Hotels offer Easter brunches

Hotels offer Easter brunches

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Some of the Easter creations on offer at Hotel InterContinental.

Treasure hunt and buffet at InterContinental’s garden

Parents who buy the $36 Easter buffet at Hotel InterContinental this Sunday can bring along their children under-12 for a free family treasure hunt from 11am to 3pm.

According to InterContinental’s Marketing Communications Manager Jenny Tchen, parents and children are being asked to gather at InterContinental’s garden for prizes and surprises for every guest including rabbit sculptures and creative painting activities.

“Our team has been working hard to brainstorm and launch the idea of how to create a dynamic moment for  children this year,” Tchen said. “All family members including parents will enjoy our special brunch.”

The Hotel’s Deli Shop’s pastry team has prepared a range of Easter treats including chocolate eggs, bunnies, baskets and other items.

“It is interesting to see that Cambodians have started buying our Easter eggs already even though Easter does hold as much meaning for Cambodians,” Tchen said.

Tchen, who has a Tahitian father and a Chinese mother, came out of a hotel management school called Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne in Switzerland in 2004, has formerly worked in Singapore and Tahiti for brand names such as Marriott.

Too book reservations for the Easter buffet and treasure hunt, people may call Tchen at 016 830 111. 

Cambodiana Brunch​​ offers Mekong view

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The Cambodiana Hotel is offering an Easter brunch for $38 for adults and $19 for children, plus 10 per cent tax, prepared by Executive Chef Song Teng this Sunday, March 31, from 11:30am to 2:30pm.

Cambodiana Easter activities include an Easter egg hunt, petting zoo and jumping castle as well as access to the Mekong-view pool.

People may call 023 426 288 to reserve tables for the Easter buffet.

Brunch and live rabbits at Raffles’ Café Monivong

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The Café Monivong at Raffles Hotel Le Royal is offering an Easter special brunch this Sunday for $38 per person from noon to 3pm.

Live music will be provided by in-house pianist Roel Manalo as children are given a range of fun and games including cookie decorations.

At 1:30 Raffles will have an Easter egg hunt and live rabbits as part of the festivities.

For reservations, people may call 023 981 888 or email [email protected]

Family celebration at Himawari

The Himawari Hotel is offering and Easter buffet and treasure hunt this Sunday for $30 for adults, $15 for children aged 6 to 12 and children under five are free.  The event starts at 11am and goes to 3pm.

Teachers from Sambo’s Tots Playhouse & Playschool will be on hand to help the young children by providing fun and educational experiences with games, an Easter egg hunt, an egg decorating contest and prizes.

Bunny cakes and other treats will also be available during the Himawari's Easter Sunday celebration and buffet. According to Himawari General Manager Brian Huppe, the Easter celebration draws a mixture of nationals who get together and have fun.

“There are so many Cambodians who have been exposed to international travel and some Cambodian women have gotten married to foreign husbands. The trends and cultures have been evolving and created a great diversity,” he said.

For reservations, people may contact the Himawari on 023 214 555313 or by their website at


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