The Four Seasons Hotel New York recently partnered with the creative duo, Eva Shure and Craig Saslow, founders of Red Carpet Kids, to bring us a one-of-a-kind family experience. Red Carpet Kids is an an event company, located in a 5 story townhouse on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The decor is diva divine with its red, black and white palette, animated fixtures, themed rooms and customized concession stands. From the moment the butlers greeted us, to the red carpet premiere, signature drinks, private costume design, and hair & make-up, to the film production and viewing, no detail is left behind.
The cast created the short movie, Captain Evil’s Last Stand, in front of a green-screen where they pretended to fly on a table (later fly in the movie) and used props to exterminate Captain Evil. So much fun was had by all.
During editing, the kids gathered for art activities and refreshments. Delicious food and beverages were abundant for both kids and adults during the three hour production.
After much anticipation, the butlers guided us to the theatre room where we previewed the film and each child received an award.
Upon check-in at the Four Seasons Hotel New York, a family photo was taken and the kids received a back-pack filled with one of their favorite stuffed animals, a TY beanie. Interesting fact: the owner of the Four Seasons is also the founder of TY beanies, Ty Warner.
Being spoiled by the Four Seasons was quite possibly the best part of the Red Carpet Kids Premiere Weekend package. The rooms were luxury at their finest with separate sleeping quarters, spectacular views, and the best linens ever! My kids adored the child-sized robes and the welcome snacks, entirely edible and masterly prepared by the pastry chef at the Four Seasons. Incredible!
The pampering continued to our departure when we received a DVD of the movie along with a special edition of the New York Post.
Check out the world premiere of our move-experience with Captain Evil’s Last Stand:
Disclosure: Momtrends was not paid for this post. I received a complimentary two night stay and meals at the Four Seasons in New York and the Red Carpet Kids experience.