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Legoland Hotel Seeks Kid Concierge To Advise Junior Guests

Six boys and girls aged 8-12 will give visitors a "kids-eye" perspective of the resort and help guide younger guests.

Emma Hutchings
Emma Hutchings on January 9, 2012.

When the new Legoland Windsor Resort Hotel opens in the UK in March, it will offer a fun, customized experience for the kids who stay there, by offering young concierges to help them plan their stay. This “dream holiday job” is available to all 8-12 year olds through a Junior Concierge Competition currently being held by Legoland.

The position requires “a passion for Lego, a fondness for theme parks and a curious and inquiring mind.” The resort is looking for a team of six boys and girls who will take up the post on a rotating basis.

Each junior concierge will be rewarded with a free weekend at the resort with their family including a stay in a Lego-themed room, two days on park and lots of Lego to play with. Interested youngsters can apply online and the winners will be announced in early February. A week of training is scheduled to take place at half-term, which will enable the concierges to share their knowledge with young guests and advise them from a unique “kids-eye” perspective.

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