Nothing like a trip to the indoor game paradise with 800 m²
Climbing, sliding, throwing balls, crawling through tunnels, dropping into the thick mat, balancing or quickly building a house: In our indoor game paradise kids can play 24 hours a day. A total of 800 m² of playing and sports area await you. There’s also a climbing tower, four different slides, a suspension bridge, a mountain landscape, the Ramsi Cave, a semi-finished house for construction, a hunter’s high seat and much, much more.
Kameritsch, 29 October 2019
“Anyone who knows the history of our Kinderhotel knows that originally there was a residential and farmhouse on the spacious sun plateau. Step by step, this has given rise to today’s Kinderhotel Ramsi,” explain the hotel owners Karin and Walter Ramsbacher. “We have now completely redesigned and supplemented the former stable and built a children’s paradise with innumerable playing opportunities. Right next to the Ramsi Bar, there is now a huge sports hall, a modern showroom, our supervised Mini- and Kidsclub and the unique indoor game paradise to be discovered. “We have created a very special indoor playground with 800 m² of play and sports areas. The indoor play paradise has a magical attraction for the children and is open around the clock,” says Karin, whose children Julian and David have tested and proven all the attractions right from the start.
*A farm – Ramsi’s animal world – has been preserved.
Slide fun in the indoor play hall
“In the design of our hotel and the associated offers, we have dedicated ourselves entirely to the experiences for families – that’s why we also call it Ramsis nature adventure world. In addition to the outdoor games, the water world, the guided expeditions and much more, there is also the indoor game paradise, which belongs entirely to the children. One or the other adult also likes to slide, of course,” smiles Karin. The indoor playground is a colourful eye-catcher with a climbing tower and many colourful slides. The highlights among them are the 20 m long spiral slide and the courageous slide down the Kamikaze slide at high speed. And don’t worry – even the younger ones can have fun on a yellow four-metre slide and in the crawl tunnel.
“As we live in a holiday region in the Alps, we have also installed a mountain landscape in the indoor game paradise. There are plenty of climbing possibilities here to satisfy or encourage the children’s urge to move,” says Karin. There is a climbing wall for the little ones with a thick fall protection mat, a hanging bridge, the Ramsi cave and even a mine with a waggle floor. If you want to keep track of what’s going on, you can climb the hunter’s high seat. Another highlight for little builders is the play construction site in the play paradise with a play house and even a scaffolding and a material slide.
24 hours non-stop fun
“The play areas are well thought out and can be seen by the parents. So you can watch the action from the Ramsi-Bar and let our head waiter Franz spoil you. Many kids go ahead to play, while their parents still enjoy the five-course dinner menu in peace”, Karin knows that the parents also need time for themselves. “In the evening, Ramsi’s indoor play paradise is illuminated with many colourful neon tubes – indoor action is guaranteed!”
Also discover game and information panels as well as a mirrored walkway. Let the children play and romp. And conquer their play area. A 3D view is available in advance!