Wondering what to do with the children while you stay at the Holyrood? Our Go!Kids! club is the perfect solution and it’s complimentary to all guests at the hotel.

The children’s club operates during the months of July and August and also at mid-term break, Easter, Christmas and the New Year.

Second to none, the club offers a wide range of supervised activities throughout the day. All are supervised by a staff of eight highly trained childcare workers, all of whom have been Garda-vetted.

It’s designed not just as a babysitting facility, but with the enjoyment of the children in mind.

Children are collected from their rooms and given breakfast at 8.30am, which allows parents to have a lie-in. They have breakfast together from 9 to 10am.

The day is then structured around fun and interesting activities, geared specifically for different age groups. The childcare workers can update you on the itinerary each day in advance so that you can plan your schedule. 

Bouncy castles, bungee runs, games, arts and crafts, treasure hunts, supervised swimming in the Blue River Leisure Centre pool all feature on the itinerary.
Optional trips to the local cinema and bowling alley are also available.

The fun and games continue each evening with music and dancing led by dressed up bears - Pinky, Holy, Suzi and Leo, and a special sing-a-long for children.

Afterwards the kids are offered a complimentary photograph to take home as a souvenir. Between 10 and 11.30pm, children can watch a DVD and wind down with a cup of hot chocolate.

The Go!Kids! Club is
renowned as a truly magical experience for children from ages 4 on. What’s more, parents can leave their little ones with the knowledge that they’re being supervised by trained organisers who value the safety of their children.

It’s also a great way for kids to socialise and make new friends during their stay. The only problem is they may never want to leave!

Charlotte Mulhern, Manager at Go!Kids! Club
“The Go!Kids! club at the Holyrood is truly a unique and wonderful experience for children. It means they don’t get bored during their stay and it allows them time to play with other children and make new friends.

“On top of this, the parents get more time to themselves and they’re assured that their children are in safe hands.

“We have seen kids return time and time again as their families come back to the hotel. In fact, some of the children have grown up iwh tus and all speak very fondly of the club. It creates lifelong memories and guarantees fun. It is no wonder they enjoy it“