International Children’s Day at the Kempinski Hotel Wuxi
June 7th, 2013- Kempinski Hotel Wuxi held a successful event on the 1st of June, 2013, for the International Children’s Day, where over 170 families were warmly invited to celebrate this auspicious and exhilarating event! A bundle of joy elevated the room where kids were running left to right benefitting from the dedicated kids corner and various exciting events which were held especially for them. Stimulating performances by numerous entertainers such as the Star & Moon Training School, clowns and magicians were exclusively prepared for this special occasion! Joy and happiness took over the hotel where parents, staff and children took pleasure through the excitement that was brought and offered to them.
The official handover ceremony began at 11AM, where the guests were unexpectedly welcomed by the hotel panda mascot, Wuxing. The families and kids were then escorted to follow a pathway of balloons which eventually led them to the Café Berlin, All Day Dining Restaurant, where the ceremony took place. Throughout the entire day, electric entertainment, gifts & prizes were organized to keep both parents and children’s faces blemished. A dedicated kid’s buffet was made available to relish on the goodies prepared for the children. The event carried on with a warm and welcoming speech by Mr Sebastien Mariette, General Manager of the Kempinski Hotel Wuxi, followed by endless performances by the Clowns and Magicians. Throughout the event, lollipops were happily distributed to ensure kids received unexpected surprises at unpredictable time.
It was clearly visible that the Kempinski Hotel Wuxi took exceptional care on the distinctive decorations and profound care for their guests. The laughter and giggles of the little ones uplifted the room and unquestionably brought joy to everyone’s heart. During this occasion, kids were full of joy and energy at the Kempinski Hotel Wuxi and where they most certainly spent a unique, unanticipated and unpredicted time. Like in most cases, families and kids entered as strangers but all left as good friends.