Atlantis Kids Club Video & Photo Tour

 

The Atlantis Kids Club is awesome. Below we’ve included our Atlantis Kids Club Video & Photo Tour from our recent visit when we had an opportunity to take a behind the scenes tour of the Atlantis Kids Club and spend time with our own children and staff in the Atlantis Kids Club.

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When Mom or Dad want some alone time for an evening out at a special restaurant or an afternoon scuba diving trip or just a chance to relax on the beach for a few hours with a good book, your kids will relish a few hours at the very entertaining Atlantis Kids Club. Pricing is compares to hiring a babysitter at $15 per hour per child and you can sign up for 3 hour slots or “adventures” in the morning, afternoon, evening or whatever you desire.

Everything for children aged 3- 12. The Atlantis Kids Club has a fantastic Imagination Station for their younger guests and lots of activities geared towards tweens and those 6 + including – a computer lab, cooking kitchen, arts and craft center, video game room, and actual dance floors and game show center for the kids to play real live games together with the instructors and each other.

Atlantis Kids Club Imagination Station for kids aged 3-5

Wow! Check out our photos and videos of the Atlantis Kids Club Imagination Station for children aged 3-5. This section was possibly my most favorite area of the entire Atlantis Kids club and I think anyone from 3 and up – including us grown ups – would love this area. My 7 year old daughter thought it was thrilling as did my 5 year old son. You’ll see in our photos and video this section of the Atlantis Kids Club includes a lego building area, a life size doll house – that children can literally play in themselves, a talking tree that tells stories, and a real live “grocery” store for the kids to pretend to play store and shop.

Here’s a snippet from our video tour of the Atlantis Kids Club Imagination Station:

This is the Atlantis Kids club grocery store. Yes, it puts me in the mood to shop!

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The Atlantis Kids club doll house. Step inside and create a tea party for your own dolls at these adorable tables. So cute!

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Step inside the dollhouse! Literally! This area is seriously a little girls dream. And every child’s for that matter!

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The Lego building area. My 5 year old son could spend hours in here!

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Atlantis Kids Club Kitchen where they offer specific classes and special sessions so you can sign up for your children to attend during whatever interests them. It is a nut free facility too as I know allergens are always a big concern for so many of us parents. My own son has a gluten allergy – and they do offer gluten free pizza. Hooray!

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The Dance Floor where you can play all kinds of fun active games. Kenzie, Kyle and all the children in our tour group thought this was fabulous and we could all tell how much fun the kids were having too!

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The Arts and Crafts room is fantastic full of all kinds of creative possibilities.

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The Computer Lab

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Additional Information on Atlantis Kids Club

For more information on pricing and all the wide variety of “Adventures” offered for children, visit the Atlantis Kids Club website.

Services are for children aged 3-12 and cost about $15 per hour with special event pricing for extra special “Adventures” costing slightly more.

For instance, they have a secret “candy” room that is literally like a Willy Wonka experience for kids – this certainly would be fun to sign up for!

Yes, you pay for this service compared to certain cruises or resorts that offer free child care, but the security here is EXCELLENT and you can be confident your children are safe and secure during your time away – which as a parent, this is a huge bonus for me since when I’m traveling in a foreign country or in the Caribbean, I want to know without a doubt where my children are located, that they are safe, and that they are also having a fabulous entertaining adventure away from Mom & Dad if we are not with them.

 

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Note: Thanks to the Paradise Island Bureau of Tourism and Development for paying for our stay at the Comfort Suites and for our travel expenses. As always all thought and opinions are our own.

About Colleen Padilla

Colleen Padilla, the founder and editor of ClassyMommy.com lives in the Philly suburbs and is a full time mom for her 2 children, Mackenzie (7) and Kyle (5). Colleen and the Classy Mommy website have been featured on Fox News, Good Morning America, The New York Times, Parenting Magazine, The New York Post, local Philadelphia ABC, CBS, and NBC programs. Colleen has appeared in a TV special about Alpha Moms on South Korea’s NBC affiliate SBS. She also co-authored The Digital Mom Handbook (HarperCollins).

Comments

  1. My kids are 8 and 10 and they’d be ALL OVER that Imagination Station! I’d have to drag them out. Thanks for doing this review, we’re looking for something different to do for vacation next year – it might be time for Atlantis!

  2. We are headed to the Bahamas this Saturday and definitely plan to stop by the Atlantis! SO cool.

  3. Heather M says:

    How much fun! Love your kids’ smiling faces. I would love to go to Atlantis and this is even more reason to add it to the FAMILY list.

  4. Carrie says:

    I SO want to go here, all your information is only fanning the flames. My kids would love the Imagination Station and art room. Thanks for sharing, if (when) we go it’ll be great to show this to the kids so they know what to expect and get excited about it!

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