The i-Suite, the first all-suite hotel on the Rimini Riviera is right at the heart of the action, directly on Rimini’s beach promenade. Guests are welcomed into a spacious lobby that is dominated by brilliant whites and features a cosy fireplace. The bar is surrounded by mirrored walls while bright green artificial trees are scattered throughout the room. The 52 suites here are up to 70 sqm large, so guests enjoy the comfort of an apartment and service of a hotel at the same time. The hotel‘s own i-FAME restaurant, where the chef Daniele Succi also likes to create futuristic dishes using regional products, promises unforgettable culinary highlights The challenge in doing so is the hotel‘s ”zero food miles” concept: the food may only have covered a few kilometres from the producer‘s to the guest at the restaurant to keep the ecological footprint as small as possible. The i-FEEL GOOD spa also leaves nothing to be desired: on the top floor of the hotel it‘s not just the heated infinity pool that offers a magical view over the sea but also two saunas.
Located on the fifth floor, the Penthouse Suite is bigger, more stylish, more sophisticated and cooler. This suite has a huge round bed to enjoy the 360° sea view. In the room there is a private Turkish bath enriched with a chromo-therapy system.
THE FIRST ALL-SUITE HOTEL ON THE ITALIAN RIVIERA IN RIMINI. GREAT ROOMS, ELEGANT AND BRIGHT, BETWEEN SKY AND SEA.
In summer sun-worshippers flock to enjoy the beaches in and around Rimini, to relax and shop in the many small boutiques. Rimini is a lively town with a number of sights, such as the clock tower in the old town or the Tiberius Bridge that is almost 2,000 years old. The Gothic cathedral was remodelled with a Renaissance facade by the leading architect Leon Battista Alberti and inside also boasts a crucifix by Giotto. A number of famous people were born in Rimini, of whom the best-known is perhaps the film-maker and director Federico Fellini, who gained an international reputation with films such as La dolce vita and La strada.