The Grand Hyatt Dubai reboots kids club for summer

The summer camp is open to kids between ages five and 12

The Grand Hyatt Dubai reboots kids club for summer.
The Grand Hyatt Dubai reboots kids club for summer.

The Grand Hyatt Dubai kids club is back with their annual summer camp which offer adventure, learning to keep the kids busy during the summer.

The summer camp will start from July 8, 2019 and last till August 2, 2018 and accept children between the ages five to 12. The camp will run from Sunday to Thursday from 9:30 am to 4 pm and will offer various interactive games, arts and craft sessions, excursions, cooking activities and a range of outdoor sports for children to choose from. Campers can also access the hotel’s outdoor pool for water activities.

For the whole week, the summer camp is priced at AED 1,100 (US $300) per child or AED 350 ($95.29) per day and lunch is included for both packages. For more information or reservations, please call 04 317 2449 or email kidsclub.grandhyattdubai@hyatt.com.

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