We had a wonderful stay with 2 multi-generational family groups, including kids 6 & 10. The "casitas" were very comfortable, w/bottled water, flashlights, mosquito netting ample room. One drawback: inadequate reading light. The meals are at set times, with activities planned each day (there are choices). Two swimming pools, 1 adult only (one was closed due to earthquake damage.) There were no other children during our stay but mostly international guests. The staff was wonderful with the kids, patient & kind. Boots, snorkeling equipment was provided, as well as backpacks, but they were small. Bring your own backpack. Everything was well coordinated, & the trip to Cano Island was fabulous. We swam w/turtles, saw rays, beautiful fish, dolphins & whales.
If you don't like early evenings & the outdoors, this is probably not the place for you.More