5 Seasonal Hotel Cocktails You Can Make at Home

Incorporating a signature drink in an event automatically adds a level of sophistication. During the holidays, a festive libation could be considered a must-have. For a limited time, hotels across the country are offering cocktails with serious seasonal flair. If you find yourself in a hotel bar, ideally surrounding by snow, be sure to order these famous drinks. And just in case you miss them, or if you’re dying to make one yourself, here are the indulgent recipes. That way you can recreate the holiday magic year-round! 


Mansion on the Turtle Creek, Dallas: Sugar Plum Dreams

1½ oz. Pisco (Peruvian Brandy)

1 oz. sugar plum reduction

¼ oz. lemon juice


The Fountainbleau Miami: Mint and Chip

¾ oz. Mount Gay Eclipse Rum

¾ oz. Marie Brizard White Crème de Cacao

¾ oz. Marie Brizard Green Crème de Menthe

¾ oz. half-n-half cream

Fresh mint crown

Shaved chocolate flakes


InterContinental New York Barclay: Holiday Mojito

1 oz. apple cider

1 c. Calvados Apple brandy

2 apples

6 cinnamon sticks

3 star anise

2 oz. apple cider calvados mixture

1½ oz. 10 Cane Rum

5 mint leaves

brown sugar

1 oz. simple sugar

1 fresh squeezed lime


The Peabody Hotel, Memphis, Tennessee: Candy Cane Martini

1½ oz. vodka

1 tsp. Peppermint Schnapps

Crushed candy canes

1 whole candy cane


Four Seasons Hotel Chicago: Jack Frost

1½ oz. Stoli Vanil

½ oz. Peppermint Schnapps

1½ Godiva White

White Chocolate Peppermint Bark, shard

Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles, California: Run, Run, Rudolph

1 oz. Tanqueray Gin

2 oz. lemon juice,

1 tsp. simple syrup

¼ oz. Luxardo Sangue Morlacco cherry liqueur



Smart Meetings Related Posts

Close up cropped of smiling Indian woman showing heart shape gesture on chest

How Top Meeting Profs Give Thanks

The hospitality industry has so much to be grateful for as we return to doing what we love, working with partners to welcome guests and create memorable experiences. After reading what these meeting profs are thankful forgot, don’t forget to remember what you’re grateful for.