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The Fairmont Hamilton Princess will be buzzing all summer long with plenty to do for tourists and locals alike.

Every night of the week there is something fun to do from cocktail tastings, to a rum cruise to waterside happy hour events.

Len Czarnecki, general manager of the Fairmont Hamilton Princess said: “With its central location, sweeping views of the harbour and unique activities throughout the week, The Fairmont Hamilton Princess is the perfect summer hot spot for locals and tourists alike.

 “We welcome local residents and tourists to come and try our new menu at Harley’s Restaurant and Terrace.

“This is a beautiful outdoor setting for dinner or drinks and one of the few dining options on the island offering harbour views.

 “We also encourage residents and tourists to try out the new summer activities we have going on at the property.”

 The events start on Monday night with an event called Cocktail Culture.

For $15, you can try an array of beverages created by the hotel’s talented mixologist. Cocktail Culture is held in the hotel lobby.

On Tuesday, you can sail away on the one and a half hour Gosling’s Rum Cruise where you will sample various rums while sailing on a beautiful evening.

When the boat returns, a barbecue and live Steel Pan music will be available.

The cost for the cruise and barbecue is $85. The cruise alone is $50 and the barbecue alone is $46.

The cruise is from 6pm to 7:30pm and the barbecue is from 6pm to 10pm.

For the wine lovers, every Wednesday night you can sample of a variety of wines for $15 long with handpassed hors d’oeuvres from 5:30pm to 7:30pm in the lobby.

Thursday is tapas night with traditional Spanish tapas, accompanied by sangria.

Tapas will be held on The Heritage Court from 5pm to 8pm.

Happy Hour comes alive on the Princess Patio every Friday night from 5pm to 9pm with drink specials, barbecue, music and giveaways all night.

Saturday night is for the live music lovers who can enjoy sounds by Robert and Jamie in the Heritage Court from 9pm to midnight.

Finally on Sunday, a special all you can eat brunch is available it Harley’s Restaurant and Terrace from 12 noon to 3pm for $42 per person.