Virtually every all inclusive resort offers some sort of kids' club.
Many are the "friendly little club" type: a cute spot with one or two rooms, toys and tv and maybe video games; often ages 4 to 12 are grouped together; and care is provided by warm and friendly staff. Lots of kids have a great time at these kids' clubs.
If you're interested in a particular resort and find that is has a "kids club for ages 4 to 12", read visitors' comments to check on quality.
At the other end of the spectrum are the "multiple-program" types, with different places and programs for different ages. (Read more about kids' clubs at all inclusive resorts.)
- Club Med's kids programs are like kids' camps. Club Med Punta Cana has a club for 2-year-olds, 3 year-olds, 4-5's, 6-7's, etc., and myriad activities: circus school with trapeze instruction, inline skating, Hip Hop dance, archery... At the multi-room kids' club, I think I saw one tv screen.
- Beaches resorts also offer multiple kids' programs for different ages. See more about Beaches Resorts.
- Coconut Bay St. Lucia - this value-priced resort has splurged not only on its lazy river and waterslides but also on a giant kids club, with waterplay zone, nap area, many activities, and minimal tv screens*
- Atlantis Bahamas-- with 93-acres of "waterscape" and waterpark-- pays a lot of attention to its kids club. This resort is not an all-inclusive, though.
- continue to We have a baby or toddler