Amwaj Rotana, located along Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR), Dubai, has launched Flipper’s Kid’s Club, an indoor kid’s activity centre. All activities are fully supervised and ensure that the kids are highly entertained while parents indulge in a massage at Bodylines, a tasty lunch, or just some alone time.
Flipper’s features modern interior design with a vibrant appearance and a natural daylight with its floor-to-ceiling glass windows. The interior has a marine theme and decoration reflecting Amwaj Rotana’s view of the shores of the Arabian Gulf.
Located on the first floor, the kids’ club offers a wide selection of activities including drawing, games and watching movies. Flipper’s will be open daily from 10 am to 8 pm and is an exclusive facility for children of hotel guests and Bodylines members aged between 4 and 10 years.
“Given our location, we attract numerous families with young kids. There has been increasing demand to cater better to their needs and the kid’s club is one of a number of initiatives we have embarked on for this purpose. At the same time, we are a leisure hotel and having such a facility helps to ensure that parents get some “me time” since Flipper’s is fully supervised throughout the day by trained professionals,” general manager Mark Deere informs TTN.
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