With its international appeal and a five-star hospitality, the Grand Hotel Rimini boasts a century of history always in the mark of the mythical Federico Fellini.

Amarcord the Grand Hotel
A 110 years’ long journey

A 110 years’ long journey that since July 1908 marks the summers on the Riviera Romagnola, contributing to build the history of Rimini.
Since its opening the Grand Hotel has been the ideal stage of a colourful show played by characters whose stories have generated legends.
A fantastic atmosphere which Federico Fellini’s great genius made immortal in his movies.



In AMARCORD the dream lives again

The Grand Hotel Rimini came to worldwide fame thanks to the genius of Federico Fellini who, in its 1973 movie, Amarcord, exalted its charm, fixing it forever in a timeless dimension. Mr. Titta Benzi, one of the best friends of Fellini, remembers the hours spent outside of the Grand Hotel peeking through the hedge to spy on the unreal world of the rich people.

A hotel turned into a national monument

Since its inauguration in 1908, the Grand Hotel Rimini has lived in step with the history of Italy, protagonist of the story of the Riviera development and of the Italian tourism; it became a national monument in 1994.

For Antonio Batani, love at first sight

In 2007 the hotel became part of the prestigious Batani Select Hotels group, owned by the Batani family. Speaking of the historical hotel, Antonio Batani used to say: “Having been the fiancé of this beautiful lady for so many years, at last I’ve married her!”, and he was really in love when he began the great refurbishment project that returned the legendary hotel to its original magnificence.


Grand Hotel Rimini

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