Already since 1964 we run the HOTEL PACIFIC in Rimini as a family business. Therefore is our standard: Here you aren’t a number, but a guest and a friend!

There are many offers especially for our guests:

  • Improved reduction for kids this year too: children from 6 to 13 years will pay only half the fare,
  • there is the choice between three menus instead of only two for every lunch and every dinner,
  • every Monday Happy Hour in our bar.

Take your time to check our site, to find out more about our hotel and all the envirement. And if you like our hotel we’ll soon have the opportunity to meet one another personally. We would be very glad about it.

Rita and Maurizio Patrignani

P. S.: In case of unanswered questions, please don’t hesitate to send an email or to phone us.


You’ll experience a kind family-atmosphere, where children are most welcome.

  • All rooms with private bathroom, air conditioned, free wifi, telephone, hair-dryer, safe and balcony. Satellite TV!

  • Breakfast buffet
  • At lunch and dinner free choice between three menues plus a rich salad buffet.

  • Air conditioned restaurant, reception and bar.

  • Swimming pool, sunbeds and garden.

  • Terrace with solarium



  • Our hotel with three stars is situated in a quiet area in about 200 meters’ distance to the beach

  • All rooms have air conditioning, private bathroom and toilet, telephone with direct dial, hair-dryer, safe, free wifi, satellite LCD TV and balcony

  • The food is not only good, but sumptuous and varied: breakfast buffet, for lunch and dinner choice of menue and a rich salad buffet

  • The hotelier is ready to assist you in any question


  • Our hotel with three stars is situated in a quiet area in about 200 meters’ distance to the beach

  • naturally the hotel is furnished with a lift, an own swimming pool and a great roof garden

  • naturally the hotel is furnished with a lift, an own swimming pool and a great roof garden

  • parking space is available directly by the hotel

  • dining room and bar are air conditioning

  • the food is not only good, but sumptuous and varied: breakfast buffet, for lunch and dinner choice of menue and a rich salad buffet

  • the hotelier is ready to assist you in any question

We both really enjoyed our stay.The staff were very friendly and food was excellent.Well done Maurizio and Rita. See you again.Regards

David & Jean McCrum

Price list 2021

Save now and get your early-booking-discount!

In our exceptional early-booker-action we will calculate a special discount of 2% for all reservations joining before the 28.02.2021 

A special discount of 3% will be reserved to our Guest registered to “Hotel Pacific Club”.

Included are:

  • VAT,
  • Use of the changing cubicles on the beach, the hotel’s pool with deck-chairs and the available bikes, Parking, Wi-fi, reception 24h/24.

Check-in from 11.00 am

Check-out before 10.00 am

The visitor tax is not included! € 2,00 per day per adult (max 7 days)

May 2021

From 01.05.2021 to 20.05.2021 we only offer accommodation with breakfast: € 25,00 per day and person in a double room.

21.05-18.06 19.06-09-07 10.07-06.08 07.08-21.08 22.08-28.08 29.08-04.09 05.09-18.09
Full Board €39 €44 €52 €64 €53 €43 €39
Half Board €36 €41 €47 €61 €50 €40 €36

The prices are meant per day and person in a double room and require a minimal stay of 3 days. Reduction for children see below.

Reductions for children
One child under 6 years free of charge. Any other one under 6 years € 10,00.

Children from 6 to 13 years 50%. Please have a look on our special offers during our “Seagreen Weeks” from 01.05.2021 until 18.06.2021 and from 21.08.2021. until 18.09.2021

These reductions are only valid when sleeping in the parents’ room with additional bed.

Single room with shower, toilet, hair dryer, satellit TV and balcony: € 8,00 per day.

Room with  air conditioning € 5,00 per day and per room

Credit card and cash.

Reduced prices for sunbeds and parasols on the beach.

Sports and excursions

It’s beautiful to visit San Marino, Gradara, Porto Verde, Gabicce Monte, Italia miniatura, Ravenna, Grotte di Frassisi, Urbino. Florence, Venedice, Assisi, Rome can be reached by ca train or plane (Rome).

