If you're looking for holiday lights, you may want to add the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess's "Christmas at the Princess" to the list.
Watch a video preview of the festival in the player above.
In its ninth year, the annual festival boasts more than 4.5 million lights, including a Christmas tree with 70,000 LED lights that have been choreographed to twinkle and change colors to 18 songs, and a lagoon featuring different lighted displays, including a pirate ship, a three-dimensional whale; and Nessie, a 30-foot Loch Ness monster.
Kids can make s'mores at "S'moresland" and warm up by the fire pits. There is a Ferris wheel, a carousel, and an ice slide that kids can slide down on a tube.
Santa is there for photos. Build-A-Bear has a mini-workshop there. And there is a 6,000-square-foot ice rink. Both Build-A-Bear and the ice rink have additional costs, not included with admission.
HOW MUCH IS IT?
- Self-park/admission is $55, which includes up to six activity wristbands.
- Valet parking/admission is $85, which includes up to six wristbands.
- Individual wristbands are $25.
- Those who eat at one of the resort's restaurants and spend $75 will receive up to six wristbands and complimentary valet parking.