Grande Lakes Orlando, the 500-acre luxury resort complex home to The Ritz-Carlton Orlando and JW Marriott Orlando, invites family travelers to spend Easter in Orlando.
Families receive spring- and Easter-themed treats upon arrival, including a special chocolate bar. Five of these from each hotel contain a Grande Golden Ticket, where those lucky guests receive a special amenity, including 50 pounds worth of chocolate from the Easter bunny. The amenity is redeemable on Easter Sunday in the JW Marriott lobby. Also taking place Easter Sunday, Grande Lakes Orlando hosts the largest Easter egg hunt at an Orlando resort. The 3,200-egg event is available for children up to age 12. An Easter basket will be provided for each participating child. Other events during the holiday weekend include a holiday carnival, Easter Bunny Cottontail Tea and special Easter brunch. All Easter programming is exclusive to resort guests.
Beyond Easter weekend, Grand Lakes Orlando offers family-friendly programming throughout the spring season. Participate in a falconry experience and eco tours. Visit the award-winning Ritz-Carlton Spa for a luxurious treatment. Grande Lakes Waterpark recently underwent enhancements, perfect for family fun in the sun. Enjoy delectable meals at Michelin-starred Knife & Spoon, Michelin-recommended Primo, or newly renovated EvrBar.
Book the Grande Escape package, which includes overnight accommodations, a daily resort credit of up to $50 and complimentary valet parking.
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