Clarion Hotel Sign hides golden eggs filled with hotel accommodations during Easter

By on March 24, 2018

Clarion Hotel continues its success and organizes the annual Egg Hunt in all its Nordic hotels. On Maundy Thursday on March 29 at 6:00 pm is over 2000 golden eggs hidden in the Nordic region and in Stockholm City is Clarion Hotel Sign hiding 100 golden eggs filled with winnings such as breakfasts, dinners, spa experiences and hotel accommodations.

Egg hunting is an exciting activity for both hotel guests and locals who are arranged for the third consecutive year in the hotel chain’s entire Nordic hotel. The gold-colored eggs are hidden in different places in the city and contain attractive prices – ranging from luxury hotel pillows to good breakfasts, mouth-watering dinners and exclusive nights. The egg yard engages people of all ages and this year no less than 60 participating hotels in 43 resorts that together hide over 2000 golden eggs.

The annual Egg Hunt started at Clarion Hotel Post five years ago and quickly became a success, with Gothenburgers traveling around the city early in the morning on foot, by bicycle and car. Even in social media the attention became great and the chain chose to extend the Egg Hunt to all hotels.

– The egg hunt is a fun activity that I look forward to every year. Not only do you have the chance to win fine hotel, restaurant and spa experiences, this activity is also a perfect way to discover Stockholm, says Jessica Norgren, CEO of Clarion Hotel Sign.

Egg hunt starts on Maundy Thursday March 29th, at. 6 o’clock and continue until all eggs are found but no later than 18:00. In the eggs there will be nice winnings from Clarion Hotel and palm oil-free Easter candy.

– Through the Egg Hunt we activate the locals and simultaneously invite them to our hotels. Thanks to the great interest, we urge everyone to be out in good time to find one of our coveted gold eggs, concludes Charlotte Rehn, Marketing Manager at Clarion Hotel Sign.

When an egg is found, the participant is invited to post an image on itself and the egg on the hotel’s Facebook page for the Egg Hunt event. This is to let the hotel and all other participants know how many eggs have been found, and especially how many hidden eggs are left.

Helena Olofsson, Entertainment | Stockholm