A new interactive experience for kids has been unveiled at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes resort. The new experience is the first of its kind at a Ritz property, and is also available to guests of the JW Marriott Hotel at the 500-acre Grande Lakes estate.
Part of Ritz-Carlton’s Ritz Kids, the new Jean-Michel Cousteau program is found at the resort’s refreshed kids space. The experience helps kids become immersed in Florida’s history, including its landscape and wildlife, through Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society, connecting kids to water, land, culture and environmental responsibility. The Ritz Kids space resembles a Floridian Frontier Farmhouse with a swamp, “Green Thumbs” garden, and more backdrops to get kids into the heart of Florida’s environment.
Kids staying at the Ritz-Carlton or JW Marriott may also enjoy Grande Lakes Orlando’s catch-and-release fishing, guided water excursions and bird watching.
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