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Casa Club.

The second floor in the Meseta restaurant offers activities you are free to engage in as long as you are wearing the yellow braselet.

* Gym (Gimnasio)

  • Opening hours Monday to Friday: 7:00h - 15:00h
    • 15:00h - 22:00h
    • Saturdays: 7:00h - 11:00h
      • 18:00h - 22:00h
      Sundays: 7:00h - 11:00h
    There is a long list of rules at the entrance, basically, you are required to wear sport clothes, including sport shoes, and use a towel to protect the devices you use from sweat. You are also required to put back to its place any equipment you use, not to use extra weights on "fixed" equipment, and other common sense rules. The walking devices and static cycling are limited to 20 minutes of use, including cool down time.

* Sauna

  • Opening hours Monday to Friday: 7:00h - 22:30h There is a different sauna for males and females, both are open simultaneously. A bathing suit is required, this is a family place and nudity is not welcome, unless you are completely alone, in which case, it should be fine.

* Karaoke

  • Opening hours Friday and Saturday: starting at 21:00h

* Pool (Billar) and Table Tennis (Ping Pong)

  • Opening hours Monday to Friday: 7:00h - 22:30h 1h is 30 pesos, 1/2h is 8.

* Internet

  • Opening hours Monday to Friday: 7:00h - 22:30h 1h is 15 pesos, 1/2h is 8.

There are also Board Games (ie, Monopoly).

A massage service, not endorsed by the Casa Club, is offered in the swimming Pool garden on weekends, aprox opening hours are: 10:00h - 18:00h