Oahu Hotel Programs for Kids
A guide to children's activities at hotels
and condominiums in Waikiki, Honolulu, Ko Olina,
and the north shore of the island of Oahu.
Camp Hyatt Waikiki
(Hyatt Regency Waikiki)
The children's camp at the Hyatt Regency Waikiki resort
is called "Camp Hyatt Waikiki" and it is avaialable for
children age 5-12. The Day Camp Hyatt is
open from June to early September on Monday, Wednesday,
Friday, and Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm and the cost is $85 per
day including lunch and a snack. A Night Camp Hyatt is
sometimes available on Friday and Saturday evenings
from 6 pm to 10 pm and the cost is $15 per hour.
Camp feaures activities such as boogie boarding, ukulele playing,
crab hunting, lei making, hula dancing, games, Hawaiian children's
books and videos, and Hawaiian crafts.
Keiki Beachcomber Club
(Ihilani Resort at Ko Olina)
The children's program at the Ihilani Resort and Spa in West Oahu
is called the Keiki Beachcomber Club
The children's program is for kids age 5 to 12 and it includes
activities from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, with half day programs also
available. At one time the Ihilani Hotel had a program for teens
but I don't think it is available any longer.
Rainbow Express Keiki Club
(Hilton Hawaiian Village)
The children's program at the Hilton Hawaiian Village
Resort in Waikiki is called the Rainbow Express Keiki Club.
Full day and half day programs are available 7 days a week
for children age 5-12. The full day program is 8:30 a.m. to 3:900 p.m. and it costs $90
with an excursion or $85 without an excursion. The half day program
is either 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon or 12:30 to 3:00 p.m. and it
costs $65 with an excursion or $60 with0ut an excursion.
all programs include lunch. Excursions include visiting
the Waikiki Aquarium, the Honolulu Zoo, and the Bishop Museum.
Other activities include swimming in the children's pool,
feeding the fish, and Hawaii-related crafts and activities.
A NOTE FROM KATHIE:
The information below is being updated now.
ResortQuest Hotels Oahu
The children's program for all ResortQuest hotels in Waikiki
and Honolulu is called the
KeikiQuest Kids Club and it is open to children age 5 through 12.
The program was launched in June of 2006 and it takes place
at the ResortQuest
Waikiki Sunset Condominium during the summer months.
The program runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm and
the price of $45 includes lunch and a snack. Includes
both on-site and off-site activities, such as surfing lessons,
catamaran sails, and trips to the Bishop Museum,
Waikiki Aquarium, Sea Life Park, the Makapuu Point Hike, the Honolulu Zoo
catamaran sails, the Honolulu Zoo, and other attractions.
Sheraton Hotels Waikiki
The children's program for all of the Sheraton Hotels
in Waikiki is called the
Keiki Aloha Program
and it is open to children age 5 to 12. The club facilities
are located on the fourth floor of the
Sheraton Waikiki Hotel.
There are daily on-property and off-property activities.
Turtle Bay Resort
The children's program at the
Turtle Bay Resort on the
north shore of Oahu is called the
Keiki Turtle Club.
It is offered during the summer months and they have
with day programs on Tuesdays and Thursdays and
an evening program on Saturdays. $65 for a full day
and $45 for a half day.
This large Oahu childcare program manages many of
the kids' programs at Hawaii's largest resorts.
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