The turkeys that President Donald Trump will pardon on Tuesday (Nov. 21) have arrived in Washington, D.C. and the lucky birds are being well looked after! The two feathered creatures are currently lodging at a fancy hotel that charges up to $3,500 a night. A photo of the turkeys can be seen below. The pair is each sitting on their own bed with luxurious accommodations.

Both turkeys will be officially pardoned by the president on Tuesday in the Rose Garden.

The annual tradition is one of the more lighthearted events to take place at the White House, and one that will hopefully include the first son, Barron Trump. It's unknown if the 11-year-old son of Donald and Melania Trump's will be present, but the first lady is expected to be there for sure, CNN reported.

Turkeys stay in posh digs

The Hill reports that the two turkeys Trump is set to pardon are at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel. The White House informed the news source that the National Turkey Federation is covering the bill for the birds' lodgings, as it always has.

According to the report, this isn't the first time that the pardoned turkeys have been booked at the fancy hotel. Over the past several years other birds have been honored guests before the official White House ceremony.

Donald Trump's first turkey pardon

How will the turkeys react to Donald Trump during the pardon ceremony? In 2015, a Bald Eagle tried attacking him when he was having photos taken with the raptor at Trump Tower. The session took place just as Trump's presidential campaign was getting started and Time magazine was working on its cover story.

The then-presidential candidate was visibly cautious around the eagle after it attempted to strike him. It's safe to say that he's not exposed to animals all that often.

What happens to the turkeys next?

The White House revealed that the two turkeys Donald Trump will pardon were raised in western Minnesota under National Turkey Federation Chairman Carl Wittenburg.

Soon after the pardon on Tuesday, the turkeys will take up residence at "Gobbler's Rest" on Virginia Tech's campus; they'll join the other two turkeys that former President Barack Obama pardoned last year -- "Tater" and "Tot."

The names of the turkeys that Donald Trump will pardon won't be released to the public until Tuesday just before the ceremony. Their names will be posted on social media.

Were you surprised to learn that the two turkeys that'll be pardoned are staying at a snazzy hotel?