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Easter falls during either March or April, and some schools get a long weekend, while others get a full week off instead of a “spring break.” Situations vary, but many families have time for a getaway, at which the Easter Bunny is certainly expected to show up.
Most hotels and resorts that welcome families will have an Easter Egg Hunt. Some, like the grand old lakeside Otesaga Resort Hotel in Cooperstown, NY, offer guests a larger celebration.
The Hotel’s annual Easter Family Weekend Package typically includes:
• Two dinners and two breakfasts
• Holiday movies, family bingo, live music, dancing, and more
• An Easter Egg Hunt and Easter Bunny appearance
• An Easter Egg coloring contest and holiday cookie decorating
• A tour of historic Cooperstown (which, by the way, is home to the National Baseball Hall of Fame Museum)
• A family Easter Egg Roll activity on The Otesaga Lawn
The Atlantis Bahamas is a one-of-a-kind mega-resort which has a 140-acre waterscape and water park that includes shark lagoons, jaw-dropping waterslides, the latest high-tech river float, and subterranean giant aquariums. Not to mention the spa, casino, and Marina Village at this giant resort. The Atlantis also has plenty for families with young kids: “Gentle Travel” for babies, Ripples kids’ pool, Splashers water play zone, and an 8000 sq.ft. kids club created in partnership with the LEGO toy company.
So it’s no surprise that Easter is celebrated in a big way. Highlights that typically repeat each year include: Bunny Tuck-Ins: the Easter Bunny delivers Easter baskets filled with treats. Holiday Egg-Stravaganza: on Saturday, kids can enjoy carnival games, arts and crafts, prizes, color-a-tee, live entertainment, more. Easter Sunrise interdenominational church serviceEgg Hunt: kids 3 to 12 can participate.