What is Easter like at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort?

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Natalie Wearstler

Easter at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort is a special and memorable time, regardless of your religious beliefs. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel caters to children and adults equally well — and yes, the Easter Bunny is involved.

The number of special Easter dining options offered by the luxury Kiawah Island resort is indicative of the staff’s mission to accommodate all of the varied tastes and preferences of guests. Easter Sunday in the Grand Oaks Ballroom at The Sanctuary is a culinary tour de force that includes food displays created from international influences, live cooking stations and a children’s buffet. A traditional seated Easter Sunday brunch is also offered at the Jasmine Porch. Additional Easter brunches are offered at The Ocean Course and Tomasso, and in the evening, an oyster roast and barbecue end the day in a delicious way.

No Easter weekend would be complete without an egg hunt, and The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island plans an extravagant one. Children start gathering eggs promptly at 10 a.m., and keep in mind that this event is BYOB (bring your own basket).

The entire Easter weekend schedule is packed with traditional and innovative ways to celebrate the holiday with family. Whether that means flexing your wrists for the annual Kiawah Island Open disc golf competition, playing all day at the EGGstravagant Easter Festival, getting sandy at the sand sculpting contest or enjoying Easter Sunday sundaes with Rick Hubbard and his famous kazoo band is up to you.

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