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Romantic Hotels in Italy


Italy, one of the most romantic countries in the world, is a favourite honeymoon destination.

In Venice, the Danieli is considered to be one of the most luxurious and romantic hotels. Its historic interiors — built in 1300, and decorated with rich marble, chandeliers, and antiques — evoke images of the Old World. Its guests have included Dickens, Charlie Chaplin, Proust, Greta Garbo and Wagner. Ernest Hemingway, on the other hand, preferred the Gritti Palace: “the best hotel in the city of great hotels". It has an excellent view of the Grand Canal, and the view of moon’s reflections on the water is very romantic indeed.

The Amalfi Coast offers the romance of the sea, with hotels providing excellent views of the ocean, and often providing spa amenities and short cruises. The Palazzo Sasso is considered the most luxurious hotel in the area, while the more affordable Hotel Miramalfi is a popular alternative for those who are working on tighter budgets. The Hotel Bonadies is a serene, peaceful escape that is favoured by writers and artists.

Rome is a romantic city, but its hotels are often spartan. The Hotel Capo d’Africa not only has the latest amenities, it is conveniently located near the Colosseum and the outdoor terraces allow delightful al fresco dining.

But the most romantic places you can stay in are the villas, such as the Villa del Rose in Napoli, the Villa al Mare and the Villa li Galli in Sorrento, are just two of the intimate and panoramic escapes that let you feel like the king and queen of your private castle.

You can also stay at the Hotel Villa San Michele, in Florence. This refurbished monastery built in the 15th century has fantastic views of and a façade that was designed by Michelangelo. Rich with history, resplendent in its beauty, the monastery is one of Europe’s most romantic escapes.


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