A few days we had the pleasure to learn more about a unique cooking program at Trump SoHo that is designed just for kids.
This included a variety of Young Entrepreneurs SoHo (YES) members who cooked up three courses of fun fare with SoHo’s Executive Chef Desmond Lim, who recently competed on Food Network’s Chopped. At the event kids were able to take home their very own chef hats and aprons along with delectable treats like pizza and cupcakes that they decorated and prepared.
This incredible class was a part of the YES program, a series of unique classes for kids ages 3 to 17 who are hotel guests, condo owners, or residents of the neighborhood that feature unique benefits for kids such as a personalized child-size robe for initial stay post registration, complimentary kid's meals and fun invitations to cooking classes, beauty days at The Spa at Trump, and more.
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“We’re excited to offer our youngest guests this fantastic new program, exclusive to Trump SoHo,” said Andreas Oberoi, general manager. “Through our neighborhood partners, we’re able to provide kids and teens with fun and educational experiences to further enrich their stay.”
The new program also offers access to special age-appropriate events including Children’s Museum of the Arts film screenings, cooking classes, beauty days at The Spa at Trump, etiquette classes and much more. Upon registration, members will also receive personalized business cards, a subscription to a quarterly newsletter discussing family-friendly events around New York City, and a soon-to-launch Trump SoHo Kids Shopping Card, which provides insider access and exclusive discounts to the neighborhood’s premier children’s clothing boutiques and toy stores.
These exclusive offerings will augment the family-friendly services and amenities already available through the existing Trump Kids program, including kiddie cocktails, children’s room service menus, personal attaché service, nanny services, swim lessons, in-room movies, children’s books and board games. Trump SoHo also provides a map of the city with family-friendly sites in lower Manhattan, such as the Nelson A. Rockefeller Park playground, South Street Seaport and the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory, just a stroll over the historic Brooklyn Bridge.
To learn more about the program, please visit www.TrumpSoHoHotel.com/kids
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