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  • Writer's pictureJessie Ladipo

Sexiest Honeymoon Hotels in Rome

Rome is rightfully one of the world's most renowned treasures. It's a city overflowing with unique experiences. Around every corner, surprises delight visitors. Couples considering Italy as their honeymoon destination should include some time spent wandering the streets of Rome. The Eternal City is Italy's capital and its most populated city with 3 million residents. Lying in the country's central part along gorgeous the Tiber River, Rome is Italy's most visited city and the third-most-popular destination in all of Europe. Here are the sexiest honeymoon hotels in Rome.

Ideally situated between the flamboyant Piazza del Popolo and the majestic Spanish Steps lies one of Rome's most beautiful hotels, the Hotel de Russie. One of the most striking features of this lavish luxury hotel is the far-reaching terraced gardens. Many suites boast lovely views of the spectacular gardens. When the weather turns warm, dine al fresco at the 'Le Jardin de Russie,' which lies in the middle of the hotel's Secret Garden, it is a truly magical experience.

St. Regis Rome – a dazzling mixture of history and charm – celebrates captivating Rome while preserving its timeless beauty for the 21st century. All the suites feel homey with cinnamon or powder blue tones, enhanced by cherished fabrics and art. The signature Butler Service magnifies every stay by connecting guests to Rome's hidden gems.

Are you looking for hedonistic pleasures? If yes, choose the smart and sassy Aleph Hotel. Its interior mirrors Dante's Divine Comedy. The lobby and lounge areas represent Inferno with its rich red and black accented decor. Caged marble lion statues and samurai warriors will greet you as soon as you arrive! Make your way up to Paradiso to enjoy an adult beverage as you gaze over the city from the hotel's rooftop bar.

On Via Condotti, with panoramic views of the Spanish Steps, Portrait Roma is a secret hideaway perfect for people in love. It is a boutique resort with only 14 suites dedicated to renowned designer Salvatore Ferragamo's life. The Portrait Roma lifestyle team will take care of your every need. Begin your day with breakfast on the rooftop, where the vistas sweep across the city and the Piazza di Spagna and the Villa Medici.

Palazzo Manfredi is a sumptuous historic villa that serves as a small boutique five-star hotel. The excellence is really in detail at this beautiful resort, from the opulent suites to the spectacular rooftop view of the Colosseum. The restaurant delivers some of the best local produce while you bask in the shadow of the world's most famous monument. Palazzo is family-run, and you will want for nothing. For an exceptionally romantic experience, book the Colosseum Suite set across two levels with an impressive view.

Movie Stars and heads of state alike love the Baglioni Hotel Regina for its prized Via Veneto location. It also happens to be my favorite hotel in Rome. It was built in 1892 and named for Queen Margherita of Savoy- the turn-of-the-century staircase is a marvel. You will find the elegance of the bygone era mixed with thoroughly modern conveniences. The lavish rooms possess a sleek art deco style with genuine details. Stop by the spa, which is a retreat in the middle of a bustling city.

Sister property to the spectacular Hotel de Russie, the new Hotel de la Ville has a prized real estate piece overlooking the Spanish Steps. A former 18th-century palazzo with a stunning rooftop garden offering sweeping views of the Roman skyline. The elegant suites (some of which feature expansive terraces) possess plush, playful, contemporary furniture and fabrics.

A five-minute stroll from the Spanish Steps will bring you to the doorstep of a former 19th-century manor home transformed into a lovely five-star hotel. The First Roma Arte features neutral decor and showcases more than 200 original contemporary artworks. The suites exhibit rotating pieces of art. Sample mouthwatering creations at the hotel's Michelin-starred restaurant; end the evening with cocktails at the magical panoramic terrace.

Family-owned and operated, Hotel Hassler Roma endures at the top of the Spanish Steps and is La Dolce Vita's epitome. In the hotel's 87 elegantly suites, you'll find classic and contemporary decor. The Hassler's, Michelin-starred restaurant, Imago, is an icon in Rome; it serves creative fare, which is as delectable as the views.

Located directly in front of the American Embassy on the prestigious Via Veneto is the Westin Excelsior. Its extraordinary appearance resembles a gorgeous wedding cake crowned with a grand cupola dome. The Westin's interior is downright dazzling; you will find elegant mirrors, fresh flowers, and crystal chandeliers throughout the hotel. Amenities include an indoor pool, full-service spa, and sauna.

Get your history fix by exploring the Eternal City, including Vatican City, Villa Borghese, the Pantheon, or the Colosseum. Wander the quaint streets of Trastevere, a neighborhood that hypnotizes with its old-world charm, cobblestone alleyways, and fascinating town squares like Piazza Santa Maria. Rome has a wealth of hotels catering to all budgets. But sifting through the endless possibilities can be difficult. These are the sexiest honeymoon hotels in Rome.

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