The Elser Hotel & Residences, Miami’s newest luxury residential tower with a full-service hotel program, recently announced its partnership with itavi, a premium accredited childcare service, to provide family travelers with safe and reliable childcare during their stay.
Itavi trains all of its mzees (screening childcare professionals) to perform the itavi Method, an engaging curriculum designed by industry experts to provide a mix of interactive and fun playtime with learning opportunities, local cultural immersive, arts and crafts, exercise and more. Before providing any services, a mzee meets with the parents or guardian, and then the child in a one-on-one setting to introduce themselves and learn more about the family and child.
For itavi, the goal is to leave children “better than when they arrive.” Itavi also offers real-time video check-ins and have a formal process to ensure a safe and positive experience.
“We’re proud to partner with The Elser Hotel to offer our best-in-class childcare services to guests,” said Ayana Rodriguez, founder, itavi. “itavi is an acronym for ‘It Takes A Village’ – because we truly believe it takes a village in raising children. Our team works diligently to provide a safe, trusted and dynamic experience for kids. With each and every session, our goal is to enrich a child’s life and create memories that last a lifetime.”
The Elser Hotel & Residences features 646 rooms of various sizes, from studios to three-bedroom suites, all with floor-to-ceiling windows with city and bay views. Residential-style guestrooms boast expansive balconies, and guests have access to lavish amenities, including a two-story fitness center, 19,000-square-foot sun deck, 132-foot-long pool, and expansive event lawn for outdoor celebrations.
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