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Hotel Name: Park Hotel Kursaal Misano Adriatico
City: Misano Adriatico
Address: Via Litoranea Sud 36
Overall Rating: 4.2/5
Description: Situated only 10 km/6.2 miles from Rimini, Italy, the Park Hotel Kursaal is a recently refurbished hotel offering all modern comforts. Located on the seafront, just steps from a beautiful sandy beach, this property lies near the city centre of Misano Adriatico and Portoverde marina where you can find several bars, restaurants, shops, clubs and pubs. The hotel features a big garden with children’s play area, outdoor swimming pool, relax area with Finnish sauna, Turkish bath, emotional shower and Kneipp track. Hotel facilities also include air conditioning in the lobby, Internet Point, free wireless Internet access in the entire structure, restaurant (open only in the summer period), bar, free parking lots. Misano Adriatico lies between Riccione and Cattolica on the Adriatic coast, not far from Rimini. The town is a small Italian seaside resort modernised by the local council in the past few years. The resort offers shady boulevards where you can find boutiques, restaurants, bars and cafes. The seafront is a maze of attractive pathways and cycle tracks. The beach is spacious and perfectly equipped. For bicycle lovers, Misano is a good starting point for visiting the splendid countryside where all of the villages are rich in history and culture. From Misano you can easily reach San Leo, San Marino, Ravenna as well as important Italian cities such as Bologna, Florence and Venice. Please note: During the winter season, the wellness centre is open only during weekends. The hotel restaurant is open only during the summer season.
Check in from 12:00 PM, Check out prior to 10:00 AM
Park Hotel Kursaal Misano directions to Misano Circuit:
MotoGP Accommodation and Hotels for San Marino – Misano
The Misano World Circuit (Marco Simoncelli) is a circuit in Italy near the town of Misano Adriatico (Rimini Province) in Santamonica. The circuit was originally designed in 1969, with a length of 3.4 kilometres (2.1 miles), and hosted the first event in 1972. In 1993, the track length was increased to 4 kilometres (2.5 miles). This cirucit is host to the San Marino MotoGP 2019.