The Easter Bunny greeted brunch-goers to the Grand Caribbean Ballroom, where the Easter Champagne Brunch was served with live entertainment of Aruba’s troubadours with Ety Toppenberg & Mariachi Perla di Aruba. Kids enjoyed the Kids’ Corner, face painting, egg hunt, and a bonanza of door prizes.
The resort culinary team offered besides an extended breakfast buffet with everything under the sun, a complete menu of local specialties, including Aruban Ceviche, Glazed Ham and Roast Beef, Keshi Yena and Red Snapper Creole, just to name a few. Nicknamed the Grande Dame, the resort is celebrating its 50 anniversary this year and in honor of the celebration it advertised a local special during the Easter holidays, enjoying a record number of locals as guests.
“It fits within the island’s philosophy,” says General Manager Gary Jutz, “an Aruba that is fun to live at, is fun to visit, and this week at the Radisson Aruba Resort Casino & Spa, our valued local guests reported a fantastic vacation experience.”