The Rubens Family Activities

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Family rooms

With a number of different room types and interconnecting options, we are delighted to accommodate families in beautiful style and comfort.

Family services

From children's check-in to complimentary mocktails, little ones also receive our five-star treatment and service.

Experiences for our youngest guests...

Children's Pastry Chef experience

Children are able to dress up in full chef uniform and visits our kitchen to see our chef at work. They will meet our pastry chef and learn how to decorate their own biscuits and cupcakes, and receive a 'Master Chef in the Art of Pastry' certificate on completion, a personalised badge and a polaroid picture of the experience.

Please advise in advance if your child has any dietary restrictions or requirements.

Time: Monday - Sunday, 10 or 11am
Duration: 30 minutes

This experience is available daily (please book a time 24-hours in advance) and free when staying at the hotel.

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A message from our General Manager, Malcolm Hendry

I have a family of my own and have the first-hand experience of travelling with young children. There is so much you need to think about and remember!

The guest experience is always at the heart of our hotel where "No request is too large, no detail too small". I can personally ensure that you and your family are in the best of hands, and that we will do all we can to make this a memorable and special stay with us.

Chukdren's milk, cookies and board games, provided at The Rubens

Family Experience Manager

Our dedicated Family Experience Manager is on hand to help you with any requests you may have to make your stay with us even more memorable. Their knowledge of our wonderful multigenerational experiences allows us to provide creative suggestions for activities and arrange special family experiences for you to enjoy. No request is too large and no detail too small.