New Kid's Club to Open at Hamilton Princess in Bermuda

Photo courtesy of the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club

The Hamilton Princess & Beach Club in Bermuda has announced that its new “Prince & Princess Kid’s Club” is slated to debut on June 18.

Based in the new “Kid’s Cottage,” children will partake in activities with a professional camp staff. Designed for children ages 4 to 10, the new club will feature programming built around daily themes, experiential education and Bermudian culture. 

Activities will focus on teamwork and will be adapted for various age groups. The themes include “Bermudian Party Day,” “Artiste Day,” “Here Be Pirates!” and “Castaway Day.” 


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Here are more details on each.

Bermudian Party Day

This theme allows guests to learn about Bermuda’s sailing culture, partake in a traditional dance called the Gombey and play a game of cricket.

Artiste Day

As a nod to the hotel’s art collection, this theme gives children the opportunity to go on an art tour and participate in a “creation party” inspired by their favorite works. 

Sandcastle design workshops will also be offered. During these workshops, children will learn how to build sculpted castles at Hamilton Princess’ Beach Club.

Here Be Pirates!

As part of the “Here Be Pirates!” theme, guests will have the opportunity to decorate pirate flags, participate in a property-wide treasure hunt, join a game of cannonball toss and partake in other themed challenges at the beach.

Castaway Day

The "Castaway Day" theme allows guests to collaborate in a shelter building competition, learn to signal a boat or plane for rescue and build a solar still, which purifies water without electricity.
Other themes will range from sustainability and international culture, to science and team challenges. Swimming, cooking classes and off-property excursions are also on the agenda.
Offered Monday through Saturday, a half-day session is from 9 a.m to noon or 1:30 to 5 p.m and costs $80 per child. Parents can also opt for a full-day program for $120 that combines both sessions with a break for a family lunch.


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