Polynesian Child Care Services

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  1. photomama

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    trying to find out more infor on this??

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  2. GraceLuvsWDW

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    My daughter stayed at the Neverland Club-she loved it. It's $11.00 per hour and they have tons of games, crafts, dress up, and free video games. They usually show a movie each night while the kids eat their meals-they get to order what they want from the kids menu. The kids have to be potty trained. It's a great time for the kids and some time off for the adults. I highly recommend it!
     
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  4. photomama

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    Thanks - Is it necessary to reserve in advance?
     
  5. GraceLuvsWDW

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    I called and inquired at about 4pm and they had space available and said to bring her on over. So I didn't need reservations but in a busier season you might. The only requirement is that you are staying on property. And I think they give priority to those staying at the Poly. I may be wrong about that.
     
  6. vicki_c

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    I don't think you need to be staying on property, but since I never stay off-site I can't confirm that personally.

    Reservations are always a good idea for WDW child care and the Neverland Club is the most popular location, I think, so I would make them.

    There is a cancellation penalty though - I think it's that you have to pay for 1 hour if you cancel less than 48 hours out - I can't remember for sure (we cancelled one night on our trip last year and I know it cost me something!).
     
  7. leighe

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    I thought I read somewhere that the kids have to be 4 years old. Is that true? If not, I think my 3 year old daughter would LOVE the Neverland Club.
     
  8. jakenjess

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    Yes, I believe they must be 4 years old and potty trained.

    My kids loved the Neverland Club! They're disappointed now that my oldest is too old to go back!
     
  9. longhornlaura

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    What is the age range? How old is too old?
     
  10. vicki_c

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    It's ages 4-12, and must be potty trained.
     

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