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Millennium and Copthorne Makkah Al Naseem host school kids for a children day
More than 72 kids from 4 schools have attended to rejoice their childhood

Millennium and Copthorne Makkah Al Naseem, the luxury hotels located at the core of Makkah inside Al Naseem district, facilitated children from different nearby schools to celebrate their childhood for a day. This occasion falls under the program of the corporate social responsibility adopted by the hotels.

On Wednesday 27 Nov 2019, 72 children from 4 neighborhood schools accumulated in Lotus A and Lotus B restaurant at Millennium Makkah Al Naseem Hotel close by guests in-house to commend this exceptional day. The day began an extraordinary buffet for kids from 8:00 am to 10:30 am while the activities started at 10:30 am with a direction uncommonly intended for children to various hotel departments and proceeded with cooking class at 11:00 am to playing time, film and treats from 11:30 am and after.

Millennium and Copthorne Makkah Al Naseem include 1324 rooms, suites and apartments, carefully structured and furnished with the most recent comforts to address the needs of the most demanding guests. Millennium Makkah Al Naseem incorporates 631 standard rooms with current insides and amenities equipped with LED TVs with streaming function and smart appliances; the lodging additionally incorporates 190 spacious suites exquisitely intended to offer the most extreme comfort with appealing stylish décor featuring a living room, dining area and kitchen with perspectives on the city centre. The suites set the pace for an extravagant living space, upscale marble washrooms, complimentary private parking, lavish hotel breakfast, exquisite couches and workstations alongside unique comforts to guarantee the best stay experience.

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