  • Aquafan
  • Oltremare
  • Fiabilandia
  • Italia in miniatura
  • Le navi park
  • Mirabilianda
  • wine feasts organisized by the hotel
  • weekly: visiting the local markets

Jogging on the beach, water scooter, sailing, water ski, windsurfing, fishing, boccia, bowling, riding bikes and motor cycles, go-kart, minigolf, horse riding, tennis, shooting clay pigeons, aquafun.

Thank you to everyone for a brilliant two weeks, we were all made to feel very welcome.

Brian, Judith & Anna Lockyer


Every day’s a party in Rimini, with hundreds of cultural and sports events, traditional celebrations, innovative shows and concerts.

Over the last few years the holiday capital’s stages have hosted stars like Ligabue, Laura Pausini, Vasco Rossi, Piero Pelù, Sarah Jane Morris, Didi Bridgewater and Miriam Makeba, guests at the concerts organized at the Indoor Stadium, along with other special appearances at the ‘Percuotere la mente’ World Music concerts held every summer in the Agostiniani Courtyard. Every summer Rimini also echoes to the notes of New Orleans with its “Jazz Festival” concerts in Marina Centro.

July is the month for ‘Cartoon Club’, the international festival of cartoons and comics, which for 20 years has attracted collectors and other visitors to Rimini with viewings, exhibitions, conferences, performances and a full-scale display market.

Having a great time is easy at our theme parks, like ‘Italia in miniatura’ with its faithful reproductions of historical monuments, the ‘Dolphinarium’ with its playful dolphins, the kilometres of water chutes at ‘Aquafan’ in Riccione or ‘Aquabell’ in Bellaria, or Cattolica’s ‘Le Navi’ Marine Park, with its exciting panoramas of ocean abysses, which are just the start of all the entertainment and enjoyment our Riviera can offer.


Even though Rimini’s beach is a great place for sports, it’s above all perfect for relaxation, with a variety of services that skilfully combine tradition and modernity, including parasols that can be opened by remote control alongside more conventional ones.

Even sunloungers have moved with the times, with the addition of new models that protect against ultraviolet radiation or fitted with panels to promote tanning, or deckchairs with adjustable vibration massage.

The beach also has a wide variety of Internet points for everyone wanting to check their mail while they’re on holiday, together with web cams and SMS weather forecasts to warn sailing enthusiasts of imminent squalls.

There are even libraries on the beach, and there’s no difficulty in finding a beach centre that offers an ample variety of reading materials to help you relax under your parasol. The hospitality and inventiveness of Rimini’s beach centres is limitless, and among the novelties for connoisseurs of fine food even on holiday are the tasting sessions for local specialities organized on the beach, culminating in ‘Gradisca’ on 21 June, the world’s longest table ‘by the seaside’.

Life continues on the beach after sunset with six open-air cinemas, with the same breathtaking atmosphere guaranteed later by firework displays almost every evening along the 15 kilometres of beach that make Rimini so unique.


It was the unforgettable Fred Buscaglione who ushered in the season of nightlife and dancing in Rimini, and 40 years after his first chart successes the holiday capital boasts 20 discotheques, 3 dancehalls and 52 pubs, without mentioning the many other fashionable clubs and nightspots elsewhere on the Riviera.

People who choose Rimini for daytime relaxation combined with night-time excitement have a vast range of options. From elegant venues in the inland hills to trendy discobars near the harbour, with an ample variety of clubs all along the coast offering a mix of soft music or live concerts in sophisticated surroundings, as well as ballrooms and clubs specializing in 70’s disco music or Latin-American rhythms.

The new, extensive Galvanina Thermal Park, which offers dancing, games and shows for children, young people and families, awaits you on the hillsides of Covignano.

Europe’s finest discotheques are linked by the colourful ‘Blue Line’ night-time bus service, with a fleet of 30 buses providing transport to all major entertainment points through to 6 am (the main terminus in Piazzale Kennedy on the seafront).

Rimini’s first pub opened in 1964, and has now been joined by many more, offering beers for all tastes, live music, meeting points for bikers and a thousand other surprises just waiting to be discovered.

Walking along Rimini’s warm sandy beach, it is not unusual to come across enthusiasts of this new phenomenon and the beach has become a place to meet in the evenings too. The craze for dancing barefoot on the sand has reached Rimini and on the beach, where the music decibels are guaranteed not to disturb holidaymakers who prefer to rest at night, the fun starts as soon as the sun down.

