Will Ferrell as Buddy The Elf is the epitome of Christmas cheer. A generation of kids have grown up with the Elf movie, and it's spawned everything from animated spin-offs, to breakfast cereal with maple syrup flavored marshmallows. The film has been around for 18 holiday seasons now, and every American knows that the best way to spread Christmas cheer is by singing loud for all to hear. At my house, Elf is a holiday staple. In fact, I'd say if we couldn't see Elf in December, we may just call off Christmas altogether and go right into the new year.

It is my new goal in life to see the Buddy The Elf themed hotel suite in person. It's one of those wish list things that you keep in the back of your mind just in case you ever win the lottery. Although most lotto winners don't set Michigan as their dream destination. The Elf suite is featured at the Royal Park Hotel in Rochester, Michigan and features everything you'd expect it to - walls covered in lights and gift wrap, a ceiling full of snowflakes, and amenities featuring the four main food groups: candy, candy canes, candy corns, and syrup.

The room is available to book through January 31st and is $499 per night, with a portion of the proceeds going to a local charity in Rochester. OH! And get this, guests even enjoy "Buddy's Mailroom Cocktails" made with Maker's Mark. If you happen to be spending the holidays is Michigan, or you're going to be there in January, here's the website to book the Elf room.

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