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Exciting options for kids at Hyatt Regency Dubai
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Hyatt Regency Dubai has a whole load of fun planned for kids on their summer break.

This year’s summer camp offers a range of activities from games and sports to exciting competitions guaranteed to keep their energies channelled. The camp is being till August 3, 2005 at the ‘Kids Next Door’ area situated on the 4th floor of The Galleria. 
“Summer camps give kids the chance to make new friends, develop new skills and discover interests. Children require interaction and stimulation to learn and motivate their creativeness,” said Zoë Muir, Club Olympus manager. ”Following on from the tremendous success of last year’s summer camp, Hyatt Regency Dubai promises to give kids in Dubai the most memorable experience.”
Activities for kids include swimming, ice skating, parachute games, table tennis, squash and the newly included golfing sessions. In addition to these, there are arts and crafts sessions. Hyatt Regency Dubai, keeping in mind safety during sporting activities, provides qualified instructors and professionals to oversee all activities.
To keep up the competitive spirit, Pocari Sweat will be sponsoring a kid’s challenge every Wednesday afternoon and have plenty of goodies to give away in prizes. Pocari Sweat is a healthy beverage that restores vital nutrients lost in hot weather.
The charges per week for sessions from 9am–3pm are Dh350, but are discounted to Dh300 per week if made with a down payment for the entire five weeks. Similarly, half day sessions (9am–1pm) are Dh300 per week or Dh280 per week if bought upfront for the full five weeks. Daily charges are Dh100 and Dh80 for full and half days respectively. A discount of Dh50 per week or Dh20 per day is applicable if more than one child from the same family is registered. In order to provide maximum benefit to all kids, sessions are limited to 20 children per day.




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