Ferrari Announces Its First Luxury Hotel to Come Up in Barcelona

Ferrari has finalized big plans to diversify into the hospitality sector. They had created their first theme park in Abu Dhabi in 2010. They are planning a Ferrari Hotel in their second Ferrari World theme park to be launched at the Port Aventura Resort just outside Barcelona. According to the detailed plans in place, the park and the hotel should be ready for the guests sometime in 2016. It is sure to add to Barcelona’s attraction as a destination as it is going to be Europe’s first Ferrari theme park and Ferrari’s first luxury hotel. It is bound to have a lot of curiosity value and attract guests from all over who would like to experience a Ferrari hotel.

The Hotel Will Resemble the Front of Their Iconic Car

Details about the hotel have not been released as yet by the auto maker apart from an artist’s impression of what the exterior of the hotel will look like. The façade of the property is supposed to resemble the front wing of their Formula 1 car and yes it will be finished in Ferrari red. The colors of Ferrari are recognizable anywhere. The Ferrari Museum in Maranello, Italy has an abundance of Ferrari yellow. It is expected that the interiors of the hotel will also have visual references of Ferrari’s 67-year history. Furniture with metal finishes and leather furnishings are sure to find a prominent place in the hotel.

Artists Impression of the First Ferrari Hotel

The Hotel Will Feature a Total of 250 Rooms

A large outdoor pool is expected to be the highlight of the hotel. Since it is located in a family oriented theme park the hotel will surely be more kid friendly than standard 5 Star hotels. The hotel will feature a total of 250 rooms and some of them will surely be called Ferrari suites. Some of the high end hotels have already created suites inspired by luxury cars like the Jaguar Suite at Taj Buckingham Gate and the Bentley Suite at the St. Regis New York. The amenities and service of the hotel will also try and set new standards for luxury hotels. The Ferrari Land theme park will feature Europe’s “highest and fastest” vertical roller coaster apart from attractions for visitors of all ages.

Via: hotelchatter, businessinsider

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