Bradbury - Answered a Question by jennings (08 Feb 09 13:40)

Depends on age of your children. My then 11 yr old who is always keen to join in, refused to go as it looked very 'babyish'. Other parents reported that they had taken their children out of the club as they did not consider it to be very well supervised. English are in the minority. Just be forewarned, unless your children eat with you in the main dining room in the evening there are no alternative dining options. The buffett area closes very early around 5.30 ish I think and transforms into a 'chargeable bistro'. That having been said there is a childrens menu available on the main dining room sittings with the usual kids fayre of Pizza, burger, chips etc and an always available from the normal menu- Spag Bol, Thin Steak strips and Chicken breast. Water is now charged for - you cannot have a jug of foc tap water. Suggest you read some of the reviews by clicking on the big organge button for more info.

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jennings - Answered a Question by jennings (08 Feb 09 12:46)

6stars for children.

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