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Easter at Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills is a celebration full of activities the whole family will enjoy. On Easter Sunday, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel typically hosts an Easter egg hunt and Easter brunch at its signature restaurant, Livello.
Kids under 12 can search for hundreds of eggs filled with candy on the hotel’s rooftop patio (and they’re encouraged to bring their own baskets for the hunt). Expect the Easter Bunny to be on hand for photos and face painting as well.
Brunch is a scrumptious occasion; the 2013 menu included smoked salmon, Israeli couscous, roasted chicken with shiitake mushrooms and garlic soy sauce, creamy Brie polenta and more. Of course, it wouldn’t be Easter without some sweets, so the dessert table satisfies your sweet tooth with treats like white chocolate passion fruit cake, raspberry tarts and a candy station for the kids.
The hotel suggests making reservations for the event. In 2013, Easter brunch was $85 for adults and $45 for children. Adults could also indulge in unlimited mimosas and bellinis for an extra $25.