Las Vegas Child Care for Visitors

Updated December 6th, 2018
This page is dedicated to various types of child care facilities for Las Vegas bound parents with kids in tow.

In-Hotel Child Care Services

In-Hotel Child Care ServicesIf you’re after hotel accommodation in Las Vegas where child care services are offered on the premises, expect to stay off the Las Vegas Strip. Staying beyond the Strip means more affordable lodging, where in-hotel child care centers are decently priced. Not to mention the convenience of having child care assistance just steps away from your room.

These centers are all about fun. They offer children the opportunity for playing and socializing, with activities that are just right for their age and developmental level. If your child has special needs, he or she may require more individual attention than these programs are capable of providing (check out our Babysitters and Nannies section). Since parents cannot leave the hotel while children are in care, this arrangement might be more fitting for adults who are general visitors rather than those with a specific agenda (e.g. conventioneers).

There are two options for in-hotel child care services in Las Vegas: Kid’s Tyme and Kids Quest.

Kid’s Tyme at The Orleans Hotel & Casino

Address: 4500 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Phone number: 702-365-7300
Ages accepted: 3 - 12 years old
Price: $9 per hour

At Kid’s Tyme, your child will be in a safe, clean environment happily engaged in age appropriate fun under the watchful eye of qualified staff. All kids must be potty trained to participate. There is a 1 hour minimum and 5 hour maximum stay.

Kids Quest at Six Las Vegas Hotels

Ages accepted: Varies per location, but generally 6 weeks - 12 years old
Price: Varies per location

Kids Quest, the largest hourly child care and kids' entertainment provider for hotel casino visitors in the United States, can be found in six hotels in the Las Vegas area:

1. Red Rock Casino

Address: 11011 W. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89135
Phone number: 702-797-7646

2. Boulder Station Casino

Address: 4111 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, NV 89121
Phone number: 702-432-7569

3. Texas Station Casino

Address: 2101 Texas Star Lane, N. Las Vegas, NV 89032
Phone number: 702-288-7955

4. Santa Fe Station Casino

Address: 4949 N. Rancho Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89130
Phone number: 702-658-4966

5. Sunset Station Hotel & Casino

Address: 1301 W. Sunset Road, Henderson, NV 89014
Phone number: 702-547-7773

6. Green Valley Ranch Casino

Address: 2300 Paseo Verde Parkway, Henderson, NV 89052
Phone number: 702-617-7700

6. Green Valley Ranch Casino

Address: 2300 Paseo Verde Parkway, Henderson, NV 89052
Phone number: 702-617-7700

What To Bring

  • Make sure you have a digital or physical copy of your child’s immunization records on hand. Kids Quest are more lenient on this; you can register without records, sign a waiver, and you’ll need to email/fax them within 15 days.
  • Socks, as play areas are shoe-free. Some centers will let you purchase socks onsite if you forget them.
  • Valid ID.
  • For Kid’s Tyme, you can download/print the rules and registration form ahead of your visit to streamline the check-in process. For Kid’s Quest, you can pre-register on their website.
  • Each provider has slightly different requirements, so be sure to check directly with the service regarding anything else to bring.

Babysitters and Nannies

Babysitters and NanniesThe ideal child care arrangement for many families visiting Las Vegas, of course, is to stay in a hotel that offers its own child care service on the premises. But few hotels in Las Vegas offer this amenity, and hotels that do are found off-Strip. Luckily many hotel’s concierge can easily contact a licensed nanny or babysitting service,, reducing the stress and workload of sourcing trustworthy child care.

Top tip: Find a hotel that is both ultra kid-friendly and can assist you in arranging child care. Hotels like the Four Seasons Hotel, Trump International Hotel, New York-New York Hotel Casino, Circus-Circus Hotel and Casino are known for catering to kids and accommodating for requests like hiring a nanny or babysitter.

How To Find a Babysitter or Nanny

If you’d prefer instead to conduct your own research on babysitter and nanny options for your trip to Las Vegas, below are steps you can take to find the perfect caregiver.

Step 1: Know the difference between a babysitter and a nanny

A babysitter's role is to generally supervise and entertain children. Babysitters are considered to be more entry-level when it comes to individual child care providers. A nanny must not only be capable of providing custodial care, but they should have extensive knowledge and training in child development. Nannies may have other responsibilities such as meal preparation and transportation. They tend to be paid more than babysitters.

