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malolo lailai lagoon resort (timeshare)

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malolo lailai lagoon resort (timeshare)

Does anyone know any info about the timeshare at Malolo Lailai Lagoon resort. WE have timeshare but just cant seem to find out much about the property. Is it anygood for families ? Do they have kids club ? Thanks

Coomera, Australia
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1. Re: malolo lailai lagoon resort (timeshare)

The timeshare at ML is a separate section of the Musket Cove resort. The bures are basic, but clean and reasonably comfortable. We have been there once (with our 2 kids aged 15 and 11 at the time). We are going back in December for 2 weeks with our now 14 year old daughter.

You have access to all the facilities at Musket Cove: pools bars, restaurant, activities (sailing, kayaks, snorkelling, diving, fishing, etc.). There isn't much snorkelling straight off the beach, but there are 2 snorkelling trips a day and it is magnificent (as is the diving).

There wasn't a kids club as far as I remember.

There are also one or 2 other resorts nearby (e.g. Plantation) which you can visit.

You can also go to some of the timeshare exchange company sites to see some details and also some reviews.

It is one of my favourite places.

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2. Re: malolo lailai lagoon resort (timeshare)

We have just returned from a FANTASTIC week there with our 7 and 5 year olds. It is very self contained with no kids club, but the kids had the best time. We paid $70 for the family for the week to use the kayaks and snorkeling gear and to go out on the snorkeling trips and it was well worth it. In fact we went on 9 trips in our 7 days, and the kids just LOVED it. One of the great things here is that everyone is staying for the whole week together so the kids make friends and keep them for the whole week, rather than other places where everyone comes and goes on different days. I guess that would be a problem if the kids didn't get on, but it worked very well for us. I'd suggest you take as much food as you can at the moment as the store is understocked and overpriced due to the lack of patronage, but we did pretty well and made the most of what we had. The staff were fantastic. It was great being able to cook for ourselves and not have to be at a restaurant at a certain time. We took a couple of wanders to Plantation as the kids wanted to go (we'd stayed there the previous three trips), but they enjoyed the sea more this time. Unfortunately Anandas Restaurant has also been closed for 6 months, due to lack of people. Who knows when it will open again, but it is usually a great cheap restaurant for families.

We will be going back here again that is for certain. Feel free to ask any more questions

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3. Re: malolo lailai lagoon resort (timeshare)

Oh and it is not anything to do with Tororiki Island!

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