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Kid's Nite Out Babysitting Service

Universal Orlando: Thinking of using Kid's Nite Out on our next Orlando trip.

From Crystal A
Posted September 15, 2010 at 11:12 AM
Has anyone ever used the Kid's Nite Out Childcare Service that is mentioned on the Disney and Universal Orlando websites? I am thinking of using them on our next trip for our 9 and 2 year old. I've looked at reviews on other websites and found only positive comments except that it is expensive. I wanted to see if anyone here has anything to offer about it.


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From Anthony Murphy
Posted September 15, 2010 at 9:07 PM
If you are staying at a Disney Resort, I do know they offer it in a couple of resorts (Polynesian is the most popular). I hear its fantastic.

I must say I have never heard of Kids Night Out, but it sounds pretty cool.

From Hermione Potter
Posted September 16, 2010 at 6:19 AM
My parents actually used if for my siblings and I in the early 90s. All I remember is that we stayed in the room the whole time and watched disney movies and the sitter brought a toy for my little brother who was like 2 at the time.
I know I was upset because I loved peter pan and wanted to go to the neverland club at the polynesian (i thought it was actually neverland lol).
So clearly I wasn't scarred for life or anything, although my mother remembers it being insanely expensive - I can only imagine how much it costs now!

From Jorge Arnoldson
Posted September 21, 2010 at 5:12 PM
It's a wonderful service, although the sitters only have stuff for kids Pre-K through age 12.

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