Our friends invited us to go Bowling at The Bowling Hotel and we were excited because we always passed by it but never had the chance to go in. We parked underneath the hotel. There were lots of parking spaces for the hotel’s clients. Then we took the elevator up.
The smell of buttery popcorn hit us as we went inside. So many goodies!
On the right was the bowling area & where you register and pay. Since we were eating lunch first we didn’t secure an alley. In hindsight, we should have reserved a time coz it got crowded by the time we finished lunch at around 2:30 and we had to wait 1 hour to bowl. No worries though coz the kids were happy to use up money on the arcade games.
There’s a lot to do here. They have billiards, foosball & so many arcade games.
We ordered food & paid for it in the bar.
Lots of tables to choose from. We also saw a lot of tables ready for birthday parties. What a great idea!
They also have darts.
They have a separate room for more arcade games.
TIME TO EAT!
We had refreshing panachés (or a Radler in German) which is Beer + Lemonade.
The Pizza’s are huge, flavorful and the crust is thick so it’s very filling. DiploBaby enjoyed his Margherita Pizza.
We had the Salame Picante (spicy salami) which was not very spicy at all but still yummy. Because the cust is thick, you will need to fold the pizza to avoid falling debris. I personally prefer a crunchier crust but these are decent pizzas. Our friends love them.
I ordered from the specials – currently asparagus season – and this was pasta with calamari & asparagus. A huge serving. I wish I asked for salt or cheese… but the asparagus was sweet and well-cooked.
WAITING TO BOWL
After lunch, we booked spot for bowling and had 1 hour waiting time. The kids were happy to play and we continued with our panachés. They have machines for changing money and I feel like they earn much more from the arcade games than the bowling… so just be prepared.
The kids had loads of fun!
Then our little buzzer started to ring and it was time for bowling!
Little cubbies for our coats and shoes.
They had nice bowling shoes that were not worn down.
It’s one lane per group so we just all take turns. That means that the people across the table are a different group.
R showing us how it’s done!
I love these cool dragons for the kids to roll their balls down. It teaches them about angles! Then another cool thing they have are automatic guardrails for kids so they don’t get any gutterballs. It makes it a fun experience for the kids. It automatically comes up when it’s a kid’s turn to bowl. How cool is that?
What a great experience for our little humans!
The bowling crew!
I usually start strong and always go downhill after coz my arm gets tired. I have no shame… I throw it the ball like a kid… in between both legs with 2 hands LOL!
After bowling the kids weren’t quite ready to go yet so we let them play a game. DiploBaby chose this Game of Thrones pinball game – complete with dragon and iron throne.
What a fun way to spend the afternoon with friends and our kids. We just needed to manage it so we didn’t overspend on the games coz they weren’t cheap. The bowling is money well spent. The kids learn about angles, force and even counting. DiploBaby was obsessed with his rating… “Mama, am I first place?” “What about now mama, am I second now?”
He was SO funny coz coming in he said he didn’t care if he won or lost or what rank he was… then went the total opposite LOL!
The Bowling Hotel
18 latest-generation bowling alleys, 8 pool tables, interactive games room, darts. A snack bar for your fancy cocktails, aperitifs, and afterwork! Privatized event space
Rue des Fléchères 3, 1274 Signy-Avenex
Mon Tues Thurs 3pm-12am • Wed 1pm-12am • Fri 3pm-2am • Sat 10-2am • Sun 10-12am
022 990 97 91 • email@example.com
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