol (1984 version)
  9. The classic Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer (1964)
  10. The classic Frosty the Snowman (1969)

What is your favorite Christmas movie? At Red Roof PLUS+, we provide the perfect atmosphere for a winter movie night with our NextGen® rooms, which includes warm bedding with Rest Suite beds by Serta® and flat screen TVs. We also now provide HBO, so you can always catch a good movie or show on that channel!

Stay warm during these snowy months!

Katie

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