Mövenpick Hotel Bahrain organised a fun day for children with down syndrome, supported by Hidd Rehabilitation centre. Nearly 25 children attended the event.
Children and staff members of the centre took part in the fun activities that were available across the hotel’s garden. A bouncy castle, football matches, musical chairs and face painting were amongst many options the children were free to enjoy within the loving atmosphere. In addition, the hotel’s chefs offered delicious breakfast and lunch spreads to make the day more special.
The event kicked off to a very colourful start with painting activities led by the hotel’s management team. The children were eager to use the materials and get creative with their kits.
Commenting on the event, hotel general manager, Daniel Kaan said, “It’s an excellent event and was thoroughly enjoyed by both the children and hotel staff. It was truly a heart-warming day for all of us, and we look forward to repeating it in the near future.”
The children’s fun day initiative is part of Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts’ global sustainability programme, Shine, which aims to give back to the communities where Mövenpick properties are based. The programme focuses on three pillars, of which children’s education is considered the most important.