Christmas at the Anatole (+ Giveaway)

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I absolutely LOVE the Anatole! They have made HUGE strides over the past few years to create fun, family friendly events. Christmas at the Anatole is one of their biggest home runs! They really do a great job of getting you in the holiday spirit! My girls look forward to going to the Anatole, watching a puppet show and having breakfast with Santa. Here are a few of our pictures from last year!

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Visit www.ChristmasAtTheAnatole.com  for additional details and to purchase hotel packages and individual tickets.  Breakfast With Santa Experiences will take place on the below dates.

November 26, 27

December 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23

We are heading there next weekend! I love the Christmas holiday and all the fun that it brings! I can’t wait of my little guy to experience Santa this year! He has so much personality and I know Santa will love him too! Staying the night at the hotel and waking to go have breakfast with Santa is just the whole package! I encourage you to do it all… live large!

Giveaway:

If staying the night at the Anatole and getting to enjoy breakfast with Santa sounds great…then you won’t want to miss this giveaway! Simply leave a comment on this post with who you would take and your favorite Christmas memory! I will choose a winner on Friday Nov. 26th and email you as quickly as possible so you can book your stay! Good luck!

 

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  1. I would take my husband! One of my favorite Christmas memories was when I went to Hungary to visit my sister! She had moved there in August and was very homesick – so it was great to go cheer her up! She had a tiny tree and I brought ornaments and our stockings from our childhood to help decorate! It was fun to experience Christmas in another country too.

  2. Love the holidays! Christmas is my favorite.

  3. I would take my two kids. It would remind me of the first time I took them to breakfast with Santa.

  4. Sarah Stevens says:

    I would love to take our little guy! He’s 14 months old and would LOVE this!

    I’ve grown up doing Christmas in a big way, but the best memories are always centered around being around love ones. Every year as kids we’d get together at my Granny and Poppa’s house, with ten cousins and all the aunts and uncle. One grandkid would get asked to read the Christmas Story from the bible before we started opening gifts, and we took turns going from youngest to oldest opening one gift at a time. We even said one thing we were truly thankful for before each gift we opened. I love how intentional my Granny has always been about keeping Jesus and Family in the center of all the fun.

  5. I would take my 8yr old daughter.

    I let her pick/tell her favorite Christmas memory. Of course, it was a joke at my expense. Lol. Her favorite memory was when her Elf on the Shelf, Gator, put donuts in my best work shoes. It just tickled her pink to see powdered sugar everywhere. Needless to say, seeing her get ready for school so happy (and quickly) without our normal daily (r u ready, where’s your shoes, no we can’t skip school/work) made my day

  6. My 3 little cuties would LOVE this! While they’re still tiny, staycations in the Dallas area are so much fun!

    My favorite Christmas memory is definitely spending Christmas in a cabin in the mountains as a kid. My cousins and aunts and uncles and grandparents were there and it was actually snowing on Christmas Day! It wasn’t about the gifts or going somewhere fancy, but just enjoying each other’s company. I hope I can create memories like that for my own kiddos!

  7. A. Roberts says:

    I would love to take my two girls to the Anatole. We have had a really rough year and this would put a huge smile on their faces. My favorite memory is when my six year old tried to stay awake to see Santa, and cried uncontrollably several times because she was too tired to stay awake all night. After staying up until midnight, she was still up at 4am to see what Santa left her.

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