5 Places to Spend Easter 2022 With the Family

Want to make Easter 2022 special for the family now that restrictions have eased a bit? Here are some of the best places you can go to make Easter 2022 a memorable one for everyone!

Belmont Hotel

Now’s your chance to catch up for lost time with your little ones on Easter Sunday. Join the Easter Carnival Party and see the twinkle in their eyes while watching the special kiddie show. Look at the excitement on their face while joining the parlor games and searching for Easter eggs. Make them happier with activity booths, snack buffet, and loot bags filled with stuffed toys and yummy treats!

Belmont Hotel Easter Poster

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Room Package With Free Ticket: Php5,500 nett inclusive of an overnight stay in a Superior Room, a ticket to the Easter Carnival Party, Easter Chocolate Lollipops, breakfast for 2 at Cafe Belmont, a 20% discount on Sunday Brunch Buffet on April 17, complimentary Wi-Fi access, and use of their leisure facilities.

Ticket Only: Php1,000 nett/child inclusive of snack, activity booths, parlor games, a special show, an Easter egg hunt, a loot bag, and a 20% discount on Sunday Brunch Buffet on April 17. Register here to join.

Winford Manila

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Want to add some extra fun to your Easter celebrations? Winford Manila is hosting Waves and Tails, a Pirates and Mermaids Easter event, for those who love the water! Join us on an Easter adventure (yes, we’ll be there ourselves!) under the sea and by the shore. From 1PM to 5PM on April 17, the hotel ballroom and poolside will be filled with a ton of activities for the whole family to enjoy: a swimming mermaid, movies, game booths, foods cards, loot bags, and even a Best in Costume award! Sea you there!

City of Dreams

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No matter what the family is in the mood for this weekend, the spirit of Easter celebration is alive at City of Dreams Manila as it highlights exciting activities at DreamPlay and an impressive collection of delectable artisanal chocolates and confections designed for this season at Cafe Society. Bringing the family celebratory mood a notch higher, a feast of specialties popularized by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa beckons at Nobu Manila’s Sunday Brunch.

Alabang Town Center

Looking for some fun activities for the kids to do while you’re at the mall? The Easter Academy kicks off as early as April 16 at Alabang Town Center. On April 16 and 17, your kids and their friends can join The Easter Cup where they can compete against others in a fun and challenging obstacle course!  Teams will be in groups of five and separated by age, and the winners will go home with Php10,000 in Timezone gift certificates and a special medal.

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Poster from Alabang Town Center

There’s also a Color Hunt on April 17 that the whole family can partake in. This isn’t your ordinary Easter Egg Hunt. Instead, you will have to search for the Golden Egg to get a chance to win a gift certificate from TimeZone worth Php1000. There will be five hunting schedules and three divisions. Individual activities are available, too.

Sheraton Manila Bay

Gear up for an intergalactic adventure on Easter Sunday as Sheraton Manila Bay hosts a “Spacestastic Easter Celebration” on April 17 from 11:30AM to 2PM at its famed top-floor restaurant, Pacific Lounge. Families, friends, children, and kids-at-heart will be treated to a sumptuous brunch buffet prepared by the hotel’s culinary team, arts and crafts activities, parlor games, and a kiddie Easter egg hunt for Php1,200++ per person.

Sheraton Manila Bay Easter

Poster from Sheraton Manila Bay

Kids 5 years old and below will get to dine for free while children aged 6 to 11 are entitled to a 50% discount (Php 600++ per child). Easter egg hunters will also take home a special goodies bag filled with exciting giveaways from our Oishi, Tulip, Orion, Evian, Evian Brumisateur, Salonpas, and Bye Bye Fever.

So, where will you be spending Easter with the family? 🙂