Step 2: Ask important screening questions

Now that you understand the difference between a babysitter and nanny, you can begin your search for whichever type of caregiver is most appropriate for your child’s needs. Consider asking the following questions to properly screen the services you’re about to contact:

  • If through a professional agency, how many years have they been in business? Are they licensed?
  • If an individual, ask for the person's resume and references.
  • What are the qualifications and experience of the caregiver?
  • Is the caregiver certified to provide CPR and First Aid?
  • What hours are they available?
  • What are their rates?

Step 3: Not sure where to look first? Start here!

Below you’ll find highly recommended services for babysitters and nannies in the Las Vegas area, including key facts about the facility to speed up your decision making:

Artsy Nannies (also a drop-off center available 10 minutes from the Strip)
Phone number: 702-448-4352

Fast Facts:
  • Established in 2006
  • Licensed and insured
  • No contractors, only employees
  • All employees have 3 + years of professional child care experience
  • CPR and First Aid certified
  • 3 hour minimum
Love & Care Sitters
Phone number: 702-280-9571

Fast Facts:
  • Established in 2014
  • Licensed and insured
  • All sitters have at least 1 year of professional child care experience
  • Bilingual sitters available (Spanish and English)
  • CPR and First Aid certified
  • 4 hour minimum
Five Star Sitters
Phone number: 702-530-3229

Fast Facts:
  • Established in 2013
  • Licensed and insured
  • CPR and First Aid certified
  • 3 hour minimum
Nannies & Housekeepers USA
Phone number: 702-451-0021

Fast Facts:
  • Established in 2000
  • Licensed and insured
  • CPR and First Aid certified
  • 4 hour minimum

You can also refer to, a platform that connects parents to caregivers, for other babysitter/nanny options.

Drop-Off Child Care Centers

Drop-Off Child Care CentersThere are numerous child care centers available to parents who live and work in Las Vegas, but single visit options for tourists can sometimes be difficult to find.

There are some exceptions, however. Centers like Fidgets Indoor Playground, Kinderland Indoor Play and Café, and Artsy Nannies are all licensed facilities where parents can drop-off their children for short-term care and supervised activity. In-hotel child care centers can also act as a drop-off center if you intend to spend some time in the hotel.

Fidgets Indoor Playground
Address: 7835 South Rainbow Blvd, Suite 15 Las Vegas, NV, 89139
Phone number: 702-597-1117
Hours: Monday - Friday, 10am - 6pm; Saturdays, 9am - 2pm
Ages accepted: 10 months - 6 years old

Fast Facts:
  • Established in 2013
  • Located approximately 30 minutes by car from the Strip
  • Socks are required; OK to bring outside food
  • Staff are CPR certified
Kinderland Indoor Play and Café
Address: 9330 W Sahara Ave. Suite 110 Las Vegas, NV 89117
Phone number: 702-485-5263
Hours: Monday - Saturday, 10am - 6pm
Ages accepted: 1 - 6 years old

Fast Facts:
  • Located approximately 20 minutes by car from the Strip
  • Must bring socks
  • Staff are CPR certified
Artsy Nannies
Address: Town Square Las Vegas, 569 Las Vegas Blvd S., Q-C159, Las Vegas, NV, 89119
Phone number: 702-448-4352
Hours: Monday - Thursday, 9am - 10pm; Friday, 9am - 11pm; Saturday, 10am - 11pm; Sunday, 11am - 9pm
Ages accepted: 12 weeks - 10 years old (advance notice needed for 16 months and younger)

Fast Facts:
  • Established in 2006
  • Located approximately 10 minutes by car from the Strip
  • 1 hour minimum, 5 hour maximum booking
  • Must bring socks, diapers, wipes, meals for infants/toddlers
  • Staff are CPR certified

Questions to ask drop-off centers

Whether you like the sound of the services above or decide to conduct your own research for a drop-off center, these are solid questions to ask to screen any facility for suitability:

  • How long has the center been in business? Is it licensed?
  • What are the qualifications and experience of child care staff?
  • What ages do they accept?
  • What range of activities do they offer?
  • Are any meals or snacks served?
  • What are the fees?

New Year's Eve and Major Holidays

The need for child care is often never more pressing than on major holidays such as New Year's Eve in Las Vegas. Those interested should contact their hotel for assistance with in-room babysitters for major citywide events and holidays.