Phnom Penh in the scorching April heat may look a little different to Europe in the springtime, but this year a special event promises to recreate many of the classic Easter traditions that many Phnom Penh-ers know and love… and in a truly fabulous setting.
Prepare to be transported – by your tastebuds, that is – to balmy days and green fields of gallivanting baby bunnies, courtesy of Rosewood Phnom Penh’s hotly anticipated Easter Brunch.
The luxury hotel – voted 2nd-best in the whole of Asia at last year’s Condé Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice Awards – is putting on a spectacular spread on Sunday 17th April. You can opt for bottomless brunch for $70 per person or, for an extra $59, include unlimited Champagne, wine and cocktails too.
You can dine on all the usual favourites of the Rosewood’s famous Sunday Brunch, including freshly-caught seafood, meat and fish from the carving corner, Spanish cold cuts, exquisite European cheeses, pastries made before your eyes, French favourites and Khmer classics.
But for this special Sunday, we’re also talking beautifully crafted chocolate creations by world-class patisserie chefs and chocolatiers. We’re talking a festive feast complete with hot cross buns, roasted lamb and an array of other delicious dishes.
What’s more, there will be faceprinting by a talented make-up artist and an Easter egg hunt spread over the hotel for children to enjoy! There’s even an Easter-themed photo booth, where you can capture your memories of a magical afternoon.
And while the little ones scamper off to discover what the Easter Bunny has left them this year, grown-ups can relax in the famous Brasserie Louis, sipping on champagne as a jazz saxophonist creates the ideal ambiance.
In other words: all your favourite Easter traditions, but with a truly luxurious twist.