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Easter Sunday brunches and egg hunts
Easter Sunday is a great day to spend time with family while enjoying delicious food in one of the local hotels, watching the smaller members having fun in the organized Easter egg hunts. The Visitor has put together a small list of places you can go for a good meal and much more.
The Wyndham Albrook Mall is offering a buffet for $34.95 plus 17% tax per person; children ages 6 up to 11 years old pay $17.48 plus 17%, and those up to five years old do not pay. The price includes open mimosa and soda, several stations where chefs will cook in front on your eyes, a paint party, prizes and surprises. For reservations and information call 307-0250 or 6090-6048.
Le Meridien, in Calle Uruguay also has an Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 1 with a dance show and entertainment for the smaller members of the family. It lasts from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and costs $39 plus 17% tax per person, children ages 6 to 12 pay half price and those five years and under do not pay. It includes open mimosa, soda and juices plus an ice lollypop bar. Come and have fun in the Easter egg hunt. For information and reservations call 297-3200.
The Westin Playa Bonita is opening its door for Easter Sunday with a buffet brunch and egg hunt. Price per person is $38 plus taxes and children 2-12 years old pay $19 plus taxes. The price includes live music, face painting and balloons for the kids and an Easter egg hunt through the resort. For reservations call 304-6600.
For an Easter brunch close to nature the Corotu restaurant in the Gamboa Rainfores Resort is ideal. There will an egg hunt and face painting for the children. Cost per person is $42 plus taxes. For more information call 314-5000.
Want to learn to make the perfect easter brunch yourself? check out this video and impress your friends and family with this easter fest!.