Yet another place for evenings out is the area of the ‘Old Fishmarket’, with its many wine bars and other venues in the squares and alleys between Rimini’s central Piazza Tre Martiri and Piazza Cavour, with its splendid Pigna Fountain so greatly admired by Leonardo da Vinci. Evening meetings for aperitifs in the bars of the ‘Old Fishmarket’, a custom that originated only a couple of years ago when the five thousand or so students of Rimini’s new university facilities adopted the area, are now immensely popular in both winter and summer, the perfect way to discover an elegant and lesser known side of Rimini. The city centre’s summer is also enlivened by buskers and other street performers, together with special live entertainments and other attractions for adults and children alike on Wednesday and Friday evenings.


If you’re looking for a city that truly caters for children, then Rimini is the perfect place for you, offering a unique combination of fantasy and reality that fascinates children and entertains adults as well.

To help you discover this fabulous Rimini we’d like to start with our most important feature, fifteen kilometres of golden beach, so special that with bucket, spade and a little water it can be transformed into magical sandcastles or racing tracks for marbles (now the game’s called cheecoting, a passion that in Rimini can take the form of tournaments for shooting plastic or glass marbles along tracks just as exciting as Formula One!).

And then there’s the sea, which is clean (over the years it has been awarded the FEEE blue flag, a prestigious European recognition) and, for those who decide to bathe close to the shore under the watchful eye of the lifeguards, very shallow.

In other words, safety is the key both in and out of the water thanks to an organisation that is unrivalled throughout the world.


Over the years Rimini has accumulated a wealth of entertainment opportunities for young guests. Every beach centre is an open-air playground, with games, swings and even babycare rooms with bottle warmers and tables for changing nappies.

Over a hundred professional leisure organizers transform the beach into a fantastic entertainment park for children, with activities of all kinds offered from June to September (ask reception in our Hotel Pacific). The day starts at 9 am with a few easy exercises for Mum and Dad, and then the entertainment and activity workshops start, with everything from mini-olympics and handwork with salt dough, kites and puppets, through to treasure hunts and face painting.

Enjoyment is guaranteed at ‘Blue Camp’, a holiday village on the beach for the under-13’s where from 8 am to 7 pm trained staff offer a programme of sports, games and activities, with indoor gymnasium available in case of rain.

And if you’re not too tired after so much fun, many beach centres and tourist organizations offer swimming lessons, schools for windsurfing and canoeing. Rollerskating fans will find over 10 skating rinks together with 30 kilometres of cycle paths that are also ideal for rollerblades.

After such a busy time our guests can always relax with something from our beach libraries, with books and comics to read under your parasol. And if our young guests don’t want to go to bed early, Rimini’s non-stop party continues in the evening with fireworks over the sea, cinema on the beach, with films for young children as well in six places along the beach, open-air cinemas and special events with shows and candy floss, and of course the delicious delights of our 40 ice cream parlours.



From the enchanted valleys of gnomes to the spells of Merlin the Magician, from the rapids of Indiana Jones to dolphin acrobatics, young dreams come true in Rimini’s theme parks, where entertainment can sometimes also be a great way to study. For example, the Italia in Miniatura park features hundreds of faithful replicas of monuments and other architectural treasures, and also offers a Science Fair and other exciting attractions that stimulate the desire to learn.

Fiabilandia mixes reality and fantasy with a real safari in the midst of extraordinary animals, allowing visitors to meet African ostriches, tigers, elephants, giraffes and even a rhinoceros, which can be followed by a tour of Merlin the Magician’s Enchanted Castle, the Lake of Dreams or the Old Mine, or a visit to the new entertainment area with attractions that defy the laws of gravity.

There are water chutes on the beach (with giant swimming pools and water slides at Marebello, Rivabella and Viserba), and a trip round the pool towed by dolphins at Rimini Dolphinarium (Piazzale del Porto). Apart from the spectacular dolphin show, children can also visit the aquarium with piranhas and other tropical fish, and an exhibit on whales.

The new, extensive Galvanina Thermal Park, which offers dancing, games and shows for children, young people and families, awaits you on the hillsides of Covignano.

