A Strange Twist to a Holiday Christmas Tradition at the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, Santa jet-skis to the resort's Otemanu Beach.
After drying off, 'Ol Saint Nick hands out gifts to kids -- dolls and toys for the little ones replica sunglasses, faux pearls for little girls to make necklaces with, little cars and the like for the little boys and mother of pearl jewelry for the older kids. Santa Paws: For those who love spending the holidays with their four-legged friends, Kimpton hotels across the country have a Santa just for pets named Santa Paws. At Kimpton's The Muse New York, Safety Director Jonathon McDonald traded in his badge for a white, fluffy beard to play Santa Paws. A sturdy six feet, one inch tall, McDonald is normally responsible for maintaining the 200-room hotel's daily safety operations, from monthly fire inspections to monitoring security cameras. For Christmas, he instead helped the hotel's furry friends enjoy treats and toys. Waterskiing Santa: At the Beaches Resorts in Turks Caicos Santa has been known to enter on a jet ski, speed boat and even waterskiing. Dancing Santa: Clothing store Aeropostale is taking Christmas to a new level at its Time Square store in New York. Anybody who buys something at the store can get their picture taken -- and instantly printed -- with the dancing Santa overlooking Times Square. Tropical Santa: Santa and Mrs. Claus need a vacation, just like the rest of us. At the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel the famous duo can be spotted around the resort in tropical attire -- Hawaiian shirts, sunglasses and shorts. Santa and Mrs.
Claus also have their own customized Tiki hut and Santa rides around the resort in a decked-out golf cart that is sure to make all the elves jealous discount sunglasses. Roller Coaster Santa: The Fraternal Order of Real Bearded Santas meet at Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, Calif., every January. Sleighs might offer an amazing ride but there's nothing like a few dozen Santas on a roller coaster. Sexy Santa: In Florida, the W Fort Lauderdale transformed its valet area into Santa's Workshop, complete with a one-of-a-kind Ferrari-powered sleigh and Santa's special helpers, the Miami Dolphins cheerleaders. The event is part of a food drive for charity. And of course to add a little spice to the holiday. Scuba Santa: St cheap sunglasses. Nick can even