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Where to Stay in Rimini

Rimini is an Italian waterfront city on the Adriatic Sea that offers beaches, nightclubs, and a great deal of culture and history, like the Castel Sismondo, Tempio Malatestiano and Arch of Augustus. People come to fish in the Marecchia River, shop in Cavour Square, or bring the whole family to play at Fiabilandia Theme Park. Rimini is just a half-hour jaunt to San Marino, a lush area filled with mountains, castles, basilicas, and loads of Italian history.

Rimini Centre

There is an abundance of hotels along the waterfront of central Rimini. Almost all of them are just steps from the beach.

1. Hotel LaMorosa

Hotel LaMorosa is one of the cheap hotels in Rimini, making it an ideal choice of last-minute hotels in Rimini as well. Set in a relaxed environment across the road from the beach, it offers soundproofed rooms, an on-site restaurant, and its own program of children's activities.

2. The Grand Hotel Rimini

The Grand Hotel Rimini feels like staying in a palace. It offers upscale rooms, a high-end restaurant, and classic 17th-century decor, all while managing to remain a mid-range hotel.

3. Hotel Jasmine

Hotel Jasmine is a seasonal boutique hotel in Rimini that offers basic, traditional rooms with balconies and views of the Adriatic Sea. It offers a dining room, bar, terrace, bike rentals, and kid's play areas.

Rimini Airport Hotels

Rimini Airport, aka Federico Fellini International Airport (RMI), is on the SS16 just on the other side of the residences of Miramare.

1. Hotel San Paolo

Hotel San Paolo is one of the cheap hotels in Rimini's airport region. It offers laid-back, airy rooms, a heated outdoor pool, and its own private beach.

2. Hotel Aurea

Hotel Aurea is an excellent choice of last-minute hotels in Rimini. A seaside resort on a tree-lined street, it offers a restaurant, water park admission, terrace garden, sundeck, and bar.

3. Impero

Impero is a boutique hotel in Rimini's airport vicinity. A one-minute walk from Miramare Beach, it sits on a tree-lined street. The Impero offers comfortable, contemporary rooms with a trendy bar, restaurant, terrace, and lounge.

Spa Hotels in Rimini

While you relax in Rimini, take it a step further with a jacuzzi, hot tub, sauna, Turkish bath, or private spa treatment. All this and more can be found in one of Rimini's many fine spa hotels.

1. Hotel Savoia Rimini

Hotel Savoia Rimini is located right near Piazza Cavour cafes and shops. It offers high-end rooms with beach access. Spa facilities include a fitness room, outdoor pool, indoor pool, and hot tub as well as whirlpool tubs in upgraded suites.

2. Adriatic Hotel and Beauty

Adriatic Hotel and Beauty is set just off the beach and 10 minutes from central Rimini. Rooms are contemporary and individually furnished. Its spa features include a jacuzzi, sauna, Turkish bath, and fitness club.

3. I-Suite Hotel

I-Suite Hotel is a stylish modern hotel looking out over the Adriatic. The rooms are upscale, and the facilities include a garden restaurant, outdoor pool, and adults-only spa.

Whether you're visiting for the culture, the fun, the relaxation, or work, we'll help you find hotels in Rimini to make your stay feel just right.

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Viktoria Burlakova
Viktoria Burlakova

I've been in Rimini 3 times! And every time I like it even more. If you want to party - come in summer, for clean water - in September. In Rimini I recommend to visit histical part, try Italian food and enjoy the sun and beaches!

Yvonne Brett
Yvonne BrettSan Diego

We went to Rimini in April, which is a great time to visit. The hotels were plentiful and cheap, and the beaches were definitely not crowded. I can imagine that it is pretty crazy in the summer! There are lots of things to see though other than the beach, so definitely worth a visit.

Stephen Harris
Stephen HarrisInterlaken

I'd heard a lot about Rimini before going there, but noone ever told me how cute the historical centre is! Plenty of bars and coffee shops, people going for evening walks eating gelato. Nice break after the crazy strip along the seaside!

Debbie Cecil
Debbie Cecil

Rimini has a great strip along the beachfront for entertainment and great Italian food. The beaches are clean and have lots of activities such as volleyball if you don't just want to sunbathe. Dependant on your hotel is where you go on the beach to rent sunbeds and parasols. The nightlife is good for young people with beach parties and such but still pleasant for families with beach side markets by the marina. The old town a short bus ride away is good for history and tickets for the buses can be bought at local newsagents. However be aware of pickpockets as we were once a victim of this on a bus where a few gathered around and managed to take a few hundred euros from our pocket when the bus suddenly jerked forward. The police in Rimini are however very helpful in these kinds of situations and hotel staff were more than happy to translate anything we needed.


The least expensive month is October, with an average of £47 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Rimini is July, with an average price of £104 per night.
The average price of a hotel in October last year was £58 per night. This is 22% less than the average nightly price of £72 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Rimini, the expected average temperature in October is 15.9°C/60.5°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 30.2°C/86.4°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 1.3°C/34.3°F.
The nearest airport to Rimini is Rimini (RMI) (3.59 miles).

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