Boca Raton Resort & Club, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, is offering several new free activities aimed at families traveling with children this summer.
The resort is launching its new Quest Club, a daily, supervised camp that includes outdoor and indoor activities for guests ages 3 to 12. There is a $25 fee per child, per day.
The camp includes sports like soccer, golf and tennis as well as creative activities like tie-dying and stuffed-animal making. Children may also enjoy yoga, fishing, beachfront kite-flying and life-size lawn chess.
Children can also enjoy Mizner’s Quest, a scavenger hunt around the resort filled with interactive experiences. It runs 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Older children can enjoy the Quest Club Rooftop with myriad activities like remote-control racing boats, a rock-climbing wall, herb and butterfly gardens, mosaic painting and a sunflower planting station.
The Quest Clubhouse offers an arcade and the Q Nightclub, created specifically for tweens and teens.
Kids staying at the hotel also receive complimentary buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner with a full-price entree purchased by parents at 501 East.
Room rates start at $149 per night, exclusive of tax.
For more information or book travel, visit www.bocaresort.com or call (888) 495-BOCA.
This article has been updated to reflect that the daily fee for Quest Club is $25 per child.