A honeymoon by the sea, with the beauty and romance of Italy on all sides...welcome to the Royal Hotel Sanremo. Here, in a coastal region appropriately known as the Flowers Riviera, you're welcomed in like a royal couple...from the sea breeze kissing your cheeks while you lounge or take a spa on the veranda to the ornately-decorated lobby and rooms, every detail here fulfills the hotel's royal name. This is everything a honeymoon in Italy should be.
The entire property is designed as a lush subtropical garden; every time you inhale you get the sweet scent of the luscious flowers that pepper the finely-manicured grounds. Stroll along the hotel's pathways and explore the 16,000 square-meter garden park and then return to your room, flooded with natural light and experience stunningly romantic views of the ocean and verdant hills of the Riviera.
Rejuvenate in the spa after fun-filled days exploring nearby sights like the medieval old town of Pigna. Or rent a car and drive to Nice, France, just over the border. Ride on horseback through this breathtaking region or explore on foot the rolling olive groves and then skip off to explore the ancient history of the Argentina Valley.
Or just kick back and relax on the beach, your every need tended to by the hotel's world-class hospitality experts. It's your honeymoon, after all, and at Royal Hotel Sanremo, your every whim is met: when you honeymoon here, the Flowers Riviera is yours to discover.
The Best Parts of Royal Hotel Sanremo
- Horseback riding
- 18-hole golf course
- Stroll through the hotel's lush gardens
- Joggging and cycling paths
- Spa treatments
- Nearby sightseeing
- 19th-century town to explore
- Restaurant Fiori di Murano: With beautiful views of the park and sea out the windows and fine chandeliers above you, this is the perfect place to sample the flavors and culinary traditions of the finest Mediterranean and Ligurian cuisine.
- Restaurant Corallina: Dine on lunch, snacks, and an extensive brunch buffet right by the pool for an al fresco experience.
- Restaurant il Giardino: For al fresco dining surrounded by fine gardens and lit by candles, try Restaurant il Giardino for an intimate honeymoon date.
- The Bar Delle Rose: Sip fine wines, champagnes, and every type of cocktail under the sun, all in a calming setting where you can drink and laugh the night away.
- Capriccio Gourmet: This restaurant provides guests with a gastronomic experience that tantalizes each of the five senses. Explore authentic dishes of the Flowers Riviera, prepared with the freshes local ingredients and served with a special twist by executive chef Moreno Picchietti.
- Deluxe spa and wellness center
- Tennis courts
- Fitness center
- Yacht Club Sanremo
- Swimming pool designed by Gio Ponti
- Gorgeous beaches
- Air conditioning
- Direct phone line and voicemail
- Free Wi-Fi
- TV with wide selection of channels, on-demand HD entertainment and USB port
- Bathrobe and slippers
- 24-hour room service
- Twice-daily housekeeping service
- In-house laundry and ironing
- AC 220V power
- Dolceacqua's Doria Castle
- The Romanesque bridge
- 18-hole course at Circolo Golf degli Ulivi
- Handicraft shops
- Rossese wine tasting cellars cellars
- Apricale, perched on a slope of olive groves
- Lucertola Castle
- Art museum and beautiful wall murals
- Bajardo, nestled at the top of a rock spur for views over the Maritime Alps
- The artwork of Pigna
- The village of Seborga, situated on a panoramic hill
- "Village of Witches" Molini di Triora & Triora
- Taggia, rich in medieval and Baroque monuments
- The Villa Hanbury Gardens on the Mortola promontory for 18 hectares of splendid subtropical plants from all over the world
- The Balzi Rossi; a Ligurian archaeological site and museum with spectacular caves where humans used to live in the Paleolithic Era
- Bordighera, the town of palms
- Bussana Vecchia, rebuilt by Italian and foreign artists after having been destroyed by the 1887 earthquake
- Cervo, a typical fishing village with its beautiful cathedral
- Imperia's Olive Oil Museum, awarded the Europen Prize “Museum of the Year” in 1993
- Whale watching at the Ligurian Sea Cetacean Sanctuary