SEARCH

Best hotels in Montenegro

Best hotels in Montenegro

The Chedi Luštica Bay

This five-star hotel is the first of Luštica Bay’s hotel offerings. Nestled along a stretch of Adriatic coastline in the north western bay of Trašte, Luštica Bay is a marina town which offers an assortment of lifestyle facilities, not to mention a marina to moor your Sunseeker yacht.

Best for: Those wanting to get out and about on the open water. The marina is a haven for those happiest afloat, and the location means it’s an easy boat ride to Dubrovnik, or alternatively to the largest lake in the Balkans in Lake Sadar National Park.

Aman Sveti Stefan

Outside terrace adjacent to reception

Located on Sveti Stefan island, this seasonal, high-end resort has an undoubtedly village-style feel. A mere 2km from Praskvica Monastery and 11km from Budva Old Town, it’s the ideal location to explore the surrounding area. Spa cottages, three pools and restaurants ensure that your every whim is catered for.

Best for: Those who want to indulge and be pampered. The spa itself is enough reason to visit; the team uses hundreds of local foraged herbs in their treatments.

Regent Porto Montenegro

Elegant, aristocratic and refined, the Regent Porto’s aesthetic was inspired by noble Venetian-Renaissance architecture. The hotel overlooks the Porto marina, which brims with chic cafes, boutiques and yachting outlets. Located on the edge of Tivat, the hotel boasts some spectacular dining opportunities – ensure you try The Murano Restaurant.

Best for: The nostalgic and romantics among us. Everything, from the interiors to the exteriors, is cemented in a bygone age. It also affords a spectacular view of the bay, often punctuated with luxury super yachts

This article was published in Sunseeker Magazine, Issue 60

Catherine McMaster
Editor | Writer | Content Producer Editor - Sunseeker Magazine Editor - Gaggenau Magazine Editor - Unique Magazine Contributing Editor - THE SUN | NEWS UK

You May Also Like

Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: