We know that the hotel is slated to be 5-star, so that means all the bells and whistles on services and amenities. And we’re thinking wheels. The décor could include visual references of Ferrari’s 67-year history, and maybe a special exhibit from the museum. We imagine lots of metal finishes and Italian leather furnishings. Then again, this hotel is within a family-oriented theme park, so it might have to be a little more kid-friendly.
When it comes to the guest rooms, we would bet — yes, bet — there will be at least one, if not several “Ferrari Suites.” We’ve seen luxury car suites before, as in the “Jaguar Suite” at Taj 51 Buckingham Gate and the “Bentley Suite” at the St. Regis New York. No question Ferrari will outdo themselves and probably surprise us all. Well, maybe not us.
Fingers crossed they call their rooms, “vrooms.”