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What We Love

  • A five-star hotel along the Italian Riviera, with breakfast, a suite option and moreThe unrivaled position on the Italian Riviera, overlooking the sparkling Mediterranean Sea
  • Sanremo’s balmy year-round climate, which makes for a pleasant spring stay
  • Staying in a Leading Hotel of the World, surrounded by five-star luxury

What To Know

  • The spa has a sauna, hot tub and Turkish bath
  • It's a 10-minute walk to the beach
  • The poolside restaurant is a favorite among guests
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Overview

A graceful Leading Hotel of the World on the Medierranean seafront, with the option of sea views

The Lowdown

Exuding graceful tradition and elegance, the five-star Royal Hotel Sanremo is named after the charming Italian seaside resort in which it stands. This Leading Hotels of the World member and TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner is an all-white beauty, with green shutters and balconies that gaze out toward the Mediterranean Sea. In between, you’ll find manicured sub-tropical gardens strewn with palms and an inviting heated seawater swimming pool, an imaginatively designed mix of rocks and tiles, arched bridges and a hideaway cave.
Step past two imposing statues through the revolving doors to the lobby, with sculptures, marble pillars and gilt-framed paintings. The refined taste continues throughout the accommodations, three restaurants showcasing Ligurian and Mediterranean cuisine, and Bar delle Rose, with its frescoed ceilings and padded leather stools. Take time off at the contemporary Zen-like spa, where you can pass a pleasant few hours getting professionally pampered, and work off any excess energy in the pool, on the tennis court or in the gym.

How to Get There

Royal Hotel Sanremo
Corso Imperatrice 80
San Remo, Italy

Reviews

AN OLD PALACE
jjborgstedt

This 100 old Palace is been lately reshape and modernised. Rooms are large and clear . The location is nice most rooms have a see view.. Unfortunately between the Hotel and the sea there is a very busy road with 24 hours traffic.very noisily. Forget the sea beach, dirty, water not clear specially in the busy summer months.
The swimming pool is nice but very busy. The kids Club is nice and they take children from 09:00 to 20:00..
The restaurants are nice and if you like fishes and sea food l recommend them.

Musica Dolce, Maestro Nello Cuppone
Shelley R

Every summer when we are in France, we make an excursion to the Royal Hotel in Sanremo for several days to savor the beauty, gentility and grace of time that stands still. From the Gio Ponte designed pool to the vintage Murano chandeliers, we are transported to days of la dolce vita. Amazing food, ambience and service - and let me make special mention of the breakfast that is truly a feast in the most splendid of breakfast rooms. But what really rests in our souls is the musical genius and warmth of the nightly pianist Maestro Nello Cuppone. I must digress a bit. We are music lovers and my husband was a Broadway performer/singer for many years so we know music in a deep and critical way. Maestro plays random pieces for those who rush through the evening lobby and may hardly notice, but when he has an audience then the real performance begins. Ask him in particular about Italian music and the amazing musician that he is comes out to play. We are particularly fond of Italian music of the 50's thru '70's - the songs of the Dolce Vita of our youth and Maestro has stories about the personas of those times and of the lyrics. He transports you to gentler, sexier and more evocative days in so many ways. And suddenly a crowd gathers, and yes, we ask for Volare and sing it all together as though we have never heard it before!!! Once on the terrace of the Villa d'Este I told the pianist that I did not come to Italy to hear New York, New York or Andrew Lloyd Webber!!! I am not sure that the Royal Administration understands what a treasure they have in this musician. I realized this summer when we wanted to take Signore Cuppone to dinner, that Maestro does not have even one night off in his schedule. Please guard and do not overwork this treasure - he, like the Royal Hotel itself, are the last of their kind!
Dr. Shelley Reciniello Ardao

Even better than last visit
drvelo

I've bben there with foreign friends , and found noteworthy improvements , especially in the cuisine , with a much wider offer and excellent quality . All employees and staff have been very kind and helpful , taking care of us despite the unexpected crowd at the breakfast time . Very good rooms , fast service for housekeeping , laundry etc .