PARK IT… with tykes in tow

June 5th, 2008

Whether traveling near or far, Park Hyatt hotels help families with tykes in tow by offering special amenities and goodies for all ages. For example, Park Hyatt Beaver Creek hosts a s’moregasbord every afternoon around the fire pit. Kids enjoy homemade marshmallows in gourmet flavors like toffee or M&M, with dark or milk chocolate, and graham crackers – the quintessential campfire treat. Scrumptious, no matter the season. Other Park Hyatt caregivers include…

  • Park Hyatt Toronto‘s Chef Joan Monfaredi gives a behind-the-scenes tour that includes an adorable kid’s size chef outfit for them to don in the kitchen.
  • Baby Einstein DVDs, homemade cookies, and Disney coloring books welcome kids to Park Hyatt Zurich.
  • At Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow, pampered babies get hypoallergenic shampoo, bottle warmers, and infant-sized bathrobes.
  • The rooms at Palacio Duhau – Park Hyatt Buenos Aires are stocked with age-appropriate educational and entertaining DVDs, baby bath amenities, and cribs.
  • Park Hyatt Sydney and Canberra pack a goodie bag to the brim with cookies, lolly pops, and a soft, fluffy teddy bear to keep.
  • Older kids at Park Hyatt Washington receive a backpack fit for an urban adventure, with a disposable camera, bottled water, map of DC, postcards, and crayons.

Contact us for more details and news from Park Hyatt’s 22 hotels around the world: Washington DC Buenos Aires Goa Paris Madrid Sydney Mendoza Chicago Milan Tokyo Zurich Philadelphia Moscow Seoul Dubai Saigon Hamburg Melbourne Canberra Toronto Baku Beaver Creek

***Three new Park Hyatts join the group in 2008: Shanghai and Istanbul in October and Beijing later this fall.

And for more on traveling with the family, continue reading here.

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