Hotel Mogren

Budva, 85310, Montenegro

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Hotel Mogren
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  • Gili_S's Profile Photo

    Old local hotel

    by

    As done in other location in the region, also here I selected one of the old style traditional hotels as well as one of the newest and fancy hotels. So this hotel Mogren was selected for being in excellent location just by the old city with beautiful old city view. It was very convenience for us who wanted to go back and forward and to hang around in this lovely old city. However, this hotel is really seems to way behind the time, in a way it felt like in the old Yugoslavia’s days, but not really in a bad way, just that do not expect too much and you could feel like going back in the time, so it is nice experience for a day or two when we stayed here :)
    Also the price of this hotel was reasonable.

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    Cosy living in the heart of a cosy coastal town

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    This hotel is a standard hotel with a reasonable price for everyone. All usual facilities and amenities existed.

    I would definitely recommend this hotel for anyone coming to Budva, as it is in the best possible location and having a nice staff. Also enough space to park your car.

    Unique Quality: Location. Right in the heart of the Budva town; you just walked out from the door and noticed you are standing in the middle of the gate leading to the fascinacting old town.

    Nice balconies facing to the sea, harbour and old town.

    Directions: You cannot miss it; it is on the main street leading through the town. A white building, blue curtains, balconies facing towards the sea and harbour. Palm trees in front.

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Cosy living in the heart of a cosy coastal town

by WanderingFinn about Hotel Mogren

This hotel is a standard hotel with a reasonable price for everyone. All usual facilities and amenities existed.

I would definitely recommend this hotel for anyone coming to Budva, as it is in the best possible location and having a nice staff. Also enough space to park your car. Location. Right in the heart of the Budva town; you just walked out from the door and noticed you are standing in the middle of the gate leading to the fascinacting old town.

Nice balconies facing to the sea, harbour and old town.

Fort Mogren

by vesna04

Mogren Fort was built much later, in 1860, during Austria-Hungary rule. As Citadela was protecting Budva from the south, Mogren was built on the west side for protection purposes as well. It was used as a strong military station for a long period of time.

Mogren beaches

by Aurorae

These two beaches stretch out from cape Mogren until hotel Avala. They are among the most attractive and most beauiful beaches.
It has a very fine quality of sand, not powder alike, but not the pebbles either, and wonderful vegetation behind! A lot of thick pine forests! The only way to access these beaches is passing through hotel complex Avala, and it's sort of exclusive... It is about 100-200m away from the old town.
Mogren beaches are situated in two sandy coves connected with a natural tunnel through the rocks. On the first one there is an open air bar/club.
The name comes from the Spanish sailor Mogrini who sufferred a shipwreck and arrived to one of the Mogren beaches. As a sign of his gratitude he build St.Antun church.

Mogren beaches

by vesna04

Located in Budva those two beaches are realy pearls on the Montenegrian coast. They are conected with the tunnel and sence there is a big hill in the backround they can only been reached from the sea or from the Avala Hotel complex. beach

Mogren - my love

by Oris

Though there are lot of wonderful beaches in Budva, I spent all my vocation on Mogren - the most beautiful beach I have ever been.There are two beaches are spreading out at the area from Mogren Cape to Vidikovac of the Avala hotel. The natural conditions of Mogren enlist them in the category of the most attractive beaches, with the sand of medium granulation at the beach and the sea bottom. The beach is extraordinary sunny and exposed to the south wind. From its backside it is protected by Spas hill which is overgrown with dense pine and oak forest. The beach can be accessed only through the Avala hotel complex, what makes the beach exclusive. It is 150m away from the Old town. Mogren consists of two sandy beaches 350m long, which are connected with a tunnel. These beaches were named after the Spanish seaman called Mogrinj who had a shipwreck and landed at one of them. As a sign of gratitude he built a church devoted to St. Anton.

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shopping in budva

by jentetur

hi=)
i'm goin to budva i june/july 2006 and i was wondering how the shopping abilities are? are there many shops and what kind fo shops. What's worth buying when in montenegro?

thank you for any responces =)

RE: shopping in budva

by Rodney_B

Although I am no shopping expert, I will try to provide some answers that you're after.

There are quite a lot of little shops in the Budva Old City (i.e. jewellery, boutiques) that provide reasonable choices for visitors. There are also a couple of souvenir shops - one is located near the Museum entry, opposite of caffe Casper.

