With Easter approaching this weekend, get together with family and friends and reflect on the joy of the season. Hotels around Jakarta are offering a range of options to help celebrate.

Pullman Jakarta
Pullman Jakarta invites guests on a culinary adventure at Sana Sini Restaurant at ‘Eggciting Easter’ on Sunday, 1 April. The hotel’s culinary team has prepared extensive dining selections for a family feast with some special highlights among from four buffet stations.

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Mexican quillaquillas and pita with dukka (a nut and seed blend) from the western station, lobster chawanmushi from the Japanese station, crispy pipa tofu zhe jang style from the Chinese station, and bakso beranak from the Indonesian station are sure to tantalise your taste buds. Executive chef Cameron Gardiner also has prepared an additional station especially for children featuring some childhood favourites.

In addition, young guests can pariticipate in a range of Easter-themed activities, including Easter egg hunting, rabbit racing & catching, pony riding and an art & craft activity.

The brunch is priced at IDR 525,000 per adult and IDR 262,500 per child under 12 years old.The hotels also features Easter-themed chocolate goodies starting from I
DR 280,000 per package which is available until April 1, 2018 at Makaron Deli & Coffee Shop.

Hotel Mulia Senayan
All culinary outlets at Mulia Hotel Senayan will celebrate the Easter holiday by hosting Sunday brunch. Guests can choose to dine at Table8, Orient8 and Il Mare, as well as The Café and Edogin for a buffet dining selection.

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Indulge your sweet tooth throughout April at The Chocolate Boutique and Cake Shop which will have “egg-citing” Easter cakes and goodies. Meanwhile, children can participate in various activities like the rabbit race and egg hunt and stand to win exciting prizes.

From 27 March to 1 April, The Easter Afternoon Tea at Cascade Lounge, The Café, and Bleu8 are the best options for a family celebration with the perfect combination of the restaurants’ favorite sweet and savoury selection of pastries and nibbles. Various packages including tea or coffee, a glass of sparkling wine, or a glass of draft beer are also available.

Hotel Indonesia Kempinski
Hotel Indonesia Kempinski is the perfect place to celebrate Easter with the family. An array of dishes and fun-filled family activities will enliven Signatures Restaurant.

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On Friday, 30 March, guests can treat themselves to a special Good Friday buffet dinner priced at IDR 458,000 per person. Savour Easter brunch on Saturday, 31 March and Sunday, 1 April. Kempi Deli and Sweet Boutique by Kempinski will offer Easter-themed pastries from 26 March to 1 April.

The little ones can get a taste of life beyond the city with a mini petting zoo and buffet special for kids. Children under the age of five dine free, while the buffet for children aged six to 12 is 50 per cent off. For families who looking for a staycation, the hotel’s Easter weekend package is the perfect fit with rates starting from IDR 2.7 million net including breakfast. This offer is valid from 30 March to 1 April.

Four Points by Sheraton Jakarta
At Four Points Jakarta, Easter weekend this year features an exceptional dining experience as The Eatery restaurant will present its annual Easter Brunch on Sunday, 1 April. With an “all you can eat” buffet, The Eatery Restaurant has prepared 20 dishes including appetisers, a range of main courses, and tempting desserts and is perfect for group and family dining.

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The restaurant has prepared special dish, Roast Beef, with a special spice blend. Presented with a mushroom and black pepper sauce, this dish is the perfect combination of flavours along with the imported Australian beef.

Easter brunch is available on Sunday, 1 April, from 12 pm until 2.30 pm and is priced at IDR 245,000 per person.

Rintang Azhar

Rintang Azhar

Rintang is a previous staff writer for NOW! with experience in hard news and lifestyle journalism. He specialises in art, design, culture, fashion, environmental, and urban issues.