Pint-sized visitors to The Ritz-Carlton, Doha are welcomed with pampering and child-friendly amenities when they check in to the hotel.
Among the special care and comfort for the youngest guests are teddy bears tucked into their beds at turndown, a toy menu with games and G-rated movies for entertainment.
“Children should have as much fun as their parents when they travel,” said Thorsten Ries, general manager. “At The Ritz-Carlton, Doha we wanted to make their stay with us memorable, which is why we provide amenities especially for them. The youngest guest of the hotel can indulge themselves with an array of tailormade games and activities at The Ritz Kids Club and in the entire hotel.”
The food and beverage team has prepared an amazing toy box from which the kids can choose a toy to play with and keep while their parents are enjoying their meal at the restaurants. To satisfy even the fussiest eater, the Ritz-Carlton’s round-the-clock room service menu was designed for and by children, to include a choice of “kiddy comfort” foods; creams of tomato soup, hamburgers or chicken nuggets are freshly made in house by the chefs. Children cooking classes and etiquette classes are also proposed for the pleasure and curiosity of the youngest ones.
Bedtime will always be fun at The Ritz-Carlton, Doha. Even the dreaded nightly bath can become an adventure by reserving the Bath Butler to draw a bubbly Rub-a-Dub Dub in the tub. A teddy bear is tucked into the plush feather bed to ensure pleasant dreams for kids eight and under. Children needing a break from their parents will enjoy the hotel’s concierge-arranged babysitting service.
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