Hawaii Resort Kids Clubs – A Vacation Within A Vacation

What do you do with the keikis (kids) when mom wants a massage while dad wants to golf? Let the kids spend a day in a fun and educational kids program. Many Hawaii resorts have kids clubs that are available for their guests. These programs are set up for kids generally aged five to 12 years old. Most programs include lunches.

Here are some examples of kids programs that you can find across Hawaii:

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Oahu

Waikiki’s Aston KeikiQuest Kids Club – This program is open only during summer months and is very well priced at $50 for a full day of activities including museum and aquarium visits, fun cultural programs, catamaran sailings and more. This kids’ program is open for ResortQuest guests at any of the eight ResortQuest Waikiki hotels and condominium resorts.

Waikiki’s Hilton Hawaiian Village Children’s Program – Since this resort was recently named a top family beach resort by Parents Magazine, they’re bound to have a good kids club. Kids enjoy either full or half-day programs including activities like fish feeding, supervised swimming and visits to the zoo, aquarium, and museums and more. Price start at $60 per child and vary based on full or half-days and excursions.

Big Island

Hilton Waikoloa Village Kids’ Camps – This resort offers day and night camps for kids. So, if mom and dad want a to have a romantic dinner on Friday and Saturday, the night camp that runs from 5:30pm to 9:30pm would work out perfectly. The charge for day camp starts at $60 per child and the night camp starts at $60. When there’s availability, they open these camps for families staying outside the resort, though a higher fee applies.

Maui

Westin Kids Club is open to the public, though guests of the Kaanapali Westin and Sheraton get a price break. They also have an evening program operated every night from 6:00pm to 10:00pm. Prices start at $45 for a half day.

Kauai

Kalapaki Beach Club at the Kauai Marriott is open to both guests of the Kauai Marriott as well as those staying outside the resort. They offer very flexible child care programs including an option for hourly care. They offer half-day, full-day, and evening options starting at $35.

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This list is by no means an exhaustive list of all the kids programs in Hawaii. This list is meant to give you a sampling of what’s available and how much to expect to pay. Have you used any of the Hawaii kids clubs? If so, please share how you and your kids like it in the comments.

4 comments
  1. Nice timing on this Sheila πŸ˜‰ My wife and I were just talking about how to get back to Hawaii with kids. Is there any other place than Waikiki that has kids programs like this on Oahu? I like to stay away from “The Big City” as much as possible when I’m there.

  2. Hi Josh – Yeah – all 3 of the resorts outside of Waikiki have children’s programs. The three resorts are -the Kahala, Ko’Olina Marriott, and Turtle Bay Resort. I’m glad this post answered that burning question for you. πŸ™‚

  3. You know, Sheila, when my husbands two kids were little, they loved to go swimming at the Hilton Hawaiian’s lagoon! They loved it back there. I used to love watching the pretty fish around the boats when I was little.

    But, I understand Josh’s feeling. My knee-jerk reaction is, if the kids have asthma, head for Ko’Olina. The air is dryer out there. In addition, your drive to get back to the big city is much easier! Kapolei now has that area covered as far as shopping and such! Have fun, Josh and family, I’m right here and that sounds like a great vacation to me! Actually, I had a co-worker who would do just that — go out and spend the weekend at Ko’Olina! πŸ™‚

  4. Hi Evelyn – Either a vacation to the Hilton Hawaiian or out to the Ko’Olina Marriott sounds good to me. I won’t be picky. πŸ™‚

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