Sheraton Macao Hotel Debuts Junior Hotelier Program

Budding chefs, concierge and mixologists can learn the ropes through Sheraton Macao Hotel’s new offering By: Valerie Chen
Young hotel guests can try on different hats through the new Junior Hotelier program. // © 2015 Sheraton Macao Hotel
Young hotel guests can try on different hats through the new Junior Hotelier program. // © 2015 Sheraton Macao Hotel

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Sheraton Macao Hotel
www.sheratonmacao.com

Kids can take the lead at Sheraton Macao Hotel through its recently launched Junior Hotelier program. The playful weekend initiative, which runs through June 28, gives little ones ages 4 to 12 a behind-the-scenes look at hotel operations, from room setup to food service.

Each training program lasts about two hours and focuses on a different hotel job. For example, Junior Chefs will don the appropriate hat and apron while working alongside hotel chef Richard Lao, rolling dough and prepping icing for hand-decorated cookies. After taking lessons on the importance of guest relations and how to run the front desk and handle luggage, a Junior Agent can share info about guestrooms with travelers. Once in their room, guests will find towels folded into animals resting atop a neatly made bed — both the careful handiwork of a Junior Housekeeper.

Prices are set at $20 for one day or $30 for the weekend. At the completion of their program, trainees will receive a certificate and a stamp on their Sheraton Macao Hotel Junior Hotelier Passport. Those who fill up their passport with stamps from all four courses will receive additional prizes.

Grown-ups can join the fun for a small additional fee.

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