Clarion Hotel Admiral Palace
Viale Giovanni Pascoli 145
Phone: (39) 0541 392239
Fax: (39) 0541 389562
Viale Giovanni Pascoli 145, Rimini, IT, 47921
- Phone: (39) 0541 392239
- Fax: (39) 0541 389562
Cinema Arena Astra is everyone's favorite cinema in Rimini. Intimate and homely to the hilt, it screens foreign films and mainstream blockbusters too. Everyone's tastes are catered to here which is why it has grown to be so popular despite numerous cinemas mushrooming around the town. Call for details.
Mostly foreign releases. Sometimes they show films that are second release.
Home to Rimini's soccer team, Rimini F.C., the Stadio Romeo Neri opened in 1930 and ever since has been hosting some of the city's main events. The stadium is named for the first Olympian from Rimini, Romeo Neri, who participated in the 1928 Games in Amsterdam and the 1932 games in Los Angeles. It holds just under 10,000 spectators thanks to renovations done in 2005, so come by for some great Serie B soccer!
Riche Monde is literally for the rich in the city. The elite and the upper society frequent this club for some great nightly entertainment. Featuring striptease shows each night, the club ropes the best of striptease artists who promise to provide you with some great entertainment. The club entails a very captivating atmosphere with soft, soulful music playing in the background and dim lightings. The luxurious and opulent seating will give you all the privacy you want. And with some great drinks served all night long, it won't be too long before you hit the dance floor.
This place is located on the corso right in the center of Rimini close to Arco d'Augusto and is therefore in the middle of a very busy area. If you come by car, you should park in the car-park near the Arch. The cinema has 300 large and comfortable seats in both the stalls and balcony. There is access for the disabled. The films shown are all new, and mostly American and Italian.
With an excellent selection, patrons can enjoy a number of movies at reasonable prices. Whether it is a blockbuster or a lesser known film, feel free to accompany your experience with popcorn, candy, and refreshments from the snack bar.
Have you ever watched a film while sitting on the beach, your toes in the sand and only the moon to light the scene? You can at Rimini with Amarena, the film venue that shows older films, free of charge, directly on the beach. This has to be the best way to enjoy cinema during the summer months. It is often crowded and the audience is usually lively, so it is great evening out.
Located at the heart of the downtown Rimini, the Teatro Ermete Novelli is a center for series of cultural programs. The state-of-the-art facility has a seating capacity for around 300 spectators and hosts events ranging from concerts, music shows to comedy performances and opera. An apt platform for amateurs and professional performers alike, the theater is an ideal place to catch up on more than 30 events and festivals happening throughout the year. Call ahead for more information.
This large cinema is situated in Piazza Cavour, an attractive square that is especially pretty at night. The cinema has wide, comfortable seats and a bar though somewhat lacking in selection. The films shown are run-of-the-mill, but the cinema sometimes sets aside evenings for Essai film fairs (the one entitled "Architecture in the cinema" was very interesting).
This cinema close to Piazza Cavour and near Sant'Agostino church offers an oasis of culture. It is the only cinema to regularly offer films of artistic quality, most of which have won awards at international festivals. The disadvantages are the discomfort of the wooden seats, the small auditorium, a poor quality bar and the complete lack of access for wheelchairs.
This auditorium is set in the complex of a former convent whose church dates back to 1256. The theater was, at one point, a cinema, but now it hosts lectures, concerts and performances.
This open air cinema is located in the little square next to the Sant'Agostino cinema. It is surrounded by stone walls which give it a characteristic air and make it very suitable for film projections on the big screen. It is only open during the Summer, and shows a good program of old films (called "Cinema Under the Stars") including the main films which came out during the Winter. The opening of the cinema is looked forward to every year by the local people who love to watch a good film in the fresh air, under a beautiful, starry sky. Corte degli Agostiniani is open daily 9:30 pm onwards.