Rimini Fair And Business Hospitality
Already known worldwide for its entertainment places and fun-filled environment, over the last few years Rimini has oriented itself towards one more sector of hospitality, namely towards the world of business.
From fashion to nature, from beauty to sport, travelling and economics, Rimini has become an important centre in the international fair arena, with a rich agenda of fairs.
From the TTI, the International Travel Trade, to Rimini Wellness, the festival of fitness, a ot of visitors come in Rimini to see theese special events.
To meet the requests and the on-going changes, the large fair centre of Rimini Fiera has been built and a network of conference facilities to welcome the protagonists of the business world, such as the Palacongressi and the Palaterme of Riccione, and the Centro Congressi Europeo of Bellaria has been organized.
The entire province is full of meetings, conferences and seminars of every kind, ranging from cultural topic to economics, and the city of Rimini presents itself to the international arena with a new business-oriented look.
Hotel facilities have been brought into line with the needs of the evolving market and now in Rimini one can find hotels for fairs with targeted services for all those who travel for business, such as meeting rooms, ADSL connection in the room, newspaper every day, special bus for the fair and special information point to guide the guests trough the city anf its beauty.
The Rex Hotels are precisely a group of 3, 4 and 5 start hotels offering elegance, quality and high technology to their guests.
They provide fully-equipped fair information centres and a shuttle service to the fair of Rimini.
They are complete with gyms and wellness centres for guests to enjoy some relaxation time after a long business day between meetings and fair visits.
Rimini’s hotels make up a state-of-the-art accommodation system, which cares for every detail and has been providing hospitality to a considerable number of visitors, from businessmen to career women…