Many hotels offer brunch or dinner for Easter, but these resorts go one step further to provide packages with overnight accommodations, egg hunts, visits with the Easter Bunny, and, of course, those delicious meals, complete with kid-friendly fare.
Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center – Washington, D.C.
On April 5 and 19, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center will offer a PEEPS Easter Package, complete with a PEEPS-themed Easter Egg Hunt and craft for children age 12 and under. Other package perks include a $50 resort credit, PEEPS treat bag, $10 gift card for the PEEPS store in National Harbor and an early check-in at 1 p.m. The PEEPS Easter Package starts at $239 for a family of four, per night.
Additionally, PEEPS-themed scavenger hunts and even manicures and pedicures (yes, also PEEPS-inspired) will be offered both weekends. And, if that’s not enough, the hotel will offer an Easter Sunday Brunch from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., where little ones will enjoy a special appearance by PEEP. Brunch rates start at $56 for adults and $25 for children age 3 to 11; reserve in advance.
Congress Hall – Cape May, N.J.
At Congress Hall, Cape May’s most prominent hotel, there’s an Easter Weekend promotion with accommodations, brunch and a late check-out, along with scavenger hunts, egg hunts, and train rides. Available April 11 through 17, rates start at $283 per night for a room with two queen beds; a two-night minimum stay is required. The package cannot be booked online – call 888-994-1816 to reserve your stay.
The Westgate Hotel – San Diego
Plan a luxurious, Parisian-style holiday at The Westgate Hotel in San Diego. On April 18 and 19, the hotel, located near the Gaslamp Quarter, will offer Easter Bunny Teas, complete with mini pastries and followed by an egg hunt, magic show and visit from the Easter Bunny himself; rates are $45 for adults and $30 for kids age 12 and under (plus tax). On Easter Sunday, festivities will include a champagne brunch, with live music and a separate station with kid-friendly fare. More importantly, the Easter Bunny and a face painter will be present. Rates are $65 for adults and $29 for kids 12 and under (plus tax). Weekend rates for accommodations start at $229 per night.
Red Jacket Mountain View Resort – North Conway, N.H.
In North Conway, N.H., Red Jacket Mountain View Resort’s Easter Package is a two-night offer, April 18 through 20, with breakfast Saturday morning, brunch on Sunday (reservations required) and admission to the onsite waterpark, Kahuna Laguna, which features four high-speed tube slides, a wave pool and a 150-gallon tipping bucket! Package rates start around $331 per night. If booking online, use offer code EASTER.
Kalahari Resorts – Sandusky, Ohio and Wisconsin Dells, Wisc.
Combine waterpark and holiday fun with a visit to Kalahari Resort in Sandusky, Ohio or Wisconsin Dells. Both locations are offering an Easter Sunday Buffett Special, which includes accommodations and a buffet for two adults and two children ages 4 to 12, along with admission to the waterpark. At both resorts, package rates start around $230 per night.
Woodloch Pines – Hawley, Pa.
Located in the Poconos, Woodloch Pines is no stranger to all-inclusive, holiday fun – that’s why it’s offering THREE promotions for Easter! First, there’s Peter Cottontail Weekend, April 11 to 13, with arts and crafts, games, scavenger hunts, egg hunts and a visit from the Easter Bunny; rates start at $215 per adult, per night. Next, there’s Easter Passover Midweek (if you can manage to get away), which also includes arts and crafts, scavenger hunts and egg hunts, in addition to a petting zoo, party and hayrides! Midweek rates start at $190 per adult, per night. And finally, there’s Easter Weekend, which includes a children’s party, themed show and special visit from the Easter Bunny; rates start at $199 per adult, per night.
Disney’s Swan and Dolphin Hotel – Orlando
If you’re lucky enough to be a guest at Disney World‘s Swan and Dolphin Hotel between April 16 and 23, you’ll enjoy a special PEEPS celebration, complete with complimentary treats, visits from the Easter Bunny, and PEEPS-inspired menu items, such as as milkshakes and S’mores! Coolest of all, the hotel hosts an annual glow-in-the-dark egg hunt, with arts and crafts and bunny hop relays. Overnight rates start at $189 per night.
– Amanda Geronikos