The UNESCO World Heritage city of Kotor is an unmissable destination along the Adriatic coastline, famed for its cultural, social and artistic values having played an invaluable role in the diffusion of Mediterranean culture across the Balkans.
Hotel Villa Duomo , located in the Old Town of Kotor, offers studios and apartments with original features and antique furniture providing guests with an authentic Montenegrin experience. Situated next to St Tryphon Cathedral, close to the Maritime Museum and the Church of St Luke, residents of Hotel Villa Duomo will truly feel immersed in local life.
Set in a quiet street in the Old Town of Kotor, Cattaro Lux Apartment offers a luxurious alternative to a Hotel and features a mixture of traditional rustic decor and lavish modern amenities. Centrally positioned, guests are just steps from all that Kotor has to offer with cultural highlights located in the Square of Arms including the monumental clock tower, Napoleon’s Theatre and a multitude of restaurants whilst the nearest beach is just 200 meters away.
Budva, one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic coast, showcases a wealth of ancient architecture influenced by Venetian design typical of the region. Budva welcomes over 550,000 guests throughout the summer season, its vast cultural heritage, architecture, and vibrant nightlife is credited for turning Budva into the most attractive tourist destination in Montenegro.
Avala Resort and Villas is and impressive contemporary hotel set on a striking beachfront location close to the port and a variety of sumptuous restaurants. On site facilities include a lavish Lounge Bar and fine dining Italian restaurant, the Energy Clinic Spa club and a selection of panoramic outdoor pools.
5km from the centre of Budva, Hotel Aleksandar is a stylish and contemporary hotel featuring a wellness centre including sauna, Turkish bath and a fitness area. The architectural line, luxurious cuisine and panoramic views make Hotel Aleksanda a popular choice with the modern traveller in Montenegro.
Tivat, the youngest town in the Boka region, has seen rapid development in line with its rich nautical history. Situated in the Bay of Kotor, recent expansion of Porto Montenegro draws wealthy mega yacht owners to the region tipped as the ‘Monaco of the Southern Adriatic’. Such developments have significantly raised the profile of the area as well as the luxurious facilities available to guests throughout the town of Tivat.
Overlooking Tivat Bay, Eco Hotel Carrubba is located in the picturesque village of Donja Lastva. Recently refurbished using local stone, marble, wood and granite, Eco Hotel Carrubba provides guests with a modern yet authentic feel, whilst the use of solar panels, a modern waste-water treatment system and geothermal heating ensure ecological integrity in this attractive location.
Hotel Magnolia is another popular choice. With 55 rooms and apartments, Hotel Magnolia takes pride in its service and hospitality catering to both business and leisure travellers. Accommodation affords luxurious views across the beautiful Magnolia square, city fountain and Tivat’s glorious coastline from private balconies and terraces.
Hotel San is a modern offering with comfortable accommodation across 19 rooms and 3 three-bed apartments. The well-equipped accommodation offers residents sea views from individual terraces as well as a private sandy beach for use of hotel residents only. Hotel San’s formal restaurant and garden terrace serve a rich variety of speciality dishes and the breakfast offering is a particular favourite for most guests.
Travelling on a limited budget?
Montenegro Hostel provide a great option for those eager to appreciate all that Montenegro has to offer on a tighter budget with three properties offering guests an authentic Montenegrin experience. Owing thanks to hand picked locations inside the historic Old Town districts of their respective destinations, Kotor, Budva and Podgorica, guests reside within typical ancient architecture. The in house tour operator proves popular with guests, providing a variety of daytrips to explore Montenegro’s picturesque coastline, imposing mountains, lakes and canyons and the rich cultural heritage of local lifestyles.