InterContinental Partners Norland College

Travel News Asia Videos Podcasts Latest Travel News Asia Tuesday, 9 December 2014

For the next two years, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts will partner with Norland College, a premier provider of early years training.

The partnership will see Norland College provide all InterContinental Hotels & Resorts around the world with expert guidance on babysitting and staff recruitment to ensure families have the best quality care when they stay at an InterContinental hotel or resort.

The new collaboration is the latest in a series of enhancements to the InterContinental brands childrens programme, Planet Trekkers by InterContinental. It includes the brands global childrens menu developed by award-winning celebrity chef, Theo Randall, and leading childrens food expert and best-selling author, Annabel Karmel MBE.

Planet Trekkers by InterContinental is a programme of tailored services, dining and interactive activities that are specifically created for families with children aged 4-12. The programme offers a wide array of creative and immersive activities that help families explore the destination together and cultivate a deeper understanding of the world around them.

Simon Scoot, Vice President Global Brands, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, IHG said, At IHG, we are constantly listening to our guests to ensure we are meeting and exceeding their travel needs. For our InterContinental brand, we know that families who stay with us look for our help in keeping their children happily entertained with fun opportunities to learn about the world. We couldnt wish for a better partner than Norland to help us ensure families feel welcomed, entertained and looked after.

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