The other area with small shopping stalls, which is quite popular with tourists from Serbia and Bosnia is the promenade toward Slovenska Plaza. In the peak season, there are quite a few of these there, selling everything.

For groceries, fruits & vegetables, I would go to "Trzni Centar" - rich market, fairly good "Mega Market" groceries shop plus plenty of more specialised shops around the area and on the 2nd floor.

If you're after something more specific, please let me know, so I can provide you with better info.

Hope this helps :)

RE: RE: shopping in budva

by jentetur

thank you very much!

do you know anything more about clothing stores? what types of clothes, brands and such?

it was very helpful=D

RE: RE: shopping in budva

by Rodney_B

For clothes, my pick would be the Old City in Budva. There are a number of really good boutiques there, and a few of them sell brand names (mainly Italian). Be warned though that they are not cheap.

RE: RE: shopping in budva

by jentetur

thank you=)
i'm really looking forward to going to budva=D

RE: RE: shopping in budva

by Rodney_B

I hope you will like the place and surrounding areas :)

Let me know if you need more info.

RE: RE: shopping in budva

by jentetur

i certainly will=D

RE: RE: shopping in budva

by Rodney_B

I forgot to mention - there is a fairly new development near Old City. It's between hotel "Mogren" and caffe "Pod Palmom", there are plenty of really nice clothes shops there, check them out.

beaches...

by frida_j82

Hi!

In late August a friend and I will stay in Budva for a week. Hopefully enjoying much sun :)

A small and maybe stupid question, but could anoyone tell me about the beaches? Which one is the most beautiful/nice beach in Budva?

Re: beaches...

by oneonta_ni

Hello Frida and welcome to VT. I was in Budva last year on a day trip and was really only there for an hour but we did have a walk along the beach. It is pebbly and lined with nightclubs. It looks like a very lively spot - day and night! There may be other beaches nearby but I only saw this one.

Montenegro is a beautiful country and the people seem very friendly to visitors. I hope you enjoy your visit.

Jane

Re: Re: beaches...

by NGBNGB

Good morning from Budva

The best beach in Budva is Mogren. t is only fwe minutes from Pld Touwn.There are 12 beach near Budva. Sveti Stefan is one of the best. You can take boat which can you bring to this beach, and after few ours bring you back.The price is 5 euro per person for retutn ticket.
Regards from Budva
Branko
Pls contact if you need help
adriaticclub@cg.yu

Re: beaches...

by Exp.

It depends on many things. The worst beach is Slovenska Plaza, the main and biggest city beach. It's just horrible. Many won't agree with me but that's my opinion.
NGBNGB mentioned Mogren, smaller but really cool beaches by the Old Town. There are two of them, Mogren I and II. The only thing about them is that the sun sets earlier than on other beaches, due to high rocks overlooking the beach.

Another much nicer beach then Slovenska yet just ok beach is Becici, 2 km from Budva.
If you don't have a car and are unwilling to take a boat or bus to some other beaches in the area, then you probably won't enjoy these beaches that much, with an exception of Mogren. You may, I don't know, but I just never ever go to these city beaches.

The best beach is, IMHO, and the one I visit the most, called Drobni Pijesak, located between Budva and Petrovac. It's kind of "hidden", and not that easily accessible. You can't reach it by car, you'll have to leave your car and then walk to it for a few minutes. It can be reached by boat as well. There are many boats offering these services for a low price. It's a 250 meter long beach. It combines sand and stone. The purest water in Montenegro, not very crowded. Has only one small restaurant, which is one of its best advantages, again, IMO.
Another great beach is called Jaz, 6 km from Budva towards Kotor.

Most of the beaches can be found here:

http://www.visit-montenegro.com/english/sunce/bdrivijera.htm

Hope you'll find your ultimate beach :)

Cheers

prices in budva

by pem10

I was wondering if anyone can tell me what the prices are like in Budva in August. Is it a cheap or expensive place to go to for a holiday?

Re: prices in budva

by NGBNGB

Good morning from Budva
The price are
1.Private rooms are from 8 to 12 euro per person
2.Apartments are from 13 to 20 euro per apartment
3.Hotels are from 25 to 60 euro per person per day based on hb/breakfast and dinner
Regards
BRanko

Re: prices in budva

by Oris

Hi! And if you go to Budva in September (even in the beginning) the prises are lower - 5-10 euro per person for a room
1 euro for entering the Mogren beach
and dicsos are free.
Enjoy your staying there!

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 Hotel Mogren

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Address: Budva, 85310, Montenegro