What are you planning for Easter?

What are you planning for Easter?

With half term over and the weekday routine has begun again, our minds start to wander off, dreaming of Easter Escapes and what tantalising locations could satisfy our get-away appetites!

The staycation is at its most fashionable this year. More families are choosing the UK for our wonderful hotels than ever before! As the Hotel Nanny, we have the inside track for great getaway ideas...

Times Travel: Hire an Air Nanny

Times Travel: Hire an Air Nanny

If you want to send little Jimmy on a flight but need Mary Poppins to look after him, take a look at the new Air Nanny service. An offshoot of the Hotel Nanny, which also does what it says on the tin, Air Nanny promises to look after your sprogs

Hotelier & Hospitality Design: The Air Nanny Launches

Hotelier & Hospitality Design: The Air Nanny Launches

Mary Poppins has come a long way. As more and more modern families live global and far-reaching lives, there is a definitive need for nannies and child caregivers who are able to soar through the skyline on more than a rather well-used brolly. The newly launched The Air Nanny service is designed to meet the needs of the modern family. A professional chaperone service allowing flexibility to families across the globe, The Air Nanny revolutionises air travel for the youngest of air passengers. Created by Founder and Managing Director Angela Enel, The Air Nanny was formed after Angela spotted a gap in the market for a professional chaperone service for children needing to travel on their own.

Incentive Travel: The Air Nanny launches

Incentive Travel: The Air Nanny launches

Mary Poppins has come a long way.  As more and more modern families live global and far-reaching lives, there is a definitive need for nannies and child caregivers who are able to soar through the skyline on more than a rather well-used brolly. The newly launched The Air Nanny service is designed to meet the needs of the modern family. A professional chaperone service allowing flexibility to families across the globe, The Air Nanny revolutionises air travel for the youngest of air passengers. Created by Founder and Managing Director Angela Enel, The Air Nanny was formed after Angela spotted a gap in the market for a professional chaperone service for children needing to travel on their own.

Luxury Black Book: The Air Nanny Launches

Luxury Black Book: The Air Nanny Launches

Mary Poppins has come a long way. As more and more modern families live global and far-reaching lives, there is a definitive need for nannies and child caregivers who are able to soar through the skyline on more than a rather well-used umbrella.

Luxury Launches: A smart solution for time-pressed parents

Luxury Launches: A smart solution for time-pressed parents

The Air Nanny, sister company to the very popular Hotel Nanny, is a recently launched professional chaperone service that focuses on assisted air travel for children. The brainchild of Founder and Managing Director Angela Enel, The Air Nanny was formed after Enel identified the lack of professional chaperone services for kids who need to travel solo. The company was therefore formed to offer personalized services to protect and care for a child/children to get them safely to and/or from their home destination to another place.

A bronze medal for The Hotel Nanny!

A bronze medal for The Hotel Nanny!

We're delighted to announce that our new website has been awarded a bronze medal in the Mumpreneur UK Website Awards! These awards seek to recognise mumpreneurs from across the UK who have realised the importance of getting their businesses online, and are doing it well. You can find out more here. This is a real testament to all the hard work, creativity and dedication put in by the team. Our main aim was to create a website that was visually appealing, easy to navigate and clearly reflected the high standard of service that we provide to our clients. Well done all!

Time for a treat – you deserve it

Time for a treat – you deserve it

We are a family of five, our three children and us. We are exceptionally busy with work, household and keeping all the balls in the air with the children, school, play dates and so on that we have lost sight of how important it is to put some time aside for just us. I have seen your service and I am tempted, although my husband would be happy just to get room service and a movie when the kids go to bed. What do you think?

To leave a child alone in a hotel room?

To leave a child alone in a hotel room?

I think, for me and again being hyper-vigilant — if the parents have made you aware of the decision to leave their children it clearly then makes you uneasy and without realising displaces some of that duty of care on your shoulders, knowing the children are alone and unsupervised. Of course I would never encourage this scenario and children always need a professional carer or parent/family member with them. However, I think it is important that the hotel sets out what the house rules are for such matters so everyone is clear about the safety aspects involved.