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First time visit

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First time visit

Post by Maya4 » Thu Nov 02, 2017 11:28 am

I am going to the Jamaica resort for the first time in mid December with a 7 year old and a almost 4 year old. I have a few questions!

1. what would be the best area of the resort to stay for a room that is quiet but also a reasonably close walk to the beach, pools and restaurants?
2. I noticed the kids club says it starts at age 4 - my daughter will be two weeks away from turning 4. Will they still let her in the kids club?
3. How have other parents found the quality of care at the kids club?
4. Do they have sand toys available to borrow at the resort? (buckets, shovels etc?)
5. Are you able to request a cot in your room? If you are staying in a junior suite and there are two beds, are they double size or queen?
5. Any other tips?

Thanks so much!

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Re: First time visit

Post by MindyH8 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 12:03 pm

Building 11 on the Jamaica side is closest to the kiddie pool.

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Re: First time visit

Post by shawn321 » Fri Nov 17, 2017 8:58 pm

For the youngsters question, between Raggs and the POP team your little guys will
be emersed in enjoyment! As stated very attentive, and so much for them to do. Every time we passed
the group of kids with the pop team they were all having a ball, and very well supervised.

Have a great time kids!


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