YOU can now stay in an Elf-themed Christmas hotel suite in New York filled with presents, tinsel and festive snacks and treats.
Club Wyndham is opening the festive room for just $399 (£309) next month.
The room is open to the public between December 2 and December 20, while Club Wyndham members can stay between December 21 and December 26.
The suite, which can sleep four, is based on the character Buddy, played by Will Ferrell in the festive film classic Elf and has been designed in time for Christmas.
Guests are greeted by a door wrapped in a green elf jacket which had the opening line of the film: "Oh, hello. You must be here about the story."
Inside are presents lining the walls from ceiling to floor, with tinsel, thousands of paper snowflakes and garlands throughout the rooms.
Every door, cupboard and even the shower is wrapped up in a giant red bow while a large cracker statue sits in the main room.
The kitchen has all of Buddy's favourite snacks – candy canes, candy, candy corns and other sweet drinks and sweets.
Each room has a fully decorated, sparkling Christmas tree, with bows and stockings scattered throughout.
Kids can even play with some of the toys including an Etch a Sketch and Jack in the Box.
A stay in the suite also includes complimentary admission for four guests to the Empire State Building and Rockefeller Center.
Bookings open on November 25 but you'll have to be quick as dates are likely to sell out.
Flights to New York can be found in December from £405 with Norwegian.
Patrick Clayton, the founder of the design company behind the room, said: "From the moment guests enter this suite, they are going to see every detail in the movie that they remember, from the Jack in the Box to the spaghetti in the kitchen."
A hotel in Birmingham got into the festive spirit much earlier this year after putting up their Christmas tree in August.
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