The Ritz-Carlton Kids Programme

The Ritz-Carlton Kids Programme

This Father's Day and school holidays, celebrate at The Ritz-Carlton — with the newly launched Ritz Kids Programme, stunning rooms and views, it's the perfect destination for the whole family to enjoy!

With Father’s Day fast approaching, as well as the school holidays, you may be struggling to find something different to do with your family in Singapore.

Well, look no further than the newly launched Ritz-Carlton Kids Programme at The Ritz-Carlton for this year’s celebrations and holidays! The programme has been launched in 84 hotels across the world, from Hawaii and Kazakhstan, to right here in Singapore.

Ritz Kids works in partnership with Jean-Michel Cousteau’s non-profit organisation, Ocean Futures Society, to inspire children to learn more about the world around them.

“We are very excited to continue our highly successful relationship with a unique individual whose entire life has been dedicated to preservation of the environment.”
– Herve Humler, President and COO of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company

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“These experiences will be remembered long after their stay.” – Jean-Michel Cousteau

The Ritz-Carlton Kids Programme – “Ritz Kids”

Ritz Kids engages children’s imaginations and encourages their innate desire to discover new things and seek adventure. The refined luxury experience is something that no other hotel has ever offered before.

The programme itself was exclusively designed for The Ritz-Carlton and is specifically aimed at the hotel’s younger guests, aged 4-12 years.

The Ritz-Carlton Kids programme is based on 4 pillars:

Water: Emphasising the importance of sea life and health.
Land: Encouraging exploration and discovery.
Environmental Responsibility: Promoting the environmental health of our planet for the future.
Culture: Exposing young minds to a variety of art forms including music, history and cuisine.

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Kueh Lapis – The Ritz-Carlton Kids Programme encourages children to try different foods and explore different cultures from around the world.

With an emphasis on these 4 pillars, Ritz Kids aims to inspire children to learn more about the world we live in. Through discovering different countries and their cultures, the programme hopes to spark curiosity amongst children and draw wonder from each hotel’s dynamic culture and environment.

Find out about Ritz-Carlton Kids Programmes Across the World and Father’s Day celebrations on the next page…

Ritz Kids Programmes across the world

Across the world, the various different Ritz-Carlton hotels inspire children to explore their surroundings with activities like searching for indigenous birds in the wild and exploring gardens for Food Fun.

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The Ritz-Carlton Kids Programme has been introduced to 84 hotels around the world.

Specific to The Ritz-Carlton Hotels in Kapalua, Grand Cayman, St. Thomas and Dorado Beach are Ambassadors of the Environment. These expert naturalists take your children on environmental and cultural excursions to learn more about the outside world.

Ritz-Carlton Kids Programme Phases in Singapore

If The Ritz-Carlton wasn’t luxurious and indulgent enough for adults, Ritz Kids seems to go that one step further for their younger guests. Upon arrival, kids will receive a customised Ritz Kids activity folder that includes an activity book, stickers, crayons and much more.

Kids will even be given their very own fluffy, child-sized bathrobe and bedroom slippers to use during their stay at The Ritz-Carlton!

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Children are welcomed with delicious treats the moment they begin their stay at The Ritz-Carlton!

New privileges of Ritz Kids include a dedicated welcome corner, where kids will be treated to yummy snacks and beverages, whilst their parents are busy checking-in.

What’s more is that each child gets a Ritz Kids ice-cream pass during their stay, meaning they can redeem a complimentary scoop of delicious ice-cream daily.

Ritz Kids have also introduced new weekend activities like sand art drawing and balloon sculpting, which aim to bring families closer together through interaction.

The younger guests and their families are encouraged to participate in the various activities and take home their handmade creations as keepsakes and memories of their time at The Ritz-Carlton.

Find out about Father’s Day celebrations and more on the Ocean Futures Society on the next page…

Father’s Day with Ritz Kids

This June, Ritz Kids will be introducing “Thank You Super Dad” and “Tie with Me”, two activities specifically designed for Father’s Day.

“Thank You Super Dad” is an arts and crafts session whereby children will have the opportunity to make handmade medals and Father’s Day cards for their dads’ special day.

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The Ritz-Carlton Kids Programme’s delicious tropical fruit jellies.

In the “Tie with Me” baking session, kids will cook their very own cookies, shaped like a neck tie, making the perfect gift for Dad and the whole family to enjoy over tea.

So, this Father’s Day and school holidays, why not indulge yourself and your children at The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore…

The whole family can enjoy the luxurious suites and be educated about the world around them through the Ritz Kids Programme.

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“All kids start out as scientists, constantly asking ‘Why? What’s that? How does it work?” – Jean-Michel Cousteau

About the Ocean Futures Society

“Protect the ocean and you protect yourself.”

Jean-Michel Cousteau is a French explorer, environmentalist and educator. His non-profit organisation, the Ocean Futures Society, is dedicated to explore the world’s oceans.

In doing so, they hope to educate and inspire people to be responsible for its protection. They aim to document and encourage people to recognise the critical connection between humanity and nature.

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