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Old 07-03-2009, 09:59 AM
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Am interested in whether the FDR pebbles resort is a good all inclusive for 4 year olds and parents. Anyone been there and can compare to other similarly priced carribean all inclusives?
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Old 07-10-2009, 01:42 PM
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Personally I have not been there but a friend of mine swears by this resort. This past Easter she took off to here for a week. She could have chosen any resort but she wanted THIS one.

I asked her why, she said that the nannies are fabulous with her kids. Each family is assigned a personal nanny. You can have the same nanny for the entire week. So for her, that was the big draw.

It is an all inclusive. Everything including alcohol was included. And they even picked her up at Mo Bay airport (transfers were included).
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Old 07-19-2009, 05:28 PM
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Personally I have not been there but a friend of mine swears by this resort. This past Easter she took off to here for a week. She could have chosen any resort but she wanted THIS one.

I asked her why, she said that the nannies are fabulous with her kids. Each family is assigned a personal nanny. You can have the same nanny for the entire week. So for her, that was the big draw.

It is an all inclusive. Everything including alcohol was included. And they even picked her up at Mo Bay airport (transfers were included).

The nanny part sounds good...the country however...not my first pick for a AI resort destination.
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Old 10-30-2009, 01:40 PM
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We were there in February & it was sensational. We traveled with our autistic five year old son and they were very accommodating to his needs. All of the kids seemed to be having a wonderful time and the parents all agreed, this was the most relaxed we had ever been in our lives.

I cannot recommend it strongly enough & will go back as soon as it is feasible.

We have been to other caribbean AIs and none compare to FDR Pebbles if you want to put your kids enjoyment first.
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Our first trip out of the country was to Franklyn D. Resort - the sister resort to FDR Pebbles. While this was many years ago, my kids still talk about their nanny. For our first AI with kids, it was great. We also have a special needs child, and it was the first time we could actually catch a bit of a breather on vacation.
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We were there two years ago and it was fantastic. My kids were 6 and 8 at the time and had an absolutely wonderful time. The nannies were wonderful and really knew how to keep kids of all ages amused. I am currently looking for an AI to go to with the kids and while we want to try something new as our first pick, we may just end up back there.
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