The luxury hotel and resort chain is inviting guests to explore the Kids’ Room concept, which is tailored for three different age groups – babies, children and teenagers. Young guests can find cuddly toys, board games, or Nintendo Wiis set up in their rooms. Baby equipment can also be arranged including portable monitors. For added convenience, the Kids’ Room can be connected directly or adjacent to the adults’ rooms and baby-sitting services can be arranged upon request.
Individual properties also have specialised activities suitable for families. For example, Swissôtel Resort Phuket are currently offering a Family Getaway valid until 30 June 2013.
The Family Getaway Package includes a discount of 10% off the Best Available Rate, with a minimum stay of two nights with breakfast and a pizza making class.
Swissôtel Goa, India, which opened in March 2013 is the group’s latest property and first resort in India. Situated near the popular Calangute Beach, the resort is also within a few minutes’ walk to the most important dining and entertainment area in North Goa. Boasting 135 contemporary rooms set amidst a charming tropical garden and pool, Swissôtel Goa is a perfect retreat for families. Children will enjoy the kids’ club which has a variety of games and activities suitable for children aged between four to 14 years old. Guests travelling with children for a minimum of two nights can enjoy the resort’s Irresistible Package. This offer includes daily complimentary breakfast, lunch and dinner for two, with discounted food and beverage rates for children, as well as complimentary use of the kids’ club. The package is available until 30 September 2013.
Sunday Brunch at the Wohnstube at Swissôtel Dresden, Germany offers a delectable spread of Swiss cuisines for adults from Swiss fondue to Quarkkeulchen pancakes. Traditional dishes that feature names such as Mama’s Sandwich Box (Muttis Brotbüchse) or The Mole’s Molehill (der kleine Maulwurfshügel) are favourites with the younger guests, and are just some of the many interesting dishes that are also available in the in-room dining menu. Parents also have the option to enjoy their Sunday Brunch while the children spend some time at the Kids’ Lounge.
Swissôtel Grand Efes Izmir is set in 12,000 square metres of landscaped gardens with spectacular views of the Kordon on the Aegean Sea. Guests can retreat from the hectic city with the Family Package designed for a relaxing getaway. The package offers guests complimentary accommodation in the Family Room for children under the age of 12, a half-day city tour that will include the Railway Museum, Ataturk Museum, Toy Museum visits and a guide service.
The tallest building in the city, Swissôtel Tallinn, Estonia, is minutes away from the restored town and main entertainment, cultural and shopping district. Every Sunday, brunch at Café Swiss is dedicated to children, with a selection of food designed especially for kids. Apart from the mini hotdogs, mini burgers and chicken skewers, one of the highlights is for children to decorate their ice-cream with help from the experienced chefs. Stations for handicrafts and drawings as well as entertainers and clowns help to keep your kids engaged.