A few lucky kids are about to get the chance to break into the hospitality business early as Legoland Windsor's new hotel is planning to use pint-sized concierges when it opens this year.
Legoland Windsor, located outside London, is one of six Legoland parks. Its new hotel, set to open in March, will offer eight-to 10-year-old concierges to help young guests decide how to best experience the park, according to New York Daily News.
According to Legoland Windsor's website, the position "requires a passion for LEGO, a fondness for theme parks and a curious and enquiring mind." A team of six boys and six girls will act as concierge on a rotating basis. Interested youngsters can apply for a spot on the website.
Winners will be announced in February, and training will be held during an academic break period. In addition to the concierge position, those selected will also receive a free weekend at the resort for them and their families with a stay in a LEGO-themed room and two days at the park.