What does the new childcare look like?
We believe it’s excellent! The groups will be smaller and the care more one-to-one, and we will spend a lot of time in the fresh air and in the great outdoors. Our caregivers make washing hands a regular ritual with the children. But the little ones already know that from home anyway. We have made it our mission to give your children a fantastically beautiful holiday with lots of fun, games and joy even in times like these.
What do I have to consider before I take my child to childcare?
Your children are in good hands with us. And our caregivers are really looking forward to playing, tinkering, romping around and exploring the natural environment around our Kinderhotel. Nevertheless, a few new rules of the game mut be observed here, too, so that everyone can spend a safe and enjoyable holiday with us:
- Please register your children in advance for childcare at the reception or in the Kid’s Club. This year, childcare is only available by appointment, so that we can prepare a manageable group size, enough caregivers and sufficiently large rooms. Our caregivers also ensure the right distance between the children and enhanced disinfection of the rooms and play facilities.
- The temperature of each child is measured when entering the Kid’s Club (it must not exceed 37.5 °C).
- Please bring only healthy children to the Kid’s Club. We cannot accept sick or sickish children.
- Our caregivers will welcome your children in front of the Kid’s Club. We ask you parents not to enter the rooms of the Kid’s Club.
- Please let us know whether you allow us to give your children a hug to comfort them when they are sad or crying. Just tell us when you hand your child over and write it down in the Kinderpass.
- Please bring the completed Kinderpass as well as outdoor clothing and a change of clothing every day.day.
Have the childcare times remained the same?
Our caregivers are available for you at the following times: childcare hours in the Mini Club (6 to 35 months of age) and for children older than 3 years:
April, May, June, September, October and November: Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday to Friday 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.;
July and August: Sunday 1 –5 p.m., Monday to Friday 10 a.m. –8 p.m.
December, January, February and March: Sunday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday to Friday 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Do the children eat lunch together in the Kid’s Club?
Of course! For general strengthening, we are happy to offer your children lunch together with the caregivers in the Kid’s Club.
What do I have to provide for baby care?
Your little ones are in good hands with our baby caregivers. They will lovingly nurture your babies and make sure they have everything they need. We only ask you to bring a named bag with diapers, wet wipes, a change of clothing, outdoor clothing, and pacifiers for your youngest ones. Unfortunately, it is not allowed to bring the children’s own toys in the Kid’s Club. At the most, one cuddly toy to comfort is allowed (if it is absolutely necessary). Of course, we have also increased our hygiene measures in the Kid’s Club.
What about the activities and sports facilities for teens?
It looks good! All activities that can take place on our extensive hotel grounds will take place. The youth can still look forward to geocaching, football, country hockey, cocktail mixes, stick bread grilling and much more. For activities outside of the hotel grounds, we must of course comply with the rules of our regional providers. We have already put together an exciting and varied family activity program for you. You can get the latest information at the reception, in the Kid’s Club or directly from the local providers.
Will swimming lessons be offered again?
Yes! Our swimming lessons will also take place. Of course, only healthy children are allowed to participate (but that would always be the case anyway). Please make sure your child goes to toilet before the lesson and changes in swimwear in the hotel room – and the swimming pleasure can start. We ask you that only one parent shall bring the child to the lesson and pick it up again. During the lesson, parents are currently not allowed in the indoor pool area. The meeting point is in front of the indoor pool entrance.
What do we have to pay attention to in public areas (sports hall, Eldorado, etc.)?
We ask all of you – parents as well as children – to pay attention to keeping the minimum distance of 1 m in all public areas. And that’s it.