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Most popular areas in Rimini for 5-star hotels

The beachfront resort city of Rimini, on the shimmering deep-blue Adriatic, erupts with buzzing bars, seafood restaurants, and ancient heritage sights. For instant access to Rimini’s white-gold beachfront, stay in one of the luxury 5-star hotels near the central Park Federico Fellini – these tranquil, fountain-studded gardens lead right to Rimini’s main beach. This area is also surrounded by upper-end restaurants and glitzy waterfront bars. For a classic resort atmosphere, stay right beside the wide beachfront south of the center.

Top 5-star hotels in Rimini

The i-Suite Hotel Rimini is a flashy, futuristic 5-star haven – behind its curved, glass-walled exterior, you’ll find vast, immaculate guestrooms, a pampering full-service spa, and a fine dining restaurant. The Grand Hotel Rimini e Residenza is a classic baroque-styled beachfront palace, where airy guestrooms overlook the shimmering ocean. It also offers a rooftop terrace and 2 outdoor pools. The Grand hotel Des Bains is another lavish 5-star beachfront getaway, boasting a pampering full-service spa and multiple exclusive in-house restaurants.

Where to find the best restaurants in Rimini

Along Rimini’s expansive beachfront, you’ll find upscale restaurants serving classic Italian seafood dishes – from bowls of fresh steamed mussels to white fish drizzled in lemon and infused with oregano. Many of these beachfront eateries provide romantic al fresco seating, too, so you can gaze at the glimmering Adriatic as you dine. In central Rimini, around Piazza Cavour, discover ritzy but rustic Italian restaurants serving steaks and rich pasta dishes made with fresh, local ingredients. The restaurants in Rimini’s 5-star hotels, meanwhile, provide luxury fine dining.

The most popular things to do in Rimini

Start your sun-struck Rimini day by taking a dip in the rejuvenating Adriatic waters. Head down to Rimini’s main beach – a wide, seemingly-endless stretch of rolling golden sand – and rent an umbrella and lounger. If you’re after a luxury beachside excursion, head down to Riccione, south of Rimini, where the quiet and uncrowded beach is fringed by natural, thermal springs and spa centers. Back in central Rimini, history enthusiasts can swing by the Tiberius Bridge, a Roman architectural marvel of 5 semicircular arches hop-skipping over the Marrechia river. Central Rimini, meanwhile, is loomed over by the Roman Arch of Augustus, a wide triumphal arch of white stone dating back to 27 BC. Experience more riveting Rimini history at the City Museum, where you can gaze at multicolored Roman mosaics and Renaissance artworks.

Best ways to get around Rimini

Rimini is a relatively small town, and most of the hotels are within walking distance of both the beach and the city center. To get from the airport to your chosen high-class accommodation, you’ll find that many of Rimini’s 5-star hotels boast speedy airport shuttle and pick-up services. Bike rentals are a popular way to whirl around town, too. Alternatively, make use of the area’s abundant taxicabs – book in advance from your hotel for a hassle free, relaxing journey.