4. CHILDCARE SERVICES
Parents can enjoy some “alone time” while at Walt Disney World without concern about their children, because Disney has provided several Child Activity Centers located at different Disney Resort Hotels, each with a different theme.
Cub’s Den — Wilderness Lodge—Activities include western arts and crafts to take home, video games, Disney movies, and a variety of toys and board games.
Sandcastle Club — Beach Club Resort—Activities include arcade games, computers(Sega, Nintendo), board games, Disney movies, a play kitchen and living room area, dolls and stuffed animals, arts and crafts, and much more.
Simba’s Clubhouse — Animal Kingdom Logde—Activities include all kinds of toys, arcade games, arts and crafts, Disney movies, and Sony playstations.
Lilo’s Playhouse — Club Disney—Polynesian Village—Formerly called “The Neverland Club”, this is one of the most popular childcare centers, offering a magical stay for your little ones. Activities include video games, arts and crafts, Disney movies, dress up and a play area which allows kids to fly to Neverland to help Peter Pan take on Captain Hook.
General Information About These Children Activity Centers:
- Age requirement — 3-12 years of age
- Hours of operation — 4:30pm – midnight, daily
- Rates -$15 per hour, per child, with a 2-hour minimum
- Dinner is available between 6pm-8pm, with a snack at 10pm (included in cost)
- Participating children must be potty trained
- Parents are provided with beepers for emergency contact
Kid’s Night Out — In-room childcare for ages 6-months – 12 years of age. Hours may begin as early as 6:30am or as late as 11:00pm. There is no limit to the number of hours you may utilize the services of a caregiver, who are available 24/7. The rates vary depending on the hours and number of children being cared for, ranging from $16-$23.50 per hour. There is a 4-hour minimum. These caregivers are all over the age of 18 and are certified in child/infant CPR and basic first aid. Water activities are not permitted.