Fairmont Southampton to lighten up Christmas with Trees of Hope
Winter continues to be a beautiful time to travel to sub-tropical Bermuda. For those dreaming of a pink Christmas, the warm climate and festive atmosphere make Bermuda an ideal December getaway – far away from everyday life, but just 2 hours from most East Coast airports.
Bermuda’s largest resort, Fairmont Southampton, is embracing the true spirit of the holidays in aid of charity, with its Trees of Hope initiative. Lavishly decorated Christmas Trees, sponsored by local businesses, will light up the hotel lobby with all event proceeds going to The Family Centre in Bermuda to help strengthen local families and support systems to create a healthier Bermuda for its children. In addition, Fairmont Southampton is offering festive feasts and fun-filled activities to get guests in the spirit of the season.
Fairmont Southampton celebrates the season with its 12 Days of Christmas schedule of daily guest activities (starting December 23, 2016). From cookie making and children’s activities in Santa’s Workshop to wine tasting and gingerbread house competitions to jolly jaunts and nature walks to seasonal spa experiences to Christmas caroling and Santa’s grand arrival to family foot golf and night golf to gala New Year’s Eve celebrations, the resorts offers holiday cheer to appeal to every member of the family. The program includes limited spaces for a ferry excursion to the historic Royal Naval Dockyard, with a guided history & architectural walking tour. Royal Naval Dockyard will later be home to the America’s Cup Village, which is expected to become the beating heart of the 35th America’s Cup in May & June 2017.