For parents wanting to give themselves a kid-free break in Hawaii, Hawaii babysitters and nannies to the rescue!
Paradise Nannies Hawaii
Paradise Nannies are a locally-owned business serving all of Oahu. Nicole Ullian, the owner of the business, has shared that all of their babysitters and nannies go through a strict screening process including multiple reference checks, multiple interviews (including in-person), and background checks. Additionally, all they are CPR and First Aid Certified.
Poppins Keiki Hawaii
The Sheraton Waikiki hotel in central Waikiki has a bricks-and-mortar childcare operation, Poppins Keiki Hawaii. Keiki means child in Hawaiian. It’s a Japanese company and offers a multitude of Hawaii babysitting services. You don’t need to be a guest of the hotel to use them.
Yelp.com (or the Yelp app) is a great resource to source Hawaii babysitters by searching their database for babysitters across the Hawaiian Islands. You can take a look at reviews and comments from people who have used their services in the past. Simply search ‘babysitters’ for the island/town where you are staying.
TIP: If you are staying at a hotel or resort reach out to them, they’ll usually have a preferred babysitting company that’s familiar with the property. In addition, check the hotel or resort facilities – some of the larger resorts have Kids Clubs that may offer daycare assistance.
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