Beautiful Easter celebrations at some favorite Orlando hotels

Easter celebrations at Universal Orlando Resort Hotels
Easter celebrations at Universal Orlando Resort Hotels / Lowes Hotels

While many people descend on Orlando hotels with the promise of theme park thrills and magical memories, holidays often make the stay even better. In addition, locals can take advantage of the special events that are in their backyard. These Easter celebrations will have people hopping to book a table.

JW Marriott Bonnet Creek Resort and Spa entices guests with a spectacularly modern property. From the relaxation by the pool to staring out at the fireworks at night, the enclave is a perfect spot in the tourist district.

For the food traveler, JW Marriott Bonnet Creek Resort and Spa offers a bounty of deliciousness. From the gin connoisseur who appreciates the unparalleled variety at the Sear and Sea Bar to the visually creative cocktails at Illume, the culinary team caters to every whim.

With Easter around the corner, JW Marriott Bonnet Creek Resort offers three options for guests. The extravagant Easter Brunch at Sear + Sea Woodfire Grill is a four-course brunch. The event will feature classic dishes like an Easter lamb to a welcome toast of Raspberry Pineapple Caviar Bellini, this dining experience is definitely an elevated affair. The event costs $155 per person and children, 4-12, are $65.

For an a la carte offering, Illume is offering dining reservations. From the favorite signature sushi rolls to Japanese inspired breakfast dishes, there are plenty to captivate the diners, even if the view is stunning.

Lastly, the Peter Rabbit Easter Brunch at the UnReserved Food Bazaar is the abundant offering that many people appreciate for the holiday gathering. From an overflowing raw bar to a carving station, there is a food option for everyone. The brunch is priced at $135 per adult and $55 for children 4-12.

Since some Orlando visitors combine a holiday with a theme park visit, Lowes Resorts at Universal Orlando have some delicious options. For example, Loews Royal Pacific Resort Islands Dining Room offers a taste of the tropics. From succulent Sea Bass to a hearty roasted leg of lamb, those dishes sit side by side with family friend dishes like colorful funfetti lollipop cakes and a waffle station. During the dining event, guests can enjoy performances by a hulu dancer and ukulele player.

Guests who prefer to harmonize with some classic dishes, The Kitchen at the Hard Rock Hotel offers a variety of classic, comforting fare. From herb-roasted prime rib to chilled snow crab, all the classic holiday buffet options are on display. Also, do not forget to stop by the springtime dessert bar.

Also, Amatista Cookhouse at Loews Sapphire Falls Resort features Caribbean island-infused dishes char-grilled beef churrasco and Florida Sea Bass. In addition to the savory options, the sweet treats, like raspberry peach crumble and a pina colada shooters, are the perfect ending to the feast.

Another favorite with visitors and locals is the Gaylord Palms. Whether guests stroll through the atrium enjoying the springtime décor and foliage or look forward to hopping into the Easter bunny, the family friendly environment is perfect for making memories.

This year the Spring It On event will feature an Easter buffet at Villa de Flora. With 10 stations, everyone can satisfy any and every craving. From prime rib to a special children’s dining station, everyone will be cheering for this event.

And, for anyone who is staying at the Gaylord Palms Resort, the Luminosity nighttime show in the Atrium is a must. It ignites the space with all the vibrancy that sparks the imagination.

These Easter celebrations at Orlando hotels are great options for visitors and guests. The tables are set for a delicious event.