This ALL-INCLUSIVE Family Vacation in Jamaica Includes a Nanny AND is Over 40% Off!
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Family travel can be relaxing! 🧳🏖☺
Taking kiddos on vacation can make parents feel like they’re working overtime to keep everyone happy. It wouldn’t be a family vacation without the kids, but being a parent means being on duty and hyper-vigilant 24/7, especially when you’re all away from home. That’s not exactly rest and relaxation, is it?
Franklyn D. Resort in Runaway Bay, Jamaica is an all-inclusive resort that has partnered with CertifiKID to let you escape to the clear blue waters of the Caribbean as a family, while getting a little kid-free R & R too! The resort is offering an AWESOME deal right now that includes a 3-night stay in a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom suite. That’s right – the kids get their very own bedroom and full bathroom!
Also included in your FDR vacation are a private balcony, a kitchenette, free Wi-Fi, all meals, snacks, top-shelf alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, an extensive list of activities, transfer to and from Montego Bay Sangster Airport, and all hotel taxes and fees.
Best of all, each family also will have their very own specially trained and CPR-certified nanny assigned specifically to them for the duration of their entire stay.
FDR’s nannies are highly-qualified, warm and attentive. They’re with families from 8:30 AM – 4:40 PM every day. They can help to keep an eye on the kiddos as you participate in activities together as a family, or keep your kids entertained while you take advantage of adults-only activities like spa treatments, scuba diving or golf. For an hourly fee, your nanny can also babysit in the evenings so you can enjoy an adults-only night out!
Sound like the perfect vacation? Here’s the deal…
Book a 3-Night ALL-INCLUSIVE Stay for up to 5 people (2 adults + 3 children) regularly $2,730
Pay the $300 deposit through CertifiKID
Total cost as low as $1,495!
Please note that this offer is valid for bookings through December 20, 2020 and blackout dates do apply. The charge for additional children ages 15 and under is $30 per night per child, and the $300 deposit is due at booking.
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Oh.my.goodness….a Nanny!!!! That is awesome.
Yeah I wouldn’t trust a stranger to watch my kids. Don’t care if they’ve got 100 certifications
You are right
Every nanny is a stranger the first time lol. If they’re only helping out, you’ll be there the whole time anyway.
Lol this is such a good point! Thank You for saying something 🙂
That’s exactly what I think. Could be a nun and I still wouldn’t leave my girls with a stranger.
Everyone is a stranger at first. Nanny’s, daycare providers, friends… all start as strangers 🙂
This has nothing to do with race. You are making an assumption that people who won’t leave their children with strangers are racist. That is very judgmental and presumptuous. You don’t even know the people you are criticizing for not being willing to turn their most precious “possession” for which they have ultimate responsibility to someone they don’t even know. I wouldn’t leave my child with anyone I don’t know. Period!
Oh dear. The only person in all the comments of “I could never leave my child with a stranger’ who mentioned race is YOU. You’re entitled to hold whatever opinion you’d like, but please don’t self-project your bigotry onto others.
I have 2 kids and thankfully we have never had to use babysitters or daycare because my in laws are awesome!! This world is too scary to trust anyone with them, no matter their religion, sex or race.
Some day I would assume they will go to school?
This is an awesome deal!!!!!
I’m with the PP’s it SOUNDS great BUTttttt no way am I going to have some strange local, who 4 all I know is tipping off someone to traffic kids(esp girls under 10) and u will NEVER get ur child bk. What? So mommy can get a facial & dwn a few margaritas?
Yes I am parinoied tyvm
I agree. What legal rights would you have there? I seriously doubt any.
Yes, you never know these days you can’t just trust anyone with your kids.
I’m with you Kate.
Yes! Lifetime movie is written all over this scenario.
I’m paranoid too. I just couldn’t do it!
Same here! Not worth the risk. Our world is a scary sad place sometimes..
Yes. What does race have to do with pawning your kid off on a complete stranger in a foreign land? Its 2020, let’s raise the bar a little.
From what I understand from a friend I have from here, there’s A lot of crime, and tourists from America are the main targets, Ofcourse.
Sounds AMAZING to me…..OMG!
IMO … I would Take a relative on vacation and let them be the nanny 😉
Sure they would love that …
I would ask do I have to use the nanny bc I have 2 teens who can watch their youngest sibling. I’ll take the rest of the package!
When I went, you didn’t have to use the nanny, but the service was included for every room – when she wasn’t watching the kids, she was cleaning your room, restocking drinks/snacks/towels in the room, and helping book services, excursions, etc, kind of like a concierge. It was awesome!!! Still friends with our nanny on FB, and it’s been over 4 years since we were there!
Most of the children friendly all inclusive resorts there have nannies available. They do not stay in your room with you and are and “option” . You do not have to use the service if you dont want to. However I can attest to the fact that the all inclusive resorts are very friendly and the employees work very hard for you and your family while you are there. I should also mention as of our last visit 5 years ago, Marijuana has been legalized and is very prominent throughout the island, with many of its tourist there for medical tourism
I’d like to know if we do more than 3 days, what’s the extra cost?
Never mind…reading is fundamental lol
I went to this resort 4 years ago when my daughter was almost two… it was AMAZING!!! It’s a small and very secure resort, and you definitely know where your kids are at all times, as all the nannies work together and do organized activities with the kids. It was honestly the only time since having kids that my husband and I felt like we were on “vacation.” Spent most of the day with our daughter AND the nanny, and instead of having to trek back to the room for diaper changes, snacks, naps, baths, etc, the nanny would do it all and we could just stay at the pool/beach. I honestly don’t think I had to do a bath or put sunscreen on my kid the whole time 🙂 Also met some great families there that I still keep in touch with today! Was literally paradise for any mom/parents of young kids. By no means the fanciest resort, but the rooms were comfortable and huge (and separate from the kids), kind of like a condo, and the food, drinks, and staff were top-notch! Might have to plan another trip with such great rates!!!
Well, maybe it’s because I had kids late in life but I LOVE being with my kids, age 9 and 11. The idea of leaving them with a nanny is crazy to me (and possibly dangerous). I don’t even have a babysitter for a date night with my husband and we never have. We all love being together and miss each other when we are apart. When my kids are at school that is my “me time”. My idea of a vacation is to spend time with my kids, not without my kids. I am enjoying these precious moments of watching them grow up and I’m not trying to avoid my kids so I can go get a massage, eat out, or whatever. My husband and I feel the same way about this.
Yes, and I’m sure your children really love being watched and doted on 24/7…
Yes, they really do! We are very close. My daughter calls me her “BMF”= best mom friend. It’s so sweet. We all love being together. I don’t judge how other families choose to spend their time but this is just how we are so this deal isn’t for us. Hope you all who have different family dynamics enjoy it though.
Mary, it sounds like you’re a sweet mom and I think a lot of women can learn from you and your attitude towards your children 😊
Then why comment? It just seems like you are bragging.
Okay I’m a SAHM with no family close. The family I do have has stated they will not watch two kids at the same time (I have two). The friends I have here just have their families watch their kids. I can’t even imagine a date night with my husband much less a getaway with a nanny! Only in my dreams!!! I think it would be great as just an extra set of hands and eyes since I can’t go 3 minutes without a “mom look at this, I need a snack, play this, when are we doing this, etc”.
The Madeline McCann case comes to mind. They were at a resort exactly like this.
Exactly what I thought