Christmas market at Hamilton Princess
Hamilton Princess & Beach Club will be holding a Christmas market on Saturday as the centrepiece of its Boat Parade events.
The European-style Christmas market in the main courtyard of the hotel will be full of Christmas lights and cheer and will feature local businesses.
It will open from 6pm until 9pm and is the perfect opportunity for the public and guests alike to stock up on Bermudian Christmas presents, from books to luxury items.
Guests and visitors will be able to watch the Boat Parade go past on the marina below the market. There is with free seating available, which will offer a spectacular vantage point over the proceedings.
Guests can complete the experience with the concession stand which will offer hot food, including All Beef Jumbo Hot Dogs and All American Apple Pie with Vanilla Ice Cream, and seasonal drinks, such as luxury hot chocolate and mulled wine
For those wanting to celebrate the festivities in style, 1609 will be open for its last event of 2018, offering a holiday inspired buffet.
Tickets are $70 per person, plus gratuities, and will include a welcome drink.
Tim Morrison, General Manager at Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, said: “We are very excited to be holding our first ever Christmas Market at Hamilton Princess & Beach Club — we hope that this is the beginning of a new tradition for the hotel and the public alike.
“We take great pride in working with local businesses and we are pleased to be able to showcase so many of them here at the hotel.
“We invite the public to join us and make a night of it with us.”
In the event of rain, the market will be held in the hotel lobby.
• Press release from Hamilton Princess & Beach Club.
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