Since the early 1900s, lovebirds have been flocking to luxurious lakeside property Grand Hotel Tremezzo — so grand, in fact, it was featured in the 1932 Greta Garbo film, Grand Hotel. This "happy, sunny place," as Garbo called it, also oozes romance. You don't even have to leave the family-owned hotel to experience the magic of Lake Como — it's in the swoosh of a passing motorboat, the clink of Campari spritzes and bright pops of the hotel's signature orange. Wander through the landscaped gardens, take a swim in one of three pools (including a floating pool right on the lake), book a couples massage at T Spa overlooking the water, listen to the tinkling piano at the swanky T Bar, and toast over gold- and saffron-speckled risotto at restaurant La Terrazza. It's tempting to cuddle in a four-poster bed and stare at the glittering water, but when the coastline of historic mansions and villas beckon, hop aboard Tremezzo's private Venetian motorboat and see if you can spot a Clooney. The resort also has access to the nearby 16th-century private residence Villa Sola Cabiati, where they'll set up a glamorous romantic picnic al fresco — amongst the frescos, of course.