From royal residence-style getaways to arresting marina views; discover the best places to stay in Montenegro
While Podgorica may be Montenegro’s capital, it's the towns lining the coast that steal the show. Kotor in particular is an ideal place to immerse yourself into the country's incredible beauty. Filled with cobbled streets and medieval-style buildings topped with terracotta roofs, the town looks out onto a scene that echoes the Norwegian fjords, with dramatic mountains set around the serene bay. Right on the sparkling UNESCO-protected Bay of Kotor, royal residence-style getaway Regent Porto Montenegro has arresting views of the still jewel-blue water and pretty cliffs. Making the most of these views is the 20-metre infinity lap pool. For an extra special dining experience, opt for an intimate dinner in the Italian Garden for vistas of the sparkling bay and marina.
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A slice of Venetian la dolce vita on the shores of the Bay of Kotor.
At the foot of a bottle-green mountain, Perast opens up like a pop-up book from the shores of the Bay of Kotor. With just one main street forming the ...
A royal residence-style getaway set on the sparkling UNESCO-protected Bay of Kotor.
This Italian summer village-style residence has arresting views of the still jewel-blue water and pretty cliffs of the Bay of Kotor (Boka Bay). It’s j...
A shiny newcomer on the hotel scene in Luštica Bay, Montenegro’s emerging destination.
The pace shifts down a few gears at The Chedi Luštica Bay. Montenegrins go by the saying 'Samo Polako', or slow living, which means to be in the here ...