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Don S
SanDiego2 contributions
If it was not for this incredible Kidsquest location in Las Vegas, we (mom and dad) just wouldn't have been able to have as Great of a time as we did for the 4 nights we just did June 12-16, 2008 in Las Vegas.

Our 4yr old son loved this place! We couldn't get him out of it when it was time to come pick him up. He played and played and played and played with other kids his own age and on all kinds of free electronic and video games and with a variety of toys and activities they had.

We ordered a kid's meal and a drink for him each time we took him and instructed the activity leaders there (all of whom are girls in their 20's and 30's who are like pre-school teachers, some probably are during the school year) to give the food to him when he was hungry.

At first we were nervous about leaving our only child with strangers fearing anything could happen while we were off gaming or dining or dancing the night away. So the first evening we arrived, we took him in for a couple of hours between 9pm-12midnight and tried it and when we returned to pick him up, we could barely pry him away from the place and the staff. He loved it so much!

And the price was certainly right! $7.40 an hour for a 4yr old (the rate for Babies to 2 1/2 yrs old is only $6.40 an hour!)

We had priced the babysitting service that all of the luxury hotel concierges recommend called Nannies & Housekeepers USA and they wanted $45 an hour with a 4 hour minimum every time you needed service for them to send a girl to sit in your hotel room with your child and babysit them and play with them. That's $180 per 4 hour session.

KIDSQUEST is triple locked and you must sign your kid in and out and they stick a bar coded label onto the back of their shirt or top and you get the other one to take with you, so there are NO mistakes later as to who's kid is who's and who has the right to pick them up, etc. and 4 hours is less than $30 certainly a cheap rate considering how much money minimum bets are on the tables in the casino and the cost of dining and drinks in Vegas for visitors nowadays.

Over the four days and nights, we met the entire staff at The Palms Hotel KIDSQUEST (it's located at the east end of the hotel complex in the Food Court area next to their movie theaters and big parking garage) and they were all very nice, very enthuastic, very compassionate and very helpful. Maximum stay is 5 1/2 hours at this location (which can be broken up into two parts or sessions if you want to) as they are a special "Accommodation type Child Care center" with full licensing and health dept certifications, etc etc. One thing to remember is you need to take your child's immunization records with you and provide them when you check your child in the first time and you will need photo i.d.'s for both you and your child or children.

There are about 6 more KIDSQUEST locations around the Greater Las Vegas valley area located at the Station casinos in outlying suburban areas. The location at The Palms hotel/casino was the closest to the Strip hotels and was very easy for us.

One tip about getting there from the Strip ...as Flamingo Road is always so jammed with cars and taxis with Caesars Palace on one corner and Bellagio and Bally's on the other two corners of the main intersection there, we found that taking Spring Mountain Road to the east off of Las Vegas Blvd (the road that divided Treasure Island from Fashion Show Mall and the Wynn hotel.casino) and crossing over the top of the 15 freeway and going down another 4-5 blocks to either Valley View or Wynn Road and then turning left and going south directly to The Palms hotel/casino was the easiest and fastest way for us to come from and go to KIDSQUEST from the Strip.

KIDSQUEST was clean, well-run and a fantastic savior for our family and really made our vacation Great for us! Mommy and Daddy needed some "grown up time" on the vacation too and our son had a better time being at KIDSQUEST playing with all of the other kids his age than anything else we could've done for him.

During the summer, they are open until 12midnight on week nights and to 1am on Friday and Saturday nights. Would've been nicer if they were open until 2am or 3am so we could've hit some of the nightclubs and discos til later (as most of the good ones don't even open up until 10pm and go all night til the sun comes up) but KIDSQUEST is still a Godsend for parents that want some romantic time to themselves ...anyway!

THANK YOU KIDSQUEST PALMS HOTEL LAS VEGAS!!!

We used Kidsquest dotcom for all of the basic info and then called and asked more questions before arriving in Vegas.
Written June 18, 2008
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221shellyp
Los Angeles, CA5 contributions
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If you need some "grown up" or alone time in Las Vegas, you should definitely check out this place. The rates are reasonable and my kids beg to go there when we visit Vegas. It gives us parents an opportunity to enjoy dinner, gambling, shows, or the spa while the kids enjoy their playtime. It works out great for everyone! I recommend Kids Quest to everyone I know who plans a trip to Vegas. It is no longer at the Palms but it is at the Red Rock Casino in Summerlin.
Written February 18, 2015
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JIMBO
Billings, MT1 contribution
My wife & I dropped our then, 9 yr old daughter & 6 yr old son here. They absolutely loved it! Had a heck of a time getting them to leave. They went crazy with all the candy & snacks there. We didn't know we could set a limit as to how much they consumed. Had quite a tab to pay when we picked them up, but it was their vacation too, right? We're going back in a couple of weeks and the kids have already put in a request to play here again. It'll be a sacrafice to be away from them for a few hours and do some adult things, but I think I'm up for it. Do yourself a favor and drop the kids off here for a few hours. It may be the most fun both you and they have the whole trip...
Written May 3, 2010
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woody495
Eugene86 contributions
They have closed the kids quest at the palms. They still have them at several of the station casinos and they are great.
Written July 30, 2012
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AlGal
Finksburg, MD56 contributions
The rates are reasonable (less than 8 an hour), Our two year old loved it and we were able to have some grown up time at the spa and casino. They allow five and half hours of "play time".

I believe their policy is that you must stay on premises while your child is in their care.
Written October 21, 2008
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