Rove Hotels opens 'hotels for kids' in Abu Dhabi and Dubai

Children will get a behind-the-scenes look at what it means to run a Rove Hotel

Mini-Rove hotels have been rolled out in KidZania amusement centres
Mini-Rove hotels have been rolled out in KidZania amusement centres

Mini-Rove hotels have been rolled out in KidZania amusement centres in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, giving children an insight into the hospitality world.

Children across the emirates are encouraged to submit their applications to either KidZania location to take part in a curated training camp.

Children will be trained by Rove Hotels’ staff, as well as one of its managers. They will get a behind-the-scenes look at what it means to run a Rove Hotel, from checking in, to setting up meetings, or making sure a room is ready.

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The kid-friendly role-playing activity has an application deadline of November 30, 2019.

Rove Hotels joins the likes of Rotana in offering a similar role-play experience for children who are aspirational about hospitality. 

KidZania provides children a safe, realistic educational environment that allows them to do what comes naturally to them: role-playing by mimicking traditionally adult activities.

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