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Royal Park Hotel Gingerbread Lighthouse 2015

Royal Park Hotel Gingerbread Lighthouse 2015 pics, video, and info for 2015 holiday season. The giant gingerbread house returns to the lobby of the Royal Park Hotel in Downtown Rochester for the 2015 Christmas and holiday season with a lighthouse theme.

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Royal Park Hotel Gingerbread Lighthouse 2015 Video

See related posts below for pics and video of the Royal Park Gingerbread House through the years

The giant gingerbread house is adorned with Christmas colors and decorations, and features fine details that celebrate the holiday season…such as a red cocoa butter roof, white fondant frosted windows, newly added lighthouse, “mitten” tree decorated with mitten-shaped ornaments, Snoopy “resting” on the rooftop, and a toy room inside.

This year’s new lighthouse design was inspired by the Point Betsie Lighthouse located south of Traverse City, MI.

Royal Park Hotel Gingerbread Lighthouse 2015 Ingredients

  • 220 cups of sugar
  • 300 pounds of gingerbread mix
  • 110 cups of powdered sugar
  • 90 gallons of water
  • 240 eggs
  • 300 pounds of holiday candy
  • 400 candy canes
  • 10 gallons of fondant

The “mitten” tree serves a purpose to help promote a new fund raiser for the Salvation Army of Metro Detroit. Visitors will have the opportunity to sponsor a pair of adult or children’s mittens for a minimum donation of $10. Additionally, the newly opened PARK 600 bar + kitchen will be donating proceeds from each dessert purchased to the 2015 Red Kettle Campaign.

Royal Park Hotel Gingerbread Lighthouse 2015 Pics

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You can visit the giant gingerbread house in the lobby of The Royal Park Hotel any time now through “early January”, 2016. The hotel lobby smells absolutely wonderful!

The Royal Park Hotel
600 East University Drive
Rochester, MI 48307
248-652-2600
www.RoyalParkHotel.net

See related articles below for recipes on how to build your own (smaller) gingerbread house!

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