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The kids' club (for ages 4-12) holds activities throughout the day, including painting, games, and song sessions. The small but cheerful building has a playground area, and inside are two TVs set up for video games. And each evening, the theater becomes a mini-disco starting at 8 p.m. An enthusiastic staffer dressed as a clown dances and sings with some of the smaller vacationers. They even did the Caribbean classic, "Hands Up", by the West Indies group, Ottawan D.I.S.C.O. Kids love it.

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Just For Kids: Best Kids Clubs in the Dominican Republic (9 of 9)

 The kids' club (for ages 4-12) holds activities throughout the day, including painting, games, and song sessions. The small but cheerful building has a playground area, and inside are two TVs set up for video games. And each evening, the theater becomes a mini-disco starting at 8 p.m. An enthusiastic staffer dressed as a clown dances and sings with some of the smaller vacationers. They even did the Caribbean classic, "Hands Up", by the West Indies group, Ottawan D.I.S.C.O. Kids love it.
The Dominican Republic is one of the Caribbean's top destinations, but not always the right vacation spot for kids. Luckily, plenty of hotels and resorts in the area boast great kids-only features, including clubs, theaters, and pools, just for kids! Take a look at a few of the best in the DR!
This resort is well suited for families, but there's no overwhelming cartoon décor or completely family-oriented entertainment. A large Kids Club offers staff-led activities for children as well as its own play area, Additionally, the beach has several kid-friendly activities, and the hotel offers a teen club (available for teens 13 to 17) in the Strike bowling alley, where older children can play video games, watch movies and receive non-alcoholic drinks and snacks from the bar. With a huge pool and a big beach, families still find plenty to do at the Majestic Elegance. The Majestic also has an excellent Kids Club available for guests, featuring a mini-castle and waterslide, it's a hit with kids. There's also a game area with billiards, Ping-Pong, and foosball that's geared towards teens. Toddlers three and under can use the resort's "Babyland" facilities with a parent; there are also nanny services available for an hourly fee. The on-site kids' club is large for a boutique hotel and features games, toys (such as remote-controlled boats that can be taken out on the man-made lagoon), a mini-spa, a teen area with Wii, a small outdoor playground, and even two resident birds. There is a small, fairly precious playroom filled with books and games and a jungle gym out back. The chefs in the restaurants are also happy to prepare custom, kid-friendly meals, making Zoetry a nice option for family getaways. There is a small, fairly precious playroom filled with books and games and a jungle gym out back. The chefs in the restaurants are also happy to prepare custom, kid-friendly meals, making Zoetry a nice option for family getaways. Casa de Campo has plenty to keep families entertained, including a beautiful beach and activities such as horseback riding and tennis. The kids' club is split into three categories by age: Toddlers 'n Casa for ages one to three, Kidz 'n Casa for ages four to seven, and Casa 'Tweens for ages eight to 12. All include games and activities, and are available for half or full days. While the Catalonia Gran Dominicus lacks the extra frills available at larger resorts, families here seem perfectly satisfied with the standard kids' club and the shallow kiddie extension tacked onto the adult pool. The lunchtime pizza parlor helps too. There is a small, fairly precious playroom filled with books and games and a jungle gym out back. The chefs in the restaurants are also happy to prepare custom, kid-friendly meals, making Zoetry a nice option for family getaways. The kids' club (for ages 4-12) holds activities throughout the day, including painting, games, and song sessions. The small but cheerful building has a playground area, and inside are two TVs set up for video games. And each evening, the theater becomes a mini-disco starting at 8 p.m. An enthusiastic staffer dressed as a clown dances and sings with some of the smaller vacationers. They even did the Caribbean classic, "Hands Up", by the West Indies group, Ottawan D.I.S.C.O. Kids love it.
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