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Entertaining and fun
children activities for all ages

The Hotel Ciasa Tamà in La Villa has a large playroom for children of all ages and measures approximately 35m² (377 ft²). The playroom is located in the basement of the hotel and boasts a very cozy atmosphere, with a carpeted floor and custom-made furniture for the little ones.

The children can play lots of games at the Hotel Ciasa Tamà such like building blocks, toy trains, blackboards, teepees and tunnels, etc. In the playroom the children can let their imagination run and move freely.

Instead, for bigger children (and also for mom and dad) there are table soccer, ping-pong table and billiards also available.

Hotel Ciasa Tamà offers lots of fun entertainment options for parents and children.
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    international cuisine

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    to be discovered

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    at the Hotel Ciasa Tamà

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