Club Mini Regulations
SARAL DAR DHIAFA - Hotel Tropicana Club & SPA
- Only children whose parents have completed the registration form are admitted to the Mini Club.
- For reasons of insurance and security, children under 4 years old can not be accepted at the Mini Club.
- It is essential to request a document certifying that the child at 4 years old or +: identity card, passport, family record book. If this check is not done you will be held responsible in case of problems.
- Attendance booklet must be permanently present at the Mini-Club and correctly informed (identity and exact number of children) / idem for registration forms of the current period.
- The departure of the children must be noted (time + signature).
- The children must be provided with a bag, type backpack containing: bath towel, hat or cap, spare tee-shirt, swimsuit, total screen cream, sandalette, possible "blanket" for the nap only, bonnets inflatable for swimming (compulsory from 4 to 8 years).
- In case of overcrowding and for obvious security reasons, the Club-Mini manager in agreement with the management of the hotel reserves the right to refuse temporarily or for the day access to the Mini Club.
- The parent (s) acknowledge that no child requiring special attention (see individual) may be admitted to the Mini Club.
- The Mini Club Manager reserves the right to refuse a child who may disturb the group's harmony through excessive behavior. (To be notified)
- No sick child can come and / or stay at the Mini Club.
- In the event of an accident, the parent (s) authorize the Club-Mini manager to call a doctor. He will, of course, inform the parents immediately. (notify it in the report).
- In case of suspicion of illness (fever, pimples, vomiting, ...) the manager Club-Mini calls the parents and isolates the child under supervision while waiting for the parents.
- The parent (s) must indicate all the medical information or contraindications concerning the child when registering.
- No medication can be administered to children by facilitators. In the particular case of a medical treatment, only the parents or the accompanying person or the medical profession are able to give drugs to their children (except paracetamol).