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InHomie, Italy’s first hotel without staff, is to open in Rimini 

Friday, 20 May 2022 09:00

InHomie, Italy’s first hotel without staff, is to open in Rimini and is the brainchild of Nardo Filippetti, former founder of Eden Viaggi.

After taking over the Hotel Naiade in Rimini, the current president of the Lindbergh Hotels&Resorts group will renovate and transform it into a highly automated property - but simple to use, he is keen to point out - which will have a receptionist as its only staff member.

No in-house catering

InHomie is a pilot project in which the company will invest €3.5 million, Filippetti explained to the Corriere di Bologna newspaper. The idea stems, among other things, from the current difficulty in finding qualified staff. The luxury property, which will have 43 rooms and be sold at rates of around €55 per night, will not have any in-house catering, but guests will be able to use the city's wide range of delivery services.

The format could open in cities like Milan and Rome

If the pilot project is successful, Lindbergh's president is already thinking of exporting the format to other regions of Italy, especially to main commercial and economic hubs such as Rome and Milan for hotels with 40 to 50 rooms. The novelty is also part of the company's ambitious expansion project which, according to a report in the daily Il Sole 24 Ore, does not exclude the possibility of future collaborations with large groups and investment funds. 

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