Who says summers in Bahrain are boring? If you are tired of trying out unattractive summer promotions and your kids refuse to get enrolled into another one of those drudging summer camps, then here’s the solution.
The fun-filled Summer Festival 2005 at the Mövenpick Hotel Bahrain is every holidaymaker’s dream come true. Whether you live in Bahrain or are planning to travel there in summer, don’t miss out on the sights, sounds and colours of the Summer Festival 2005 at the Mövenpick. The festival will run on until August 31, 2005 and will be open to in-house guests and also those who simply walk-in and book a table at the hotel for lunch or dinner.
“There will be two daily shows comprising of live entertainment,” said Shama Uchil, public relations manager.” Along with an exotic magic show, there will also be daily performances by a juggler, fire eater and colourful face painting for kids too. Children will be welcomed and entertained by Mickey Mouse and some of his other friends throughout the festival.”
The show timings will coincide with the daily lunch and dinner timings which means not only the hotel’s in-house guests but the regular walk-in guests who patronise the hotel’s restaurants will also be able to enjoy the festival.
A spacious, fully air-conditioned tent has been specially allocated for the Kids Corner. The idea is to provide unlimited fun and excitement to all the kids while the parents can sit back, relax and enjoy the various amenities and facilities that the hotel offers. Magician Ketan and Juggler Kishen Avula will be among the visiting entertaining troupe and are both award-winning members for their astonishing tricks and feats.
Kids attending the festival will be welcomed by entertaining cartoon characters or a clown while games and activities will keep them engaged throughout the lunch and dinner.
The summer festival can also be enjoyed by all the local residents of Bahrain at no extra charges. “All the walk-in guests who book a table for lunch or dinner at the hotel are free to enjoy the show at no extra charge. So every time you dine with us, you get free entertainment with unlimited fun for your little ones too.”
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