You won't believe what this hotel does for kids!
From a train filled with sweets to in-suite gaming systems, the Burj al Arab has spared no expense to impress its youngest guests, The National reports.
The Burj al Arab, which boasts a seven star rating, is working overtime to ensure the children of their high-paying guests stay entertained. The hotel offers personalized menus, 21-inch iMacs, 24-carat gold iPads, Xbox 360, and of course, a train filled with sweet treats that stops by every door.
The kids also have ample opportunities for outdoor activities. The little ones can lounge by the pool or go on an excursion to learn about sea turtles, according to The National.
“Our colleagues have a lot of fun finding imaginative and exhilarating ways to surprise and delight our youngest guests. We empower our colleagues to find unique ways to ‘wow’ children; seeing the child’s excited reaction is as rewarding for us as it is for the child,” said the general manager, Heinrich Morio.
But this outstanding experience for the kiddos will cost their parents a pretty penny; rooms cost over $2,000 a night.
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