Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts offers family travelers an exciting opportunity this fall. The brand’s Nick Jr. Friends event returns Sept. 6–Oct. 22 at Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Punta Cana and Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya.
The returning event features interactive games; arts and crafts activities; dance parties; character meet-and-greets; and other events with characters from Blue’s Clues, PAW Patrol, Santiago of the Seas, Dora the Explorer, Butterbean’s Café and more. Guests may book a stay in character-themed accommodations including the SpongeBob-inspired Pineapple Villa and the Lair Suite, modeled after the Ninja Turtles’ underground lair.
“Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts is proud to offer the most unique character experiences in the Caribbean and we’re beyond excited to introduce the Magenta & Blue Dance Party and Santiago of the Seas Treasure Hunt Party to this year’s Nick Jr. Friends event,” said Frank Maduro, president, Premier Worldwide Marketing (the sales and marketing representative for Karisma Hotels & Resorts). “This seasonal event invites our littlest guests to bring their imagination to life with endless opportunities to interact with their favorite Nick Jr. characters.”
Family travelers visiting during the event may also take advantage of exclusive deals on packages and programming at both resorts.
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