Hospitality Month To Run From April 1st – 30th

March 28, 2013

April is Hospitality Month and the Bermuda Hospitality Institute is shining a spotlight on the industry from one end of the island to the other and all points in-between.

From April 1-30, there will be activities for all ages to be enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. From Hospitality Trail Guides and behind the Scenes Tours, to special promotions, incentives, contests, and more.

Each week throughout the month, a different area of the island will be promoted through a ‘Hospitality Trail’ guide, featuring Eco & Cultural Activities, Sites of Architectural & Historical Significance, Dining & Accommodations and Leisure Activities & Entertainment.

“There are so many places that Bermudians and residents alike aren’t familiar with” said Ms. Karla Lacey, Bermuda Hospitality Institute CEO. “The Hospitality Trail Guides were developed to encourage the community at large to get out and experience the Island through new eyes.”

The first Hospitality Trail Guide covers ‘Central Areas and the City of Hamilton, with Tours, events and promotions taking place the week of April 1-7th. April 8-14th focuses on the East End; April 15-21 focuses on the Shore & Sound; April 22-28 focuses on the West End.

“There are opportunities in April to take part in activities that aren’t normally open to the general public,” said Ms. Lacey. “For example: being able to enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast at the Royal Palms Hotel, taking part in the Bermudian-style tea at Rosedon Hotel after participating in their respective tours on April 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Additionally, a variety of businesses, from water sports to restaurants and nightclubs, are offering discounts and specials to those who mention the Hospitality Trail. And for those who complete it each week, there are prizes to be won, including hotel stays, spa treatments and more.

Those wishing to participate can obtain a copy of the City & Central Hospitality Trail at the following locations: Visitor Information Centre [Juice & Beans, Front Street]; Department of Community & Cultural Affairs; City Hall; Bermuda Department of Tourism; and the Bermuda Hospitality Institute.

Activities each week will be advertised in the local media and online at www.BHI.bm. Copies of the Trail Guides and further details can also be downloaded from the site.

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