Over the years, how one celebrates Easter may have changed – though, the one thing that’s remained constant is the Easter egg hunt. Despite being more of a Western tradition, locals have taken to the activity and now hold it in subdivisions, offices, and hotels.
If you’re looking to have your kids participate in an Easter egg hunt but don’t have one in your area, then don’t worry. Here’s a list of hotels with Easter egg hunt activities:
The Oakwood Premier Joy-Nostalg Center is a five-star hotel in the Ortigas area, and is easily accessible via the MRT. If you’re in the area this Easter, check them out!
Why here? The hotel will be holding an Easter Sunday lunch buffet featuring their US Angus Rib Eye Steak. For the kids, they have the Safari Wonderland, which features games, snacks, and an “eggciting Easter egg hunt!”
How much? The Easter Sunday Lunch Buffet costs P1600 nett per person. If your kids are between six to 10 years old, they get a 50% discount at the buffet.
Address. If you’re looking to take part in their Easter egg hunt, you can find them at 17 ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig, Philippines, 1600.
Located in Bonifacio Global City, the F1 Hotel Manila is a four-star hotel that caters mostly to businessmen. It’s easily accessible via the BGC bus.
Why here? The hotel is currently running an Easter Room Package that gives customers a 30% discount to their Easter Sunday Party, happening from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 16. If you come wearing an under-the-sea costume, there’s a chance you can win a prize!
How much? Room rates are at P5400 for a City Suite and P6600 for a Fort Suite. Tickets to the party cost P998 per person, inclusive of brunch buffet. You can book your room here.
Address. The F1 Hotel Manila can be found at 32nd St. Bonifacio Global City, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Philippines, 1634.
The four-star Luxent Hotel in Quezon City is easily accessible via the MRT. It’s near shopping centers, restaurants, and parks, so there’s plenty to do after their Easter event.
Why here? If you’re a fan of the Flintstones, their Easter event is right up your alley. Called The Flintstones Head To BedRock Egg-venture Party, their event features a brunch buffet and an “egg-venture party”. Come in a Flinstones-inspired costume and you stand to win prizes as well. The event starts at 11 a.m. and ends at 3 p.m.
How much? The buffet costs P1299 net per person.
Address. You can find the Luxent Hotel at 51 Timog Ave, , Quezon City, Philippines, 1103.
The three-star Sulo Riviera Hotel in Quezon City is a popular location for conferences. It’s near current foodie favorite Maginhawa Street, so you can check that out after the hotel’s Easter celebrations.
Why here? The Sulo Riviera will be holding an Enchanted Easter Lunch from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at their Manansala Ballroom. Aside from the brunch buffet, there will also be an Easter egg hunt, photobooths, and loot bags given out.
How much? The brunch costs P750 nett for adults and P550 nett for children. The price covers all the other activities as well.
Address. The hotel is located at #4 Matalino Road, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines, 1100.
The five-star Hyatt City of Dreams Manila has 362 rooms, so you’re spoiled for choice if you ever decide to stay here. It’s location within the City of Dreams gives you several more options for entertainment after their Easter activity.
Why here? The hotel will be serving international Easter dishes, as well as holding an Easter egg hunt for the kids. The lunch-dinner buffet includes free-flowing alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, iced tea, soda, sparkling wine, house pour spirits and selected cocktails.
How much? The lunch buffet costs P2500 net, while the dinner buffet costs P2488 net.
Address. The hotel can be found at Asean Avenue corner Roxas Boulevard, Entertainment City, Parañaque, Philippines, 1701.
Hopefully, these hotel recommendations help you sort out your Easter.
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