Near Rimini there are even more water chutes and pools with artificial waves, at Aquafan in Riccione or at Aquabell in Bellaria Igea Marina.

Another attraction for lovers of the unusual is the Le Navi Marine Park in Cattolica, which features a simulated trip to the abysses of the deepest oceans.


Rimini becomes a world of fun and games every day. This is the aim of hundreds of hospitality operators united in 14 tourist committees that work enthusiastically to ensure enjoyment and entertainment for families with children, offering puppet shows, travelling mini-circuses with clowns and acrobats, and street performances to bring fun and excitement to holiday evenings from Torre Pedrera to Miramare.

The city centre also caters for young visitors, with a not-to-be-missed children’s market every Wednesday evening, packed with hundreds of budding traders with stalls full of second-hand toys, comics, books, used telephone cards, handmade objects and potential collector’s items. Wednesday evenings in Rimini city centre also feature dance and music performances, handcraft workshops and storytelling in the main squares and streets.

Another children’s market is held every Monday evening in Viale Vespucci in Marina Centro.

Bringing children’s dreams and fantasies to life is easy with the highly successful season of readings and theatre presented by the children’s section of the Via Gambalunga Civic Library, which fills the Amphitheatre on summer evenings with special events for its young audience.

Holidays can also offer a perfect opportunity to learn, starting with an instructive but at the same time entertaining trip back through time with the special displays of the Municipal Museum (Via Tonini 1).

Another fascinating attraction is the Aviation Museum, with over 40 historical aircraft, including one that boasts Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe, John and Ted Kennedy and Frank Sinatra among its list of famous passengers.

Rimini can even mean bookshops, ranging from specialized ones in the city centre to bargain stalls on the seafront and near the harbour, offering half-price books for all tastes, allowing the perfect volume for holiday reading to be found at a perfect price.

The excitement continues with the riviera’s fairgrounds (the biggest is in Via Cavalieri di Vittorio Veneto at Miramare, the second biggest is at Bellariva), on its go-kart tracks (on Miramare seafront) and on its mini-golf courses (Marina Centro, Rivazzurra, Torre Pedrera and Rivabella).

In July, Rimini becomes the city of cartoons, with showings, exhibitions, conferences, performances and a host of similar events, because July is the month of ‘Cartoon Club’, the international festival of cartoons and comics that also spills over onto the beach, with a group of cartoonists doing live drawings, giving young viewers the opportunity to admire their work firsthand, complete with free comic books, souvenirs, magazines, drawings, autographs and other special gifts.

Welcome to evergreen Rimini, where you can see spectacular firework displays every evening, and where every corner offers something to tempt your palate. Welcome to the capital of sunshine, sea and ballroom dancing, where you can enjoy making new friends and renewing acquaintance with the friends you made last year; welcome to a land where hospitality is a top priority at all times.

Your welcome begins with the friendly atmosphere you can find in our 1,100 hotels and in the ongoing work of our 14 tourist committees, all busily engaged in making our guests’ dreams come true. Every day the pedestrian streets, the squares, and the sea-front promenade from Torre Pedrera to Miramare, become one great outdoor party featuring over two hundred events lasting from June to September.

Events range from jazz concerts to dances with live music, from circuses to films shown on the beach in six different impromptu ‘cinemas under the stars’.

And as well as all this, there are parties in the hotels and banquets on the beach.


The 21st of June symbolically represents the beginning of summer. This is the date of ‘Gradisca’, the great mother of all the summer festivities, named after a character in a Fellini film. On this occasion, the hospitality of the Riviera becomes an event in itself, spreading out to include an endless succession of parties and dances, enlivened by delicious dishes served on the beach. Two tons of sardines and pilchards, freshly caught in local waters, are grilled and served, accompanied by at least twelve thousand litres of good Sangiovese and Trebbiano wines, and vast quantities of Romagna piadina bread and ciambella cake. And after supper, sit with your nose in the air to admire the fireworks: over six thousand rockets heading skywards from ten different spots along the beach.

But Rimini is not just the beach: an excellent alternative is to go on a shopping spree. There is a mixture of everything, from exclusive designer-label shops (situated for the most part in the Marina Centro seaside area or in the centre of town; a stroll along Corso d’Augusto will give you an idea) to the numerous weekly markets, warm and cheerful and colourful, where you can find a bit of everything, including the friendliness of the Rimini people.

