when i stayed in kotor i rented a very cheap private room from former proffesional football player zoran lemajic.
after being a foreign proffesional for 12 years he have now settled in kotor with his family and runs a cafe with private rooms upstairs.
it is in a superb location, right by the sea with a perfect view of the old town.
the rooms are cheap and basic, but they are newly renovated and very clean.
go to the cafe and look at all the photos and football shirts that zoran has collected in his long carrer.
it is a real treat for a football fan.
The campsite I stayed was just outside of Sveti Stefan coming from Budva. There are some in Budva too, but as it packed in summer I would recomend staying just a bit away from the crowd. its situated on top of the coast and you have to walk down to get to the beach. there is a proper reception which makes you feel safe. there are olivtrees everywhere which give you shade and lots of different even levels too. It is nice to chill out or use it as a base for daytrips as it is centraly situated on the coast. It doesn`t have a name but as mentioned, just go through Sveti Stefan and it will come up on the right after 2 miles
The facilities are a bit poorly. There is no running hot water but enough cold one. The nearest shop is in Sveti Stefan about 5min walk. The price is very cheap....about 2€/perso/night car and tent about the same :)
A classy 5* pompous hotel made on an old fishermen's island, with prices astronomically high (in the most luxurious villa 118 where celebrities, VIP's and politicians stay, spending a night costs 1500 euros!!!) It is made of many little streets, houses and gardens, with fantastic view, facilities like restaurants, shops, swimming pool, casino, etc. Each little house is a separate room.
If you want just to make a tourist tour, it costs 6 euros to enter.
Totally unique in every sense!
Privately owned hotels are just starting to spring up in Montenegro. Hotel Perla is one such privately owned hotel that opened in 2000. It claims to be a 5 star, but do not expect 5 star accommodations by US or western European standards.
By Montenegrin standards, however, we found Hotel Perla to be top of the line and we would definitely stay here again.
We had a room that had a stunningly beautiful view of the Boka Kotorska. The staff, who spoke at least 6 languages, was professional and friendly. Maid service was reliable. The full breakfast (included in the price) was delicious.
The seaview room, which included breakfast, was comfortable, cost only EUR 42,50.
Each room has its own separate water tank in the bathroom. Make sure the switch with the red light in the bathroom by the lightswitch is always ON. Our kids turned it off in their room and then had to take cold showers the next morning.
If you are an early to bed type, you might want to request a room that does not overlook the promenade (and in that case you will not get a view). Our room overlooked the somewhat noisy promenade, but we actually enjoyed going to sleep each night listening to Serbian music and vibrant conversation in multiple languages.
This hotel is located in Risan. Teuta is one the waterfront with a fair size beach right next to it. Our rooms were quite nice compared to a hotel we had looked at earlier that day.
Our balcony gave us a great view of the area and the supper was really quite good. One negative experience we had was with some of the people (not all) at the front desk. Because we only spoke English we got ignored or put behind many other guests.
Sveti Stefan used to be a fishing village on a small island on the Montenegrin coast. The entire village has been turned into a hotel. Individual houses were turned into hotel cottages. The hotel is charming and comfortable and our room was spacious.
If you are not a guest of the hotel, the hotel charges a fee to cross the land bridge onto the island. The fee was equal to one week's wages for a Montenegrin. For that reason, I would have difficulty staying there again, despite the hotel's charm.
The best way to stay in Montenegro is to rent a rom at private accommodation. It's very cheap (5-10 euros per person per night, in the high season!), and you can feel at home and mingle with the natives, who are very firendly and hospitable.
Just like some grounded stone boat, Sveti Stefan “anchored” in the middle part of Budvanska Riviera. A former fisherman village, mentioned in documents for the first time in 1442, since 1960 represents a world famous town-hotel with comfortable villas and luxurious apartments. According to tradition, the Pastrovici erected this settlement using the treasure they had grabbed from the Turks in the XV century. Centuries latter the town of Sveti Stefan became the residence of Pastorvici. Their court, called ‘bankada’, was having sessions and making decisions there. This tradition is still alive.
By being engaged in fishing and olives the former residents of this island, forced by a hard living and poverty, were leaving it. In search for a better life they were moving towards Constantinople and latter even towards America and the far away Australia. At the end of the Second World War, the island was almost deserted. Thanks to the idea of the distinguished Montenegrin painters like Lubarda and Milunovic, the town-hotel welcomed its firs guests forty years ago. Soon afterwards, it was given the title of one of the most exclusive resorts in the world. The statesmen, high officials, industrialists, film stars, the best sportsmen are its clientela, especially in the prestigious and the legendary villa “118”, where the daily rent goes up to 1.500 dollars.
Located in Budva.3 years old building,it has cafe-bar on the 1-st floor with a garden.350 meters to the sea.24 hours-roomservice.There is a seif in a room,cable TV,phone,hairdryer,freezer,airconditioning.
They have 13 apartments for 2 people (27m2) with balcony (10m2)
ancient real summer residence
if sv.stefan hotel fully booked,same owner,same prices,same comfort.
located facing sv.stefan hotel
luxuous hotel (less than before the war),
all the houses are rooms,all with magnificent views...
enjoy the dinner but prefere the excellent and complete breakfast at the terrace...
was before a nest of pirates...
pool,great views,,peace,flowers,transparent sea waters...
i was there two different times:
first one in the 80's,a great experience
last one,may 2002,always a very charming place,but with less attention to the customer....
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