There is a kids club but we didn't bother using it when we stayed. I just had a quick look at there website and they call it "Kids Adventures". There are morning, afternoon, and evening adventures available - lots of themed activities like cooking, performing, interactive games etc. The bad news is that, unlike the kids club on a cruise ship, you have to pay for your child to spend time there. The hourly rate is $25 and the evening adventures which are 6:30-10:30 are $60. With those prices I don't think most people would be dropping off their kids every night unless they were serious casino gamblers. Take a look at their website for all the details about the kids programming.