Don’t miss the greatest markets in Emilia-Romagna, held in Piazza Malatesta and Piazza Cavour on Wednesdays and Saturdays, on the Bellariva promenade on Thursdays in summer, in Miramare on Tuesdays, Viserba on Mondays, and Torre Pedrera on Sundays. Then there is the evening antiques market every Tuesday in Marina Centro.

In July and August, strolling through the ‘heart’ of the town at sunset is even more fun on Wednesdays and Fridays, when the streets and squares are enlivened by an antiques market and a children’s market, music and entertainment, street theatre and poetry readings. Anybody in search of local traditions and local crafts will find much to admire. There are ceramic shops (in Vicolo San Gregorio is Bruno Brolli’s pottery workshop, where guided visits are available by prior arrangement) and wrought-iron workshops, such as Giuseppe Leurini’s in via Coriano 342. Fecit, Strada Statale di San Marino 50, produces fine work in marble. And then there is that typical Romagna craft, printing on cloth. This is a tradition handed down from generation to generation; wooden blocks are used to print by hand traditional designs in rust colour on heavy cloth. By prior arrangement, Stamperia Ruggine, via Bertani 36, is happy to show visitors how it’s done.

The evening in Rimini has many different faces. There are motor-boats offering excursions with dancing, wine and grilled fish in quantity, which you can enjoy against the splendid backdrop of Rimini by night, seen from the sea. Mini-cruises leave from ten different departure points along the promenade and take you to visit many destinations: the rigs where natural gas is extracted and the shellfish farms; Portoverde, Baia degli Angeli, Cattolica; as far as Gabicce, Pesaro and even Venice.

The night-lights come on to show that the dances are beginning in all the dance halls. This is a land famed for its folk music and it certainly has numerous shrines to ballroom dancing. The new, extensive Galvanina Thermal Park, which offers dancing, games and shows for children, young people and families, awaits you on the hillsides of Covignano.

Secondo and Raul Casadei’s musical repertoire will without doubt take the lion’s share. By the way, did you know that there is a museum dedicated to the Maestro and composer of the famous song ‘Romagna mia’ in Savignano sul Rubicone just a short distance from Rimini?


Rimini is not just the holiday capital of the region: with over 400 bars, restaurants and ‘trattorie’, Rimini can also lay claim to be a capital city of good food and wine. There is a wide choice, with something for everybody, from fish of many kinds to traditional grilled meat dishes, and from luxury restaurants to homely ‘trattorie’.

One of the mainstays of traditional local cooking is the famous and much sought-after ‘piadina’, the symbol of Romagna, flat bread made from the simplest of ingredients: flour, lard, water and salt. Then there are the popular country pasta dishes, such as strozzapreti, tagliolini, ravioli, and cappelletti, eaten with meat sauce or tomato sauce, or with clam sauce. Any way you choose to eat them, they’re delicious! A good way of trying a number of different flavours is to order a ‘tris’; your choice of a ‘trial size’ of three different types of pasta. Second courses range from char-grilled meat (mutton with piada is excellent) accompanied by grilled vegetables, to grilled fish. Locally-caught fish include sardines and mackerel (both good for bringing down those harmful cholesterol levels!), sole, and mullet, as well as clams, mussels, and sea-snails. A typical dish is ‘brodetto’, a fish stew made from several varieties of fish cooked all together with tomato and spices.

Typical Romagna wines include the ruby-red Sangiovese, best with meat dishes and pork products, and the white Pagadebit and dry Albana, excellent with fish; and sweet white Albana, a golden wine with a heady bouquet, the ideal companion for the favourite local dessert, ciambella cake.


The first bathing establishment in Rimini opened in 1843, and was intended first of all as a centre for spa treatment, exploiting the therapeutic properties of sea water. More than a century and a half later, Rimini Spa (in Miramare, overlooking the beach) is a large modern centre offering all-the-year-round well-being, with treatment for respiratory problems and aches and pains in the joints. There are also relaxation sessions making use of massage, sauna, Jacuzzi, and mud therapy. The Spa has two new sea-water swimming pools (the Blue Pool, where the water temperature is 30°, and the Bio-Marine Pool, temperature 34°), and a large gym. Various forms of water-gym are available.

