Nothing is more romantic than a honeymoon in Italy. Just imagine the number of times that couples have walked, hand in hand, down the streets and along the canals. A country filled with romance, glamor and fashion along with its rolling countryside, intimate cafes and sweet wines, Italy is for sure one of the top destinations in Europe for honeymooners.  In Italy, honeymoons are more than just romantic getaways – they’re experiences that stay with you for a lifetime. Thus if you want to add more romance to your Italy honeymoon, you might want to consider staying in one of these hotels.

1. Santa Caterina in Amalfi

The elegant Hotel Santa Caterina, a superb, privately owned retreat in a stunning location. It is stylish and luxurious with service to match. The hotel is situated at the summit of an extensive property, which begins along the Amalfi Drive and tumbles down to the water on a series of bougainvillea cascades, with vast lemon and orange groves covering numerous natural terraces. The suites are the most striking of all, with their sunken whirlpool baths, exquisite hand painted floor tiles, immense windows and terraces overlooking the Amalfi Coast are guaranteed to make your Italy honeymoon a truly memorable one.

2. Relais Santa Croce in Florence

In historic downtown Florence, an eighteenth century palazzo is home to the exclusive and elegant 5-star luxury rooms at the Hotel Relais Santa Croce, just around the corner from Piazza Duomo. You’ll be enchanted by these truly extraordinary settings with sumptuous furnishings and frescoes ceilings while being assisted by our highly professional staff. It is the ideal destination for those seeking a romantic accommodation through their honeymoon in Italy.

3. La Loconda di San Francesco in Montepulciano

Above the historical center of Montepulciano sits a magnificent palazzo from the 14th century, recently restored to its ancient splendor and looking onto one of the most beautiful squares in town, Piazza San Francesco, and out across the Val D’Orcia. This site, so full of history and with unparalleled views onto the valleys of Chiana and D’Orcia, has become an exclusive retreat to enjoy the real Tuscany. The unique atmosphere of La Locanda is created by the antique furnishings, the exclusivity of just four rooms and the breathtaking views across the two valleys and the lakes of Trasimeno, Chiusi and Montepulciano. The incomparable position, at the sunniest and highest point of the town, ensures light-filled rooms even on winter days. La Locanda’s atmosphere of comfort and hospitality, for a holiday immersed in emblematic Tuscan panoramas, ensures you a romantic accommodation at the heart of the historical center of Montepulciano, just a few steps from Piazza Grande.

4. Luna Baglioni in Venice

Ideally positioned a stone’s throw from Piazza San Marco, right in the heart of Venice facing the San Marco Basin and the island of San Giorgio, the Luna Hotel Baglioni is situated a short distance from the most famous historical and artistic attractions of the city. This historic Venetian hotel is housed in a magnificent, aristocratic Venetian palace and offers its guests an intimate, welcoming atmosphere combined with impeccable service. The city’s unbeatable romantic atmosphere and the hotel’s unique charm are primarily the best combination for an Italy honeymoon in Venice.

5. Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni in Bellagio, Lake Como

The Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni is one of the oldest and most elegant hotels in the Lake Como area, and the only 5-star deluxe hotel in Bellagio. The salons and the large lakeside garden offer honeymooners the chance to enjoy a romantic Italy honeymoon in Lake Como far from the madding crowd and close to nature, immersed in one of the most beautiful panoramas in Italy. Lovers of peace and quiet can alternate the pleasure of a poolside drink with beauty treatments and programs at Villa Serbelloni SPA, the hotel’s own beauty farm. Or they can set off from the private dock for a motorboat trip to the historic gardens along the lake which, in spring time, attract tourists from all over the world: especially for the wonderful flowering of the azaleas.