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Four Star Rimini hotels

Most popular areas in Rimini for 4-star hotels

Rimini is a sun-struck resort town based beside the emerald-blue Adriatic, and fringed with uncrowded stretches of golden beach. Rimini offers a wealth of flashy 4-star hotels – stay along the Viale Amerigo Vespucci road, near the center, for a waterfront hotel right beside the beach. History buffs and culture vultures, meanwhile, can stay in Rimini’s rustic town center, with its Roman heritage sights, tiny chapels, and quaint boutiques. For both travel and beach convenience, stay in a waterfront hotel beside the airport.

Top 4-star hotels in Rimini/h3>The Hotel de Londres is a regal-looking white-washed waterfront hotel where large ensuite guestrooms come with balconies offering sea views. Here, you’ll also enjoy a full-service spa, ritzy bar lounge, and fitness center. The Erbavoglio Hotel offers sleek, modern guestrooms near the beach, and comes with a rooftop terrace, outdoor pool, and pampering spa services. The Hotel Diplomat Palace, meanwhile, is a futuristic beachfront haven – behind the building’s reflective-glass exterior, you will discover a full-service spa, relaxing bar-lounge, and vast gold-lit guestrooms.

Where to find the best restaurants in Rimini

It’s no surprise that, as a seafront town, Rimini’s culinary culture celebrates fresh seafood cuisine. Along the beachfront, particularly in the San Giuliano a Mare area right near the center, you’ll find an array of classic seafood restaurants with al fresco seating, serving thyme, oregano, and lemon-covered fish dishes. For traditional Italian dining in a rustic restaurant away from the beachfront area, dine in the inner town, around Piazza Cavour. This area also offers a range of more modern, internationally-oriented restaurants.

The most popular things to do in Rimini

Lovers of local history will go wild for the abundance of old-world heritage sites scattered across Rimini. Start at the Tiberius Bridge, a Roman structure of 5 crescent-shaped arches leap-frogging over the glistening Marecchia river – the bridge dates to 20 AD. After, stop by the Arch of Augustus, at the southern end of Rimini’s main street. This towering white stone triumphal arch, with 2 corrugated columns on its facade, dates to 27 BC. For even more Rimini history, amble around the cool and peaceful corridors of the City Museum, which displays a range of Roman mosaics and fine Renaissance art. After, you can’t miss out on the beach – head to the main beach, rent an umbrella and lounger on its rolling golden sands, and dive into the balmy blue-green Adriatic waters.

Best ways to get around Rimini

Many of Rimini’s fancy 4-star hotels offer an airport shuttle service, providing a stress-free means of transport from the airport direct to your accommodation. Once you’re in central Rimini, it’s quite easy to explore the beach and town center on foot alone – bicycle rentals are also a popular option, as are taxicabs. If you want to explore Rimini’s surrounding countryside, or further along the coast, make use of the area’s public bus services, which depart from Rimini’s main train station – alternatively, rent your own car.