Wednesday, October 25, 2006

DuoMo Hotel

The DuoMo Hotel in Rimini, Italy, is breaking new ground in terms of design aesthetics in hotels. With many new hotels pushing unique design to the limits, the challenge of presenting something never before seen is becoming increasingly difficult. Internationally renown architect and designer, Ron Arad, has launched the DuoMo hotel by using vivid colors, alternative materials and unconventional shapes to create a very rare aesthetic for the market.

The entrance to the hotel is adorned by two giant size pinball flippers, which lead guests directly to the giant stainless steel front desk. The sheer size and seamless beauty of the desk itself is most impressive. When it comes to the guest rooms, no expense has been spared.
With all rooms featuring the latest in technology and design, including LCD screens in the bathroom, surrounded by Alessi lavatories and showers, your stay is guaranteed to be a lavish experience.

Perhaps one of the more outstanding features of the DuoMo is the noMi bar and club. Showcasing live D.J's from Miami, Ibiza and NYC, noMi is tipped to become the hottest night spot in Rimini. With one of its main feature walls made of retractable glass, guests are able to flow out into the streets and bring the outside in, on warm nights. The majority of the club is draped in bronze and polished steel, creating a slick, modern setting for the cities trend setting crowd.

Rimini has always been famous for being the birthplace of the heralded Italian film director, Fellini, now it has a second claim to fame; The DuoMo Hotel. by Billy T via thecoolhunter

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