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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Oh really? I stupidly assumed the ice skating would be free!
    Nah you do have to pay for it.

    You do get a daily kids club session included in your room price though.

    Undercover secure parking is $10 a day. If you want to park in the open air car park then that is free.

    I don't find the rooms too small. I always book Paradise Resort when it's on sale so I think it's very good value.

    I think you'll find Turtle Beach won't allow visitors guests to use their facilities either. Makes sense to me. I pay to stay at the resort, so why should other visitors guests get to use it for free?

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    I was thinking Paradise Resort until you mentioned the extra $'s. Now I like the sound of Turtle Beach, we won't be having guests so we don't have to worry about that. Seems like a more age appropriate choice. Ds is too young for ice skating and the like too.
    Thanks for all the tips, I'll check out the listed options now.

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    Check out Ashmore Palms Resort as well. Very kid friendly.

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    We stayed at The Breakfree at Broadbeach. A bit further away but great for kids with a toddler pool and fully self contained kitchen.

    It was a good standard, not top of the range but great never the less and the kids loved the pool.

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    Paradise resort was amazing!!

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