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Hotel Milocer: A Former Royal Villa
THIS REVIEW IS NOW OUT OF DATE. THE HOTEL MILOCER WAS ACQUIRED AND RENOVATED BY AMANRESORTS. ROOMS NOW COST > $500 PER NIGHT UNDER THE NEW OWNERSHIP. THE REVIEW BELOW IS FOR THE OLD HOTEL MILOCER, BEFORE THE OWNERSHIP CHANGE.
The Hotel Milocer is a small 25 room hotel located on the beach in Milocer, a town about 10km down the coast from Budva. The hotel was formerly a beachfront villa owned by the royal family. Under the Tito regime, it was confiscated from the royal family and turned into a hotel. It is owned by the same group as Sveti Stefan, its larger and more famous neighbor.
The Milocer hotel is one of the nicer hotels in Montenegro, with relatively large rooms that have antique furniture in them. The hotel is located in a park-like setting with its own large beach. Our favorite part was the hotel's restaurant, which has outdoor seating on a patio that overlooks the beach and is sheltered from the sun by a trellis covered with flowering vines. Breakfast and dinner were included with the room price and the food and service were both good.
Being an older hotel, the Milocer does have a few issues. Some rooms overlook the parking lot, so you will hear cars coming in and out at night if you are a light sleeper in those rooms. Also, the bathrooms in the hotel could use some upating (no shower curtain, old water heaters). The rooms have TVs and telephones, but the TVs were relatively small and the telephone service was very expensive to call the United States. Finally, the hotel is not air conditioned, but that did not bother us because we were there in June when it was not very hot.
Despite those issues, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Milocer. The staff was friendly, the bed was comfortable, the food was good, and we loved being right on the beach. Also, milocer is a good place to use as a base to see the rest of Montenegro. Budva, Kotor, Stari Bar, Lake Shkadar, the Bay of Kotor, and Cetinje are all easy to reach by car from Milocer.
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