Kauai Marriott Resort on Kalapaki Beach in Hawaii opens Kids Club summer program

Beginning June 23, Kauai Marriott Resort will offer the Kalapaki Kids Club summer program for youngsters ages 5 to 12 years old.

“We designed Kalapaki Kids Club to be flexible and interactive, showcasing the uniqueness of Kauai with fun island experiences all here at our resort,” said Brad Snyder, area general manager. “The kids can participate in a range of activities in a safe, learning environment.”

The day-long program includes lunch, snacks and a t-shirt. The cost per day is $70 per child for hotel guests and $80 per child for non-hotel guests.

The keiki (children) will enjoy hands-on Hawaiian cultural activities from Saturday to Wednesday, including:

“Silly” Saturday – Get ready, get set, get wet! A balloon toss is always fun with a friend or two. Let’s not forget about our obstacle race right on the beach. You will also get to decorate your own visor to wear under the warm Hawaiian sun.

Aloha Sunday – Learn to hula and show off to your friends back home. Hear a bit about our volcanoes here in Hawaii and how our islands were made long ago. Hawaiian story telling is also planned especially for you.

Hawaiiana Monday – We’re going on a scavenger hunt! You will get to see some of the special animals and plants that have made our Gardens of Kalapaki their home. Get a cool Hawaiian petroglyph picture painted on your arm or leg and string fresh flower lei for you to give or wear.

Keiki Tuesday – Fun in the sun with sand sculpting. You will also find out what your name is in Hawaiian and decorate a luggage tag for your journey back home. You’ll also learn about the marine life found right here in the Pacific Ocean.

Makahiki Wednesday – Go “coconuts”, with coconut bowling. You’ll also learn a thing or two about some of the games (old and new) that the children of Hawaii have fun playing every day.

At Kauai Marriott Resort on Kalapaki Beach, families of all ages can enjoy the results of a recently completed $50 million makeover that transformed all areas of the resort. Along with the refreshed guestrooms, the beachfront resort has a new children’s swimming pool with a slide and water features, which complements the 26,000-square-foot signature swimming pool. Youngsters, including teens can also spend time in the new recreation room.

Kauai Marriott Resort is home to a vibrant collection of more than 1,500 red, orange, yellow, and white koi fish, teeming in anticipation and waiting to be hand-fed each morning by resort guests in the Gardens of Kalapaki. From their serene and elegant nature, to the frisky, unforgettable splashing and churning of the pond during feeding time, koi fish feeding is offered daily.

Kalapaki Kids Club reservations are required. Parents and guardians must accompany their children to and from Kalapaki Kids Club.

For more information and details on the most current price and programs that are subject to change without notice, please visit wwww.kauaimarriott.com or call (808) 246-5166.

Located on the serene, family-friendly Kalapaki Beach, the centrally located, 800-acre oceanfront Kauai Marriott Resort on Kalapaki Beach makes it easy for guests to experience the pure splendor of Kauai, world renowned for its natural beauty, isolated beaches, carefree ambience and exhilarating activities. Fresh off a $50 million renovation, Kauai Marriott Resort guests will relax in completely new guest rooms and suites while enjoying the island’s most impressive swimming pool with five saunas. Experience a mixture of creative island-inspired cuisine masterfully prepared at the oceanfront Kukui’s Restaurant featuring the new Toro-Tei sushi bar. Golfers can tee up at this premier Kauai Lagoons golf club, a Jack Nicklaus Signature course offering breathtaking ocean views. To start your island discovery at the new Kauai Marriott Resort, please call (800) 220-2925 or (808) 245-5050 or visit http://www.kauaimarriott.com.

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