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Hop over to Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes for a cracking kids' Easter party
London, 21 February 2012 - Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes has introduced the perfect children’s parties to delight Mums, Dads and the kids, and hatched an Easter twist for spring.
Held in the boutique hotel’s Executive Lounge on weekends, the children’s parties have a variety of options to keep the kids entertained, such as face and nail painting, ball pools, soft mat areas and little cars.
A basket full of exciting added extras are available for the Easter-themed children’s parties, including an Easter themed balloon entertainer and an Easter craft workshop, complete with spoon puppets, masks, eggs and colouring competitions.
Tasty children’s and adults’ menus are also available, so while the little ones are feasting on a buffet of chicken nuggets, pizza, pasta, chips, ice cream and mini Easter eggs, priced at £12.50 per child, the adults can tuck into tapas and a glass of wine for £9 per person. Adults can also enjoy afternoon tea with hot cross buns and Easter cakes at the fashionable Baker Street location for an extra £5.50 each.
Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes is a four-star boutique hotel located on 108 Baker Street, London, W1U. The hotel is near to popular destinations such as Madame Tussauds and the Sherlock Holmes Museum, while Marylebone High Street and Oxford Street, some of the best shopping locations in the Capital, are just a few minutes’ walk.