Traditionally a time for heartwarming family gatherings, Easter 2019 is looking to be an excellent time of bonding with Accor’s egg-citing activities. Being Singapore’s largest collection of luxury hotels, Accor properties across Fairmont, Swissôtel and Sofitel brands are offering fantastic dining treats and activities for adults and little ones alike.
On Easter Sunday, Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa has carefully curated Easter-themed activities for its junior guests and their parents such as puppet shows, Easter Egg Hunt and meet-and-greet with Sofitel Sentosa’s very own Easter Bunny. Hop over to Kwee Zeen & the Cliff and relish in the signature Mega Easter Brunch from 12.30pm to 3.30pm. Featuring buffet favourites that include refreshing cold seafood bar, fresh oysters, succulent meat cuts and not forgetting the Easter sweet treats, the Mega Easter Brunch is priced from $135++ per adult with free flow of soft drinks and juices and $165++ with free flow of Taittinger Champagne, wines, beers, selected cocktails, soft drinks and juices. For children aged from five to 11 years old, the Mega Easter Brunch is priced at $55++ per child with free flow of soft drinks and juices.
Over at Clarke Quay, Swissôtel Merchant Court is offering fun activities for the whole family with cartoon screening, egg painting and balloon sculpting. Indulge in timeless favourites such as Honey Glazed Bone-in Gammon Ham and Balsamic Glazed Roast Beef Short Rib with Celeriac Puree or kid’s picks such as Chicken Nuggets, Mushroom Cheesy Baked Egg and more. To top it off, celebrate with delightful Easter-themed desserts such as Bunny Carrot Cake, Easter Egg Hunt Cupcake, Grandma’s Lemon Meringue Pie, Colourful Foiled Egg and Marshmallows and Rhubarb Crumble Trifle. Available from 12pm to 3pm on Easter Sunday at Ellenborough Market Café, the buffet is priced at $68++ per adult and $34++ per child (six to 12 years old). Children aged five years and below will enjoy a complimentary meal.
From luxurious Easter-themed afternoon tea and hearty buffet fare to a gastronomic feast sky-high, Fairmont Singapore and Swissotel The Stamford bring well-loved Easter gourmet delights to the city. At Anti:Dote, delight in an Easter Afternoon Tea with a range of dainty sweet treats such as the Ruby Chocolate Opera and Carrot Tea Cake this April. Enjoy Easter signatures such as 65°C Organic Egg and Hot Cross Buns and Scones with coffee or tea at $55++ per person.
Savour a delightful Easter Lunch feast with the family at the Halal-certified Asian Market Café at just $68++ per adult and $36++ per child. On 20 and 21 April, friends and families can tuck into an indulgent Easter spread with freshly prepared Mini beef Burgers, Oven Baked papillote and Herb Roasted Whole Lamb with Mint Chutney.
Set against the mesmerizing view of Singapore’s city skyline, whet your appetite with a specially curated menu by Executive Chef Paul Hallett at Skai with unlimited hot and cold plated dishes such as the succulent Wagyu Beef Tatak and mouth-watering Black Cod Fish paired with craft cocktails like the Bloody Skai or Singapore Sling Slushie. The Easter Weekend Brunch À La Carte Menu is priced at $118++ per person with soft drinks, coffee and house pour of red and white wine. Add on $50 to enjoy unlimited champagne and cocktails at $168++ per person.
Easter celebrations begin early at Sofitel Singapore City Centre with an exciting Art contest from 1 to 20 April 2019. Diners at Racines are invited to decorate Easter Eggs and stand a chance to win weekend stays at the luxury hotel. Participating families can enjoy ten percent off the Easter Sunday Family Brunch package for adults with complimentary packages for kids. On Easter Sunday, a decadent spread awaits with a specially curated ensemble of Easter carvery featuring the sumptuous roasted lamb with sweet caramelized onions, duck leg confit tossed with chicken floss and festive delights such as the Easter chocolate egg station, Grand Marnier French Crêpes Suzette with vanilla ice cream and more.
In addition to the finest buffet selection of authentic French delicacies and local Chinese favourites, the award-winning restaurant will stage lively activities for diners of all ages. Parents can dine in peace with a dedicated Kid’s Activity lounge offering a selection of children-friendly cuisine. The Easter Bunny will also be making an appearance, leading diners to an exciting egg hunt.
As a leading hospitality group in Singapore with 15 hotels and resorts across the island, Accor offers a range of festive activities for visitors and locals alike to celebrate Easter with their loved ones.