Rosewood Corniche rolls out kid’s programme
Award-winning Rosewood Corniche has unveiled its new Rose Buds Children’s Programme, designed to make a stay at the property an exciting experience for even the youngest guests. Breaking Travel News calls in for a look.
An overnight stay in a beautiful hotel can be an exciting event for any young child and now Jeddah’s leading luxury property has made sure it will be an experience never to be forgotten. Rosewood Corniche has launched its new Rose Buds Children’s Programme which has been specifically designed to make their young guests feel like true VIPs.
In keeping with the ethos of Rosewood Corniche, the Rose Buds programme is designed with comfort, luxury and personal touches in mind. The experience starts immediately at check in, when young guests are welcomed to the hotel by name and receives a personalised welcome letter from hotel management which details all the local attractions available to them and offering assistance in making reservations and travel arrangements.
A special bathrobe and slippers will be waiting for each in their room, along with a colouring set of crayons and books, while their bathroom will be stocked with a range of Baby Primrose bath products, a baby’s bath tub, changing mats, sponge toys and baby games as well as a state of the art PlayStation or Nintendo Wii.
The creative children’s menu offers an array of options from each of Rosewood Corniche’s dining outlets and in-room dining. Younger guests are likely to be drawn to the hotel’s Chinese restaurant, Noodles, which offers children’s chop-stick lessons, hand-made noodle displays from the open kitchen and a games room.
The Friday Brunch at Rosewood Corniche is one of the most fun spots in Jeddah for young guests. Activities include a jumping castle, a clown, face painting, balloons and a special child-friendly buffet. Children take part in cooking classes in Noodles and Ginza I Chome which sees them creating sushi, handmade noodles and manaqeesh.
“We endeavour to make every guest feel special when they stay at Rosewood Corniche and this new programme allows us to offer even more personalised services to our younger guests,” said Hans-Peter Leitzke, managing director for Rosewood Corniche. “This programme aims to actively engage children in their learning by helping them experience sensorial and practical life applications of the world around them. This is an ideal time to launch the new programme as we approach the school holiday in March and we expect it will be especially popular for families in the Kingdom who can use the hotel as a base to access the beaches and the adventure parks located around the city.”