For those of you with a huge surplus of spending cash and the desire to experience Christmas in a way that 98 percent of the planet can never even dream of, check out these ultra expensive and unique Christmas destinations:
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1) The North Pole – Travel from Russia to the North Pole with Quark Expeditions. According to Reader’s Digest, “The tour includes a lap pool, stops along the way for a hot-air balloon ride high above the snow, and a helicopter ride over the frozen expanse of the Arctic Ocean.”
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2) Reykjavík – When money is truly no object, why not stay in the most expensive Christmas destination in the world. According to grapevine.is, ” …a single hotel room for Christmas Eve costs on average just over 36,000 ISK.”
3)Lapland – Apparently, according to the Daily Mail, a high end travel company is offering a 9 day tour for $125,000. Included: “Highlights of the trip include travel by a luxury private jet, a husky sled ride, overnight stays in a treetop hotel and a hotel made of ice, along with a chance to see the Northern Lights.” Get in fast though, because apparently it is only being offered to one family.
4) Omni La Costa Resort & Spa – (a bargain for $30,000) According to Luxury Travel Magazine, “Available exclusively for stays from December 23-27, 2016, guests who book this package will spend their evenings in the luxuriously and recently renovated 3,011 square foot Presidential Suite, gathered around the fireplace and a beautifully decorated Christmas tree. Indulge in a nightly gourmet cookies and hot cocoa turndown service with unlimited access to family holiday movies.”
5) Oetker Resort – According to Lightfoottravel.com, “The five-star resort Oetker has created possibly the world’s most glamorous family holiday yet. This no-expense spared eight-day trip will whisk you from snowy mountains of Courchevel to the twinkling lights of Paris for just SGD$676,885.” Everything from ski instruction to vintage cars to an actual ball, is included.