Why you should stay in a hotel for the holidays
While there is no place like home for the holidays, wouldn’t you love to avoid the stress of getting everything prepared and the hassle of cleaning up afterwards?
It may be time to consider spending the holidays at a hotel and not just any hotel - Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa .
Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa is the perfect place to unwind for the holidays and below are some of the amazing amenities that you can access all holiday long!
Gingerbread Bar (December 21, 2018 to January 3, 2019) – Kimpton Seafire will host the happiest of hours with a life-sized bar crafted from 800lbs of spiced cookie dough, 350lbs of icing, and 100lbs of candy. The bar stands 12 feet tall and 15 feel long and offers festive signature cocktails for a sweeter way to toast the season.
Christmas Eve Feast on the Beach Deck (December 24, 2018) – If your dream of a winter holiday includes a warm breeze, with the only white being sand in your toes, Kimpton Seafire has the perfect evening for you. Complete with visions of abundant seafood, sizzling grills, and an alluring carvery all to the tune of a live band. Family entertainment ranging from a fire dancer to stargazing around a beach bonfire to a beachfront Christmas Village featuring crafts from local artisans that make for perfect last-minute gifts.
Ave Christmas Brunch (December 25, 2018) – Get in the spirt with a bountiful Christmas brunch at Ave. Enjoy a luxurious spread featuring a raw bar, hand-rolled sushi, a carvery, a selection of festive classics, and Seafire signature preparations. Plates will be complemented with always-festive bubbles and Christmas-themed craft cocktails.
Midnight Brunch on the Beach (December 31, 2018 – January 1, 2019) – Ring in New Year’s Eve on Seven Mile Beach. Where better to indulge in craft cocktails and free flowing bubbles? A beach beer truck will be on hand to keep the hops lovers happy. The Seafire chef’s abundant spread will keep you going from early evening until you dance your way into 2019 against a backdrop of fireworks reflecting on the Caribbean Sea.