Do you? Do you dive head first into the Easter celebrations? No, we’re not raising the big religious question – but asking do you celebrate? And what is your favourite part of Easter and of Spring?
There’s a lot to get excited about at this time of year which got us to thinking, what is our favourite part of Easter at Hotel Maiyango?
For many, it may be that Easter is celebrated as a religious holiday, however Easter, for just as many, has become not only this, but a school holiday time, a time when we celebrate new life and the beginning of a new season and can indulge in a little (ok, a lot!) of chocolate!
So what made it onto our list of things to look forward to this Easter?
It’s no secret that we’re food lovers here at Maiyango and we love so much the delectable choice and change that comes with each new season. Easter gives us a fresh bite into the bursting flavours of Spring after the Winter months. We couldn’t be more ready for them!
We have launched our new Spring Menu, designed and created by our Head Chef Salvatore Tassari and are celebrating ingredients such as Yellowfin Tuna, Ox Cheek and Truffle. View the full menu here.
Although technically covered in ‘food’, above, we felt that our creamy, rich friend deserved a section of his own; chocolate really is the meaning of Easter for many. Delicious treats exchanged over this holiday have become so popular and they’re not just for kids!
Easter for many is the definition that Spring is here. It means new life, flowers, plants, lambs, chicks, and calves; new life begins to bud all around us. A truly beautiful time of year when we can begin to say ‘goodbye’ to the frosty mornings and ‘hello’ to longer daylight hours as the clocks Spring forward!
Our roof terrace is the perfect place to enjoy your milder evenings, with a cocktail in hand, as we move into a slightly warmer season.
The month of Spring is labeled as the month of cleaning; as the weather improves, we all take the chance to do a little Spring cleaning, getting us revamped and rejuvenated, throwing out the old and bringing in the new!
This is mainly a bonus for families and students, but Easter usually signifies a two week break – hurray! Which often means holidays, mini breaks, time with family or just a good, well-earned rest! Make the most of this time, and book a break away, we’re sure you’ll find something you like at Maiyango!
Whatever you’re looking forward to, it really is a refreshing time of the year, so take the time to enjoy it. Happy Easter!