Rome Cavalieri Adds New Experiences for Kids

Kids playing Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts has announced a new list of activities and experiences at the IT Club – League of Young Cavaliers. The new programs give children the chance to experience art, sports, cooking and more. The club opening is coupled with the reopening of the hotel’s al-fresco Pool Bar and Chalet Stadium.

Monday’s Art Workshop: Includes slat dough, themed drawings, animated hats, pinwheels and moreThe following are available all summer long for kids:

Tuesday’s Sports Afternoon: Includes table tennis, table football, mini golf, free kicks shooting, giant darts, and a Formula 1 stimulator.


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Wednesday’s Magical Afternoon: A beginner course in magic.

Thursday’s Theme Park Day: A room of amusement park activities with a life-size pirate ship, cotton candy and more.

Friday’s Radio Controlled Cars Race: Kids will race radio controlled cars against each other on a small track.

Saturday’s Cooking Lesson: The cooking classes allow kids to discover new tastes and discover the basics of Italian cooking.

Sunday’s Video Game Party: An afternoon of interactive video game play.

After class, the pool bars serve kid-friendly snacks like milkshakes, home-made ice-cream and authentic Italian pizzas.

The program will open on June 1, 2016 and will run daily from 2 to 7 :30 p.m. through September 30, 2016. Children ages four to 12 are welcome on a complimentary basis. The Pool Bar has reopened for the season and will remain open until October 1, 2016.  

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