Ritz’s Easter indulgences welcome spring

As the sunshine lingers and the pastel floras of the island start to blossom, the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman is blooming with occasions to celebrate the scent of spring.


The Easter bunny will visit at both of the Ritz-Carltons Easter weekend events. Photo: Submitted

From an opulent Easter Day brunch complete with the traditional Easter egg hunt to a lavish afternoon of tea and pastries, celebrate this flourishing time of year with friends and family on the long Easter weekend.

On Good Friday and Saturday, the Silver Palm Lounge at the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman will host its annual Easter Bunny Tea, featuring decadent teas and pastries and a visit from the Easter Bunny himself.

From 2pm to 4pm, adults and children alike are welcomed to the lounge to receive eggs and treats for the children from the Easter bunny and to dine on a selection of pastries made by the Ritz-Carlton’s award-winning chefs.

Breakfast favourites of pancakes, waffles, caviar and seafood, a carvery station and a decadent assortment of desserts are a glimpse of what awaits at the opulent annual Easter Day brunch.

Bring the children along for the time-honoured tradition of an exciting Easter egg hunt on the Great Lawn. Other opportunities for kids include visiting the bunnies in the mini petting zoo, decorating cookies and colouring and taking photos with the Easter bunny.

Plan to spend the Easter holiday long weekend in the company of friends, family, good food and, of course, the Easter bunny.

Put in box:

The Easter bunny tea costs $42 for adults and $21 for children. The Easter family brunch costs $85 for adults and $42 for children, with an option to add unlimited Perrier Jouet Grand Brut champagne for an extra $35.

Reservations are required for both events and can be made by calling 943-9000.

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