4 reasons to choose Belvedere Sport & Wellness Hotel
|01.Style, dedication, attention to detailMarina is the hotel owner. With her passion she always offer something new to her guests.||02.Belvedere Spa450m² of Wellbeing and Thalassic Therapy for your complete relaxation located within the hotel.|
|03.De Rosa road bikesWe are a De Rosa recommended hotel, and as our guest you can rent one of these beautiful bikes.||04.Bike communityHere you will meet people from all over the world who share the same passion for cycling and love for life.|
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How to reach the hotel
Bologna is the main international airport and is roughly 100km away from us. From here, you can reach us either by taking the public airport shuttle bus Bologna-Rimini/Riccione or a bus to Bologna central station and then the train to Riccione. We will pick-you up free of charge at the Riccione train station. Private airport transfers are also available at an extra cost.
Take the A14 motorway in direction of Ancona. Leave the motorway at the Riccione exit and follow the signs for the sea. We are opposite beach area 58. GPS coordinates: 43°59’52.9″N 12°40’03.7″E 43.998038, 12.667686
Road tours nearby the hotel
From the saddle you can unite your love of sport with the discovery of a region which boasts second-to-none cuisine, the world’s best equipped beaches, a wonderful hinterland and historic towns and castles. Marina and her family will be waiting for you, so they can share their passion for Cycling and La Dolce Vita with you in a very special way that is unique and bespoke to Hotel Belvedere!
Belvedere bike groups set off each morning from a seaside boardwalk one block away from the hotel, and wind their way into the hills of Riccione’s home region of Emilia Romagna, or the other adjacent regions of Marche, Umbria, Tuscany – and even the tiny, independent republic of San Marino. It’s an area of Italy with a strong cycling history. Marco Pantani, the legendary climber and winner of the Tour de France and Giro d’Italia, grew up and trained in this region of Romagna.