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Skiathos Princess Hotel to Open ‘Snack Stations’ for Kids

The Skiathos Princess Hotel, located on the island of Skiathos in the North Sporades, is introducing two Snack Stations for toddlers and children this year, ideal for “filling hungry tummies between meals”.

According to an announcement, two Snack Stations will be operating for the children of the hotel’s guests at the hotel’s poolside bistro restaurant “MUSE” and at the Kids Club, offering fresh fruits and vegetables, breadsticks, mini cookies or pastries.

Snacks at the Kids Club will be offered on a complimentary basis to children using the facility and will be available between 11.30am – 12.30pm and between 5.30pm – 6.30pm.

The Snack Station at “MUSE” will be open all day, offering mini cups of carrots, cucumber and tomatoes, breadsticks, oat bars and mini pastries, ideal for for toddlers and kids who need a little topping up between meals.

Skiathos Princess Resort, Skiathos

The new services are part of the Skiathos Princess Hotel’s efforts to meet the needs of its young clientele. The hotel also offers babysitting services and includes a specifically-designed children’s pool, supervised clubs for children aged from 6 months to 12 years old, an indoor playroom and an outdoor adventure garden, children’s menus at all restaurants and a wide-range of family and interconnecting room options.

The Skiathos Princess Hotel is a family-run hotel and it is part of the Santikos Collection of luxury hotels, which also includes the Aegean Suites on Skiathos, the Marpunta Village Club on Alonissos, North Sporades and the Mansion Heritage Buildings in Pelion, central Greece.

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