Children’s Activities

What can children do while Quotarians are attending convention? You may just want to bring the whole family on this trip of a lifetime. The Sheraton Waikiki, the post-convention island cruise, and many of our other optional tours are very kid-friendly. See how!

Kid Fun at the Sheraton Waikiki

The Sheraton Waikiki Hotel’s Helumoa Playground was made expressly for kids and features two fresh water swimming pools, a 15-foot high by 70-foot long water slide, an interactive fountain area, fun and creative food and beverages, chaise water sunning benches, and a pool hut where guests may borrow towels and purchase pool goods including sun products, inflatable floatation devices, and toys.

The Sheraton Waikiki also offers childcare. Poppins Keiki Hawaii, located in a newly renovated, oceanfront suite at the Sheraton Waikiki, is the perfect gathering place for kids. The caring staff offers fun-filled activities for children from 3 months to 12 years of age. Hours of operation are 8am-6pm with extended hours of 7am-8am and 6pm-10pm available. Prices range from $20-$46 an hour depending on the child’s age and time of day. There are also special half-day and full-day kids programs available for $65 or $140. Check out their Web site for more information and to make a reservation, Phone number (808) 931-8086. email:

Kid Fun on the Ultimate Hawaiian Paradise Cruise

You’ll be impressed with the complimentary family and kid programs on the 7-night Ultimate Hawaiian Paradise Cruise, including a kids crew program and a teen center. Also, Norwegian Cruise Lines offers group sitting for ages 2-12 for a nominal fee with the Kid’s Crew counselors ($6.00 per child/per hour, $4.00 per sibling/per hour) from 10 pm – 1 am each night and on in port days from 9 am – 5 pm. Private babysitting is not available. Go to the Freestyle Family Fun section of Norwegian Cruise lines Web site for more information.

Kid Fun on Quota’s Optional Tours

What kid wouldn’t like an amazing undersea adventure on the Atlantis submarine, a traditional Hawaiian Luau, or an island road trip where stops include a natural saltwater geyser? Our Convention 2012 tours are open to children as well as adults.

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