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Hi, our friends are coming with us and they have 2 kids, aged 9 and 11. They have asked if they are allowed in all the bars and if they have to be out by a certain time. Does anyone know ?

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You will be fine. Youre not actually "in" the bar, the bars are kinda just...there. So they will be fine. There were always kids sitting at the bar, my 2-year-old niece included :)

 

There is no set time that they have to leave either.

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There are no walls @ the Riu lol ..that is probably the best description I can give .... the only places with 4 walls ...are really the restaurants .. all of the bars are outside kinda sorta ... go to tripadvisor.com and search Riu Ocho Rios ..look at the photos ..you'll see the set up ..

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Yeah...no walls is a better description :)

The only bar that has walls is the sports bar. I think the arcade is down there too. saw a bunch of kids there when I popped down there (once). It was really hot.

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My 3yrd old was all over and even went up to the pool bar and made an order(pop of course). No worries mon about he kids, they will be fine.

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