The singer said that while the recording process faced its share of setbacks, he is certain that the LP will be special to his fans this holiday season.
"It was fun and dangerous and a pain in the butt, but completely worth it. We did everything we could live," Bublé recalled in a new interview with Parade.
"We set 50 to 90 musicians up in a room in a huge studio space and opened up all the doors and just played. What you get is an old school record. It's not perfect, but you get that live and very present sound."
Bublé went on to admit that he also has a soft spot for Christmas, adding: "You want to write something that comes from the heart and that you feel can stand up to those great songs of the past and I think we did.
"Knowing that I'll be invited into people's homes for such an important holiday, it's a big deal to me. It's a huge honour. I'm really sentimental about that holiday."
Bublé recently confessed that his confidence suffered after music mogul Simon Cowell snubbed his 2007 American Idol performance.
He will appear on this weekend's UK X Factor final, duetting with one of the Top 3 contestants.
Watch a medley of tracks from Michael Bublé's Christmas below: