San Remo’s extraordinary climate contributes to the acclimatization of our many tropical botanical species.
As you arrive at our hotel, you are welcomed into our inviting lobby which is surrounding by a magnificent greenhouse which is host to two amazing species of Monstera, a tropical Latin American plant of great leaves and exposed roots. Once inside the greenhouse, you’ll marvel at the Philodendron plants, Howea Forseteriana (also known as Kenties) and an elegant Ficus Lyrata.
The gardens which surround our main building are home to:
Exotic plant lovers will be thrilled to find several species of free spins Euphorbia Eritrea plants with heights of nearly 10 meters, Aloe Vera bushes and several different cactuses.
Your senses will reach new heights with Ligurian aromas of great rosemary, salvia, lavender and mint bushes. Beautiful roses can be found next to our fountain.
Adorning the front entrance to our restaurant are species of:
Our resort extends onto two nearby parcels of land that both boast different eras in history. Around the swimming pool there is a botanical garden created around 1870 that once was part of a Villa owned by a British Minister.
Further enriching our gardens are ten centennial palm trees of the Phoenix Canariensis variety, ranging from 10 – 15 meters tall, and a Brahea Armata, also known as a Blue palm tree, which produce flowers on a bi-annual basis.
Surrounding the children’s playground like a picture frame are three magnificent Eucalyptus trees originally from Australia, New Zealand and New Guinea.
Near the majestic centennial trees, several other rare species that have now been acclimatized can be found such as: