Published on : Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Four Seasons Hotels Dubai – For those who really want to treat themselves with the sweet stuff this Easter, a trip to Dubai could be just the thing. Both Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach and Four Seasons Hotel Dubai International Financial Centre are offering plenty of options to suit those with a sweet tooth, including an Easter Chocolate Afternoon Tea at Penrose Lounge, giant chocolate fountains at Suq, a “Chocolate Bar” experience at the bars at both hotels – Luna Sky Bar and Hendricks – and perhaps the icing on the cake (or to be correct, burger), Mars Bar Burgers at Firebird Diner.
Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff Johannesburg – Easter is the time of year when it’s perfectly acceptable to overindulge in chocolate, and this year Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff Johannesburg is creating the perfect opportunity to do just that with the launch of its decadent Chocolate Emporium. Offering all-chocolate dessert buffets and a range of Africa-inspired Easter Egg sculptures, the Emporium will be open during the View and Flames lunch, dinner and weekend brunch periods from April 13 until May 1, 2017.
Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris – For foodies looking to break Lent with an indulgent gourmet getaway, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris has the perfect package. Having been awarded Michelin stars for all three of its restaurants, the Hotel is now the only Palace Hotel in Europe to have three Michelin-starred restaurants with a total of five stars. The 2017 Michelin Guide awarded three stars to Le Cinq, one to Le George, and one to L’Orangerie, and the Hotel is introducing the Culinary Discovery package including a dining experience at each of the three restaurants per stay, as well as a private tour of the Hotel’s famous wine cellar. Definitely a great way to make this year’s Easter holiday a memorable one.
Four Seasons Hotel Prague – Guests at Four Seasons Hotel Prague this Easter can try their hand at painting traditional kraslice Easter eggs. Hand-painted in different colours and then adorned with geometric patterns and flowers, these kraslice are a typical symbol of Easter in the Czech Republic and were traditionally given by girls to boys on Easter Monday. Guests can embrace their creative side at the CottoCrudo Easter Brunch on Easter Sunday, or alternatively they can buy ready-painted eggs at Prague’s Easter markets, held around the city from April 1 to 23, 2017.
Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti – April in the Serengeti is a time of beauty with the Park being full of verdant greenery thanks to the rains of March and April, and the early herds of the migration travelling north towards the Central Serengeti. To celebrate this year’s Easter, which falls in the middle of this beautiful green season, Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti is offering younger guests the chance to take part in the “Maasai Olympics.” Little warriors will spend time with the Lodge’s own Maasai staff learning how to make spears – the African equivalent of the javelin – from the sticks of local trees, with which they will then be able to compete in the Maasai Olympics. And it’s not just the little ones who can learn at the Lodge this Easter; grown-ups will also be able to take home new skills, with mixology and cooking classes available.
Four Seasons Resort Seychelles – The Easter Bunny dons his swimsuit this year as Four Seasons Resort Seychelles makes sure that families have plenty of Easter fun with some great new activities. The Resort’s main swimming pool will turn into an underwater treasure chest on Easter Sunday with a special Underwater Easter Egg Hunt requiring participants to leap, splash, jump and dive to victory. And there will also be a special Moonlight Easter Egg Hunt for those who didn’t find enough underwater treasure. Additionally, families can also channel their inner wild side with the Resort’s new Zoo Yoga experience, a stretching class that comes to live through fun animal shapes and poses specially adapted to kids.