InterContinental Hotels & Resorts has released the Insider Guide to Travelling with Children, providing useful advice to make planning enjoyable family vacations a breeze. The third in the Insider Guide series, this latest guide is an essential handbook for guests planning to travel with their children. The guide collates InterContinental insider knowledge and external industry expert opinions from countries across Asia, Middle East and Africa to deliver top travel tips, local insights and itineraries, including suggestions on engaging the young ones from the planning stage.
Bruce Ryde, director, brand management, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, said, “At InterContinental Hotels & Resorts we have over 65 years of global heritage in curating memorable experiences for our guests. From locally-inspired spa programmes to our Planet Trekkers Kid’s Club activities, we give our guests the most authentic local experiences for an enjoyable holiday. The Insider Guide to Travelling with Children condenses all the information you need to stay in the know before, during and after your family vacation.”
The guide also features highlights of the new InterContinental Children's Menu. Jointly developed by celebrity chef Theo Randall and leading children's food expert and best-selling international author, Annabel Karmel MBE, the menu is designed specifically for the young InterContinental guest and will feature delicious dishes which embrace flavours, textures, smells and tastes that will take children on an educational voyage around the world, while ensuring an enjoyable and nutritionally balanced meal.
"The new children's menu is developed based on principle of ‘Food Exploration’ which is all about creating food experiences children will find intriguing and exciting. There is no better way for parents and their young ones to discover a new city together than to explore the cuisines and tastes it has to offer, and the menu offers our young guests that opportunity to do so in a fun way," added Bruce.
The Insider Guide to Travelling with Children features advice from local business professionals such as Albert Amanna, head concierge, InterContinental Marine Drive, said, “In Mumbai, travelling in a taxi is considered the best way of getting around the mega-city, especially for a tourist. This is by far the most comfortable option, although not always the fastest, due to the sheer volume of traffic on the roads.”