The leading beach resort & spa of the Mediterranean
The Hotel Romazzino dominates the extraordinary turquoise-green bay with its whitewashed walls, its flowing lines and arched windows. The flower gardens lead gently to a long white sandy beach, just a few steps away.
It is the epitome of unrivalled indulgent relaxation, perfect for vacationers who want to have a full beach resort experience with a private beach, two swimming pools (fresh water and sea water), tennis court, outdoor gym and an endless choice of leisure and sport activities.
Experience the magnificent Costa Smeralda's nature and landscape behind the steering wheel of an Aston Martin.Discover
The Secret Play Garden, nestled in the heart of the superb Hotel Romazzino, is a fun park for the youngest guests, designed as an enchanted garden.Discover
Designed in 1965 by architect Michele Busiri VicI, between 2011 and 2013 the Hotel Romazzino added 6 Villas with private pool to its collection. The Hotel Romazzino has 100 guest rooms, all with sea or garden view.
On the hotel's top floor, the Presidential Suite welcomes the most discerning travellers with resplendent space and the fine appointments of homeExplore
The Royal Suite offers unrivalled comfort with a spacious master bedroom, two bathrooms, separate living and dining areas, and an impressive terrace.Explore
Unrivaled Sea view, on the High floor of the Hotel, with a Balcony overlooking the beautiful Romazzino's Bay.Explore
For guests seeking a bit more space and privacy, our Premium Suites offer a separate living area in addition to a roomy sleeping area, and two bathrooms.Explore
Providing views of the lush hotel gardens or the stunning Romazzino bay, Deluxe Suites include a private terrace and an enchanting living area.Explore
Perfectly set in Hotel Romazzino’s lush gardens, the five 3 Bedroom Villas - Turchese, Zaffiro, Ambra, Giada, Aquamarina - offer the perfect option for a holiday to be shared with family and friends.Explore
A masterpiece of sophisticated simplicity, the hotel’s Five-Bedroom Villa—also known as Villa Smeralda—perfectly accompanies its lush, vibrant surroundings.Explore
The Hotel Romazzino debuted in 1965, designed by architect Michele Busiri Vici, considered the father of Mediterranean architecture and already well known throughout Sardinia for his Stella Maris Church in Porto Cervo.Discover
In 1965, in an area rich of rosemary, the elegant Hotel Romazzino was designed by architect Michele Busiri Vici.Discover