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Hotels with kids club for under 3yo

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Kione Fri 10-Jun-11 10:33:59

In a warm location anywhere in Europe?

I really don't mind where to go, as long as it is warm, coast and for families as DD is 2yo.

I've been looking on the net but only can find Kids Clubs for 3-11 years grin(

Kione Fri 10-Jun-11 10:34:15

The smiley was meant to be sad

wubblybubbly Fri 10-Jun-11 16:27:28

Kione, Thomsons do have some hotels with facilities for the under 3's, it might be worth checking them out?

givemeaclue Fri 10-Jun-11 20:21:38

neilsons - fantastic activities for kids (who are active, like swimming, boats etc - mostly all outside activities)

how on earth do you do that thing where you just write 'here' and it takes you to the link?

Fimbo Fri 10-Jun-11 20:24:35

Just put [[ ]] round the link

sailorsgal Fri 10-Jun-11 21:28:07

We want to go here

sailorsgal Fri 10-Jun-11 21:30:36

I was told this place was very nice too.

Kione Sun 12-Jun-11 18:16:11

I did check Thomsons but the places I can afford are for over 3's. Will check the ones above right now.


Gastonladybird Sun 12-Jun-11 18:19:10

Clubmed have them

Portofino Mon 13-Jun-11 09:51:24

Pierre et Vacances have creches at some of their resorts.

Portofino Mon 13-Jun-11 09:56:15

Cap Esterel has a hotel as well as apartments and takes babies from 3 months old for example.

annh Mon 13-Jun-11 10:10:24

Kione, if you can't afford Thomsons prices for under-2s it is unlikely that you will be able to afford Neilson or Club Med either. Kids clubs for under 2s are more expensive because the staffing ratios have to be higher and in some places (or maybe all) they use trained nannies rather than resort staff. We have just come back from a Neilson holiday and normally all the centre staff take turns at runnings the kids clubs. However, when they have under 2s they use nannies which costs more.

Kione Thu 23-Jun-11 19:53:25

annh thanks, I have realised that now. Looks like it will be another visit home this year and we'll go on a nice holiday to Italy smile

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