We are big lovers of Rome at kodomo.com. The invigorating Roman sunshine that laps against all that stunning ancient architecture, delectable local cuisine and incredibly luxurious hotels? We’d go a million times if we could and never tire of the sensational Italian city. And when there, one of our favourite picks is the Rome Cavalieri as a stop to rest weary feet after a day of pounding the local pavements. This iconic hotel has it all – beautiful, large rooms with a fabulous three outdoor pools, great restaurants (it is the only hotel in all of Italy to hold three MIchelin stars) and an infamous Sunday Brunch. And now there even more reason to love it: The Rome Cavalieri is introducing a complimentary kids’ club for July and August this summer.
Your kids may love exploring the local sites of Rome. And if they do, this’ll be a fun pit stop at the end of each day. If they don’t (and let’s be honest, not all do), then you can relax by the pool while they make new friends while exploring the 15 acres of delightful parkland that encircles the hotel.
The new Kids Club, available for children aged 4 to 10, will be open seven days a week from 2:30pm to 7:00pm throughout July and August. With everything from art classes to table tennis, table football to badminton, mini-golf to magic tricks, race remote-control cars to pizza-making, they will love it. And the hotel even boasts its own on-site fairground.
So, while the kids are busy playing, you can work off the inevitable calories earned in those fabulous restaurants in the incredible Cavalieri Grand Spa Club. Considered by many to be the most luxurious spa and fitness facility in all of Italy, the 2200 meter squared space is an oasis of health and pampering. The La Prairie caviar facial is a must, but if you’re after activity, try the 800-meter fitness trail within the stunning grounds of this private Mediterranean park. Or, you can simply relax by the pool with a good book, which is exactly what we would be doing.
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