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57898 25 Nov 2019

First Kids-only Hotels in Dubai and Abu Dhabi by Rove Hotel

• The mini-Rove Hotels are now open at KidZania® Dubai and Abu Dhabi.• Rove is in the mood for celebrating by giving children the chance to attend a free bootcamp for aspiring young hoteliers

Dubai, UAE (November 2019): It’s check-in time at KidZania® Dubai and Abu Dhabi, with the arrival of the first mini Rove Hotels, opening their doors in both locations to offer an insightful and activity-packed role-play experience that teaches your little ones all about the fascinating day-to-day world of hospitality. Rovesters are big kids at heart, so, of course, a partnership with KidZania® makes absolute sense.

To celebrate the launch of Rove Hotels at KidZania® Dubai and Abu Dhabi, children are invited to submit their applications, at both KidZania® locations, for a chance to take part in a very special Rovester training bootcamp conducted by the hotel team, as well as one of Rove Hotels’ managers. Participants will then be treated to a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to keep a Rove Hotel running smoothly and efficiently, from checking guests in, to setting up a meeting coffee break or making sure that a room is ready to welcome Rovers in.
To sign up to this fun-filled bootcamp, kids can apply at the mini-Rove Hotels in KidZania® Dubai and Abu Dhabi between now and November 30th, 2019. Applications can also be done online by visiting Lucky winners will then be chosen to take part in training with a Rove General Manager, who will provide immersive, interactive and entertaining guidance for each important department of the hotel. 
Spots are limited but don’t worry, because even if your child isn’t among the lucky ones to make it through to the last 12, you can still be in with a chance of winning free Bench Brunch and room-stay vouchers, exclusive dining deals, complimentary cinema tickets, and free tickets to KidZania®.
 Rove Hotels at KidZania® Dubai & Abu Dhabi

Now open at The Dubai Mall & Yas Mall

Applications can be submitted at either location, as well as visiting

Closing date for applications: November 30th

 About Rove Hotels:

Rove hotels is an award-winning lifestyle hotel brand, offering well designed hotels in connected locations. Designed for the traveller who likes to explore without borders, receive fuss-free service and some touches of local culture. Rove Hotels defines a new niche in the ever-evolving global hospitality sector.

Rove Hotels are reliable, modern and efficient. Regardless of their location, Rovers (guests) will always find locally-inspired modern interiors, relaxed service and all the essentials to enjoy their stay.

Born in Dubai, Rove Hotels is a joint venture between Meraas Holding and Emaar Properties PJSC.

The first Rove hotel opened at Downtown Dubai in 2016 and the brand now has over 4000 rooms open or under development across the Middle East. Rove Hotels continues to target properties in well-connected locations and further expansion announcements will follow soon.

About KidZania® Dubai

KidZania®is an activity-packed indoor city where learning and play collide for day out your children will never forget. The 7,000m² scaled replica of a real city combines entertainment and education, with over 60 real-life activities for children aged 4-16. Children will discover and learn all about different jobs through exciting role-play, while developing decision-making, teamwork, creativity and social skills in ways that can’t be taught in a classroom.

About KidZania® Abu Dhabi

KidZania® is an award-winning children’s learning centre, located on the Ground Floor at Yas Mall Abu Dhabi. Introduced to the Middle East region for the first time in Dubai followed by Abu Dhabi through an exclusive partnership with Emaar Entertainment. An 55,000 sq ft interactive mini-city, KidZania® combines play with learning through a fun and innovative approach, with over 60 real-life activities for children aged 4-16. KidZania® offers a safe and interactive learning environment, where children can pursue their preferred professions independently and get to understand the world of grown-ups better by being grown-ups themselves.