The Everland Q Kid’s Club Difference - Ela Quality Resort Hotel
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THE DIFFERENCES OF EVERLAND Q

Everland Q consists of privileged sections and services for the unique holiday fun of our guests between 1 and 17 years of age.

Everland Q welcomes little guests with the “Child Reception” to make them feel their privilege that starts with their first step into the hotel.

Everland Q check-in procedures are performed with specially designed registration cards, every detail about the guest is written down during registration and the badge that will be used during the stay is handed over. Families can get information about the activities of the kids club at this desk.

Little guests who proceed to their rooms after check-in find their little teddy bears in their beds, and milk and corn flakes in the minibar. This is not all! Their shampoo that does not irritate eyes, pink or blue bathrobes depending on their sex and slippers are meant to make them feel at home.

To get to the Everland Q building, our guests just follow the paw prints of the Teddy Q Bear, which is our mascot, from the children’s reception desk.

There is a camera system working in the areas of activities in the Everland Q building. Families can watch the activities in the EQ through these cameras on the channels of the TV in their rooms.

Everland Q gives service for 15 hours between 09:00-24:00. While the situation is somewhat different for the Smiling Babies Club, families can benefit from Everland Q facilities though they have to take responsibility of their babies out of the service hours.

Everland Q’s “EQ Child Restaurant” is at the service of our children with an open buffet where only healthy food is presented, for lunch and dinner as well as at the tea hour.

Everland Q serves babies and kids between 1-3 years of age in the “EQ Smiling Babies Club” specially designed for them. Our specially trained staff takes care of all the needs of our little guests.

Everland Q has a mini cinema to show films and cartoons to children in their mother tongues in different language groups.