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Old 02-06-2009, 17:23
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I'm travelling to CSV with my parents and 4 yr old boy. We are staying in a villa and I am now starting to feel a bit anxious about not booking a hotel with a kids club!! We have a communal pool so hoping to meet other kids there, I'm more concerned about the early evening, he would love to see other kids & maybe join in a kids disco once or twice. Does anyone know of any hotels in Cala San Vincente that have kids disco's we might be able to join in. Would be willing to eat & drink there etc????? We stayed in hotel last year and joined in other hotels activities and know that people not staying in our hotel joined in our disco's?
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We stayed in the Can Botana villas in CSV for many years with our boys who are now teenagers. They still talk of their wonderful holidays there. The Simar hotel had a kids disco but it was still closed when we visited CSV last month. The Dom Pedro has kids activities but it is all inclusive so you probably can't go in. There are some apartments up past the Irish bar that always seems to have plenty of children there so might be worth a look. The mini golf with provide entertainment for an hour or so. Shared pools are sometimes great and sometimes you will wish the other families would go home! Lots of English kids to join up with on the beaches though from all the villas about the area.
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Old 02-06-2009, 21:27
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Don't think the all inclusive makes a difference to joining in the entertainment, most all inclusives only cover local drinks and still sell imported stuff etc in the bars. i shouldn't worry all the establishments in CSV need all the money they can get!
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