Can You use Kids Club if not a guest?

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  1. harbin

    harbin Mouseketeer

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    Sorry if this has been asked before... but can you use kids club at Poly, BC, WL etc if you are not a guest of that resort? Will be an onsite guest, but at AOA.. just wondering if this is a service I can use or not. Thanks!
     
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  3. TheRustyScupper

    TheRustyScupper You can observe a lot by watching.

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  4. bethclayton

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    yes. have done so.
     
  5. StuckInKS

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    Does anyone have any info on how much the kids clubs cost? We probably won't need them since grandma is coming along and we never explore Disney alone anyway, but they look like something my kids might like.
     
  6. Siriusblack

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    If I recall from previous trips, the kids clubs are 12ish $ an hour, and that includes their meal. My son loves going, he is a video game fanatic and they have lots, plus the cm's are super nice. He has done the Sandcastle Club at BC,
    Cubs Den at AK, and Neverland at the Poly. They all were a bit unique and he gave them all high marks. He has no interest in fine dining, and my husband and I like to have a few date nights alone as we never do at home!
     
  7. PhineasPhans

    PhineasPhans Earning My Ears

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    Does anyone have any experience with their little one getting sleepy while at one of the Kids Activity Centers? Is there somewhere they can lie down, or do they contact the parents to come pick them up so they can take them back to their rooms to sleep?

    Not sure if there might be unexpected 'crashes' after all the activity of a day at the parks!
     
  8. dmccarty

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    They just let the kids curl up in front of the TV and sleep. My kids never went to sleep because they were having so much fun. More than one time, we went to pick up the kids and they told us to go way since they were not ready to leave yet. :scared1: :rotfl2:

    Unfortunately, our kids have aged out of the kids clubs. They really loved going to Simbas.

    Later,
    Dan
     
  9. HM

    HM My tag from the Tag Fairy is now too long to use.

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    When we picked our kids up at Neverland at the Poly, my DD was asleep on the platform in front of the TV. DS was playing a video game.

    We were staying at GF that trip.
     
  10. lily28

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    Is the kid club available in the morning, or just at night? Thanks
     
  11. fabulousfive

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    Just at night.
     

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