Hotel Baia Imperiale & Spa

With a stay at Hotel Baia Imperiale & Spa in Rimini (San Giuliano a Mare), you'll be a 5-minute drive from Rimini Beach and 6 minutes from Rimini Fiera Expo Center. This 4-star hotel is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Palacongressi di Remini and 3.7 mi (6 km) from Italy in Miniature.Make yourself at home in o...

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Quarto família, 2 quartos

Max. 4 adults and 3 children


Quarto quádruplo

Max. 4 adults and 3 children


Quarto casal ou duplo econômico, Vista parcial para o mar

Max. 2 adults


Quarto casal ou duplo clássico, Vista parcial para o mar

Max. 2 adults and 1 child


Quarto triplo

Max. 3 adults and 2 children


Suíte júnior

Max. 4 adults and 3 children

Property Info

Check-in starts at: 14:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

With a stay at Hotel Baia Imperiale & Spa in Rimini (San Giuliano a Mare), you'll be a 5-minute drive from Rimini Beach and 6 minutes from Rimini Fiera Expo Center. This 4-star hotel is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Palacongressi di Remini and 3.7 mi (6 km) from Italy in Miniature.Make yourself at home in one of the 52 guestrooms featuring minibars and LCD televisions. Rooms have private balconies. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature complimentary toiletries and bid...

Viale Ortigara, 16 San Giuliano - Rimini, RN - Italy - 47921

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Check-in starts at: 14:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Great place , comfortable and reasonable price

Reviewed 16 october, 2022

Very high quality food and beverage, friendly Staff, lovely Spa ... The most important: just by the sea 🌊 . 30 seconds walking and you are on the sandy beach . The terrace give you an amazing view, where you can make a tan . 👌

Parisa S

Nostalgic return to San Giuliano.

Reviewed 15 october, 2022

We spent 2 excellent nights at the Imperiale, revisiting San Guiliano after a gap of several years. All the staff at reception and in the restaurant were so helpful and friendly, dinner and breakfast were very good. We used the hotel bikes to once again visit the beautiful centro storico of Rimini, Piazza Cavour, the Tempio Malatestiano, the Fellini museo and the redevelopment around the Rocca. An added bonus was talking football with Guido and his friends in the evening. Thanks everyone.

colin d

Excellent stay-we will come back!

Reviewed 1 october, 2022

This hotel has been a very pleasant experience. Its location is close to the beach, supermarket is not far and it can be accessed by public transport. The staff is very friendly, professional and competent. Their cuisine is exeptional! We were very happy with every single item of our menue on every evening. The spa is nice, but the temperature of the sauna was over 100° degrees which was a bit too hot for us. Our room had a bit of mold on the ceiling which probably came from the air-condition. This will certainly be fixed by the hotel over the winter. We had a very good time there, in spite of some flooding, which was of course not the responsibility of the hotel. The hotel is run by a very good family and we can only recommend this place!



Reviewed 8 september, 2022

The breakfast was varied and tasty. There were vegan options, cereal, nuts, fruit, cakes, eggs, ham, etc. The staff was very friendly and helpful. For a 4* hotel, this was hugely disappointing. I have stayed in Venice at a 3* hotel before and the experience was not in the least comparable. This is not luxurious in the least. It's just masquerading as such, if that makes sense. The room was a bit smaller than it looks like in the pictures. The balcony was minuscule. The bathroom was very cramped and dark and in desperate need of updating. The toilet seat was unstable/broken, the shower head was faulty with a broken/twisted cord, the sink towel stand was broken, the sink was corroded, the mirror was not in good shape as well. There radiator was quite dusty. We were unfortunate enough to end up in a room on the left side, so the view was a parking lot, an outdoor restaurant and you could also see straight into the next apartment building's balconies. There was a beach side view. At night it was extremely loud, with people outside, speaking loudly over the music until 12am. There were shutters for the balcony door, but not for the window, so they were basically useless. There were curtains as well, but because the wall is not straight (as to accommodate a skewed balcony), some of the light could not be blocked, and there sure were a lot of light outside, all night. Of course, after 12, people were coming in being loud on the hallway for a while as well. Breakfast starts at 7:30, so lot of children (and adults and pets) running and being loud around the hallway all morning too. PS: We stayed in room 416 (4th floor), witch is definitely not soundproof, like managements suggested in some other comments.


Wonderful holiday at Baia Imperiale

Reviewed 24 july, 2022

We stayed for 9 nights at this hotel, and it was great. Friendly and helpful staff (special mention to Mari who was excellent at the restaurant) and easy access to the beach. Food at the restaurant was very tasty; we had half boar with breakfast and dinner, and it worked really well. Breakfast had plenty of options to choose from, including fresh fruit, cooked breakfast items and a cold item buffet. Dinner options of good variety and local wine included for dinner. Delicious food, and especially some of the seafood pasta dishes and starters were excellent!!! 5th floor panoramic terrace was wonderful for enjoying the view of Rimini coast. Use of indoor pool was also a nice option, and you were never too crowded in there as there was a booking system for 1 hour slots at the pool. Getting to Rimini Town centre was easy either by taking a bus, or the little ferry that got you across the canal. The hotel also had a free bike hire, but no kids bikes, and as our kids were too old for toddler bike seats, we opted for walking/using the bus to go to town. Highly recommend this hotel for a more quiet, relaxing and family friendly stay at Rimini.