Marketing & Communications Senior Manager
The Ritz-Carlton, Macau
Galaxy Macau™, COTAI, Macau
Tel: (853) 8886 6268
Macau, November 10, 2015 – Following suit of The Ritz-Carlton Hotels of China, The Ritz-Carlton, Macau today launched its Ritz Kids® Night Safari program, bringing young children a sense of adventure and priceless memories that will last beyond their stay.
Tapping into children’s innate inquisitiveness and creativity, The Ritz Kids® Night Safari program brings the spirit of the great outdoors inside. From the moment they set foot in The Ritz-Carlton, Macau’s hotel suite, they will be thrilled to discover a spacious tent pitched up, lined with lush duvets and plush pillows. The cozy enclave is not just a place for them to call their own during their stay in Macau, but also a space for them to learn through games and imaginative play.
To let their minds take them on endless adventure when the lights go down at bedtime, they will have a full inventory of camping tools, including a flash torch lamp, a handy little compass to navigate the way and a drink bottle to quench their thirst well into the night. Of course, style is essential for every explorer, so a nifty screen-print backpack and safari-style pajamas are also provided. Last but not least, “Lion” The Ritz-Carlton’s friendly plush toy will act as a trusted camping buddy. Little ones will even be able to earn an “Explorer Certificate” upon completion of coloring activities and stamp collections during their stay.
Parents will be glad to hear that the Ritz-Kids® Night Safari package is available for young guests between 4 and 8 years of age, starting from MOP 4,398*. Additional in-room amenities include kid-sized bathrobe and slippers and The Ritz-Carlton rubber duckie as well as children’s bath amenities from Cocci Nella.
The Ritz-Kids program was designed by world-renowned oceanographer Jean-Michel Cousteau and Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society for The Ritz-Carlton in December 2013. It is an organization dedicated to highlighting the importance of ocean life, a sense of adventure, environmental responsibility, and culture.