Kempinski Kids Club
Kids Club offers fun and games for all our younger guests.
The Kempinski Kids Club provides a spacious indoor playground to keep its younger guests occupied and amused with a wide selection of complimentary activities including movies, interactive games, arts and crafts. There is also a room dedicated to karaoke.
The hotel also offers an innovative Kempinski Junior Chef Programme, comprising cooking classes for children aged 5 to 12 years. The classes, supervised by qualified staff, are held every Tuesday and Thursday in the Kids’ Club junior kitchen.
Children love to help their parents in the kitchen at home. Now they have the chance to have some real hands-on fun as ‘junior chefs’. Each child is given an apron and chef’s hat to really look the part. Weekend classes are conducted by one of the hotel’s experienced chefs when there may be an extra charge. Please ask our staff for more details.
The Kids Club covers 275 square metres of floor space on the ground floor of the hotel with a contemporary interior design and cosy atmosphere. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows allow natural daylight to filter in and offer views of the landscaped garden and swimming pool.
The club’s open floor plans are divided into various activity zones, some of the activity highlights include:
- Kempinski Junior Chef Programme. The junior chefs enjoy a variety of hands-on supervised activities. Interactive classes designed by the hotel’s culinary team include pizza-making, cupcake decorations and Thai dessert preparations.
- Edutainment activities. Children enjoy a wide range of educational and entertainment activities. We also offer a ‘heart of the house tour’ – taking them behind the scenes at one of Bangkok’s most exclusive five star properties.
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The Kempinski Kids’ Club is open daily from 9:00 hrs. to 18:00 hrs. and is an exclusive facility for children aged between three and 12 years who are staying at Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, as well as young guests attending the hotel’s famous ‘Sunday Longest Lunch’ at Brasserie Europa with their parents.