Mothers In Focus

Out of the many relationships shared in life, none can compare to the one which exists between a mother and child. A mother is the first true love that many of us experience and unlike friendships and love affairs this bond lasts a lifetime.

No matter the language, country, race or creed, most people identify the importance of a mother and her contribution to society.  So much so that every year a special day is set aside to celebrate motherhood and maternal bonds.  Mother’s Day as it is called, is observed on the second Sunday in May and brings the extraordinary love of a mother into focus.

Here in the Caribbean Mother’s Day is celebrated in various traditional and non-traditional ways.  A grand church service normally starts off the day in which gifts and awards for the year’s top moms are bestowed.  Oh and it’s also the day that Mothers make a fashion statement with their hats of different colours and designs.

The worship segment of the day is often followed by a special breakfast or brunch at a fancy restaurant, hotel or an elegantly prepared home cooked meal from the children.  It is that one day in the year that moms put their feet up and take a day off from the hustle and bustle of the job and stresses of taking care of the home.

As usual, the Trade Winds Hotel will join the rest of the world in saluting and highlighting the ones who birthed and raised us with utmost love, care and sacrifice. Mother’s Day will be observed on May 13, 2012 and this will be evident at our hotel.  A special Bay House All Day Breakfast from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. or a Carvery Luncheon which starts from 12:30 to 3 p.m. with musical entertainment by Vincent Blaze, and efficient service from our friendly staff, will provide all the pampering your mom needs.

But this is not the end of it.  Stay at the Trade Winds Hotel on a room only basis with your loved one for the price of one and get an automatic upgrade to a Junior Oeanview suite.  So join us as we celebrate Mothers by making a reservation Now!

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