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An Impressive Look at Apple Tree Resort and Hotel’s Gigantic 21.4 feet-high Christmas Tree

Christmas is a yearly religious and cultural celebration among Christians that commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ. The word “Christmas” comes from the Mass of Christ that observes mainly on December 25, and Filipinos are known to celebrate the longest Christmas season in the world that casually begins on the month of September and ends on January.

As the daylight hours get shorter, and while night hours are getting longer, the spirit of the Yuletide season can be felt and experienced all over the city through jubilant, and splendid embellishments of dancing lights, Christmas trees with sizable tallness, attractive parols and the likes that can be found at different establishments including hotels.
Apple Tree Resort and Hotel's 21.4 feet-high Christmas Tree that is made up of  3,550 pieces coconut spikelets commonly called as “Botay” from the groves of Aubijid, Molugan, and El Salvador City in the province of Misamis Oriental. It’s adorned with around 1,000 pieces of green, gold, silver, red, and blue Christmas balls, and accordingly, took a 432 man hours to make.
It has been an annual tradition for us Christians to light up our Christmas Trees with different decors as to officially signify the start of the yuletide season. Indeed, Christmas is just around the corner, a perfect season of sharing and giving especially to our brethren who were given the least interest in society.

The Premier Resort and Hotel in Cagayan de Oro and Misamis Oriental- Apple Tree Resort and Hotel has been notably recognized as having an inspiring and remarkable Christmas Tree every year that utilizes different sets of materials to create a grand masterpiece. Each year, the Christmas tree evolves in distinctive themes that result to amazing outcomes.

Just recently, Apple Tree Resort and Hotel opened the Yuletide season through the Christmas Tree Lighting event, an industry tradition where a hotel introduces the year’s Yuletide promotions and beneficiaries. Being the first one in presenting the idea to Cagayan de Oro and Misamis Oriental, it was brought 5 years ago through a celebration of themes annually.

From the moment you stepped out from your car, and ascend to its lobby, an enormous Christmas Tree will welcome patrons and guests with indigenous design.

This year, the Christmas Tree was meticulously made through the efforts of their employees. The Christmas Tree has a height of 21.4 feet to be exact with a diameter of 11 feet and is made up of 3,550 pieces coconut spikelets commonly called as “Botay” from the groves of Aubijid, Molugan, and El Salvador City in the province of Misamis Oriental. It’s adorned with around 1,000 pieces of green, gold, silver, red, and blue Christmas balls, and accordingly, took a 432 man hours to make.

While other hotel establishments has also opened the yuletide season through the Christmas Tree Lighting events, Apple Tree Resort and Hotel’s Christmas Tree is by far having the biggest one, and also Gigantic the Resort has ever been made!
With my lovely wife and our little princess #SofiaFyrstinde while bearing our 6 months #LittleSibling
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Apple Tree Resort and Hotel, the premier Resort Hotel in Misamis Oriental and Cagayan de Oro City is a three-star Resort Hotel conveniently located at Zone 2, Taboc, Opol, Misamis Oriental and offers 36 guest rooms, 3 suites, 2 swimming pools for kids and adults, a restaurant, and function areas both outdoor and indoor for any events celebration with the perfect view of the Macajalar Bay, and the Camiguin Island. It is 20 minutes away from Laguindingan Airport and 15-20 minutes away from Cagayan de Oro City.

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