And for those who like to keep fit on the beach, there are numerous professional instructors just waiting for you: try water-gym, or practise the steps of your favourite dance – ask your beach attendant for details. You can take a romantic little trip on a boat, or relax on a sun-bed with adjustable massage incorporated, or sunbathe in special deck-chairs with a filter, which keeps out harmful rays while encouraging your suntan.


There are many wonderful alternatives to a day on the beach. The Roman colony Ariminum was founded in 286 BC, so the city boasts two thousand years of history, while the surrounding countryside is peaceful and charming, with a vast quantity of castles and fortresses all waiting to be discovered.

Begin with a visit to the City Museum, situated in the former Jesuit College (via Tonini 1) where you can admire outstanding archaeological finds, including a collection of inscriptions on stone displayed in an attractive inner courtyard garden, or see the contemporary sculpture of Arnaldo Pomodoro and the posters of René Gruau, or visit the Art Gallery which has paintings spanning four hundred years, from the seventeenth to the early twentieth century. Every Tuesday from June to September, you can go on a guided walking tour entitled ‘A walk in the Past’, which will take you to all the most significant monuments in the town, from the Roman Tiberius Bridge and Augustus Arch to the Renaissance harmony of the Pigna Fountain which so delighted Leonardo da Vinci.

These walks start from the URP Office (Corso d’Augusto 158) at nine in the morning. If you would like to take a walk through the Rimini featured in Fellini’s films, explore the narrow alleys and little squares of the old fishing village, Borgo San Giuliano, just the other side of Tiberius Bridge. A mosaic of delightful little houses in many different colours, decorated with murals recalling scenes from Fellini’s famous films, cluster around the lovely little church where the body of St Julian rests. His martyrdom is commemorated in the great altarpiece painted by Paolo Veronese in 1588, which hangs in the church. The village is famous also for its wine bars and trattorie, a must for anybody who wants to try genuine traditional cooking and seafood dishes. Every two years in September a festival is held here, the pride and joy of the local people. ‘Festa de’ Borg’ began life as a group of old friends getting together, and developed into an event which attracts tens of thousands of visitors who come to discover in the entertainment, concerts, and temptations for the palate, the events and characters who have left their mark on this corner of Rimini and on the whole town.

If you like to fly on the wings of history, visit the Aviation Museum, which has over 40 aeroplanes on display. There are planes which took part in the battles fought over the last 60 years and there is Clarke Gable’s personal aeroplane, which flew famous people such as Marilyn Monroe, John and Ted Kennedy, Frank Sinatra and Ronald Reagan. And there are uniforms, medals, and rare or unusual exhibits. The Museum is in Via S. Aquilina, 58 Rimini. When you come out of the Aviation Museum, just a little further along the road you will find another museum dedicated to the most famous horse in the world: the rampant horse which is the Ferrari trade mark. Ferrari cars are on display in the Maranello Rosso Collection, Falciano, Republic of San Marino.

On the theme of music, Rimini begins in New Orleans, with the Rimini Jazz Festival, held out of doors in summer in the Marina Centro seaside area. September sees the Sagra Malatestiana Music Festival, the oldest and most prestigious music festival in the Rimini region, which over the last fifty years has welcomed many of the world’s greatest musicians, including Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Mstislav Rostropovich, Giuseppe Sinopoli, Vladimir Ashkenazy, and Zubin Mehta.

There are numerous concerts, exhibitions, conferences and shows during the Meeting for Friendship Amongst Peoples, held annually at the end of August, an event that brings six hundred thousand people from all parts of the world to Rimini.




Dear Rita and Maurizio – thank you so much for a lovely weeks stays. Your hotel is clean and the food is excellent. Its well position for the beach to. Thanks again and maybe see you next year 

Kellie/Paul/Myles/Josh/Amber & Lillie

Thank you for a fabulous week. The food was excellent and they were able to cater for a vegetarian, all this and reasonable prices too! We could not fault their hospitality. We will definitely return.Bob and Beryl Dellow 3rd – 10th Sept. 2005.

Bob and Beryl Dellow

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