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Hotel Astoria Kotor is a boutique four-star hotel in Kotor’s famed old town. It’s the perfect location to base yourself if you’re looking for comfort and style in the heart of the old town.
Staying in the old town allows you to soak up the historic atmosphere of Kotor and you have the added advantage of having restaurants and bars for evening entertainment on your doorstep.
The building that Hotel Astoria’s located in is was a palace dating back to the 14th Century and the owners have refurbished and turned it into the hotel with this in mind. The walls still have the original exposed stone, the bathrooms are marble and the Greek theme reminds you you're staying in an ancient town.
When staying in Kotor old town, you do have to count on a certain amount of noise during the day and through the night, especially from April to October when it's busiest. There are restaurants, bars and clubs in the town that are open until 1am.
If you're looking for somewhere quiet near Kotor, I suggest you look through our list of hotels outside the old town here.
Hotel Astoria Kotor has six superior double and twin rooms. These rooms have king sized beds and a sitting and working area, making them also great for business travellers.
The marble bathrooms are very opulent and the rooms are spacious and comfortable.
The hotel's Jota Suite is the only hotel room in Kotor that has a sea view.
There are three junior suites which offer you space and comfort.
Hotel Astoria’s Junior Suite with Bay View (Jota) has the honour of being the only room in Kotor old town that has a sea view.
This suite is very spacious and pretty sexy if I do say so! It’s got a glass-sided shower that faces the room – ideal for honeymooners! But if that’s not your style, you also have the option of pulling the blinds down over the glass so the shower is private.
The day bed at the window overlooking the bay is a really nice touch and it’s easy to imagine yourself lying there with a good book and watching the yachts in the marina.
The hotel has an adjoining restaurant also called Astoria. It serves mostly modern Mediterranean style meals with special touches – like feta imported especially from Greece.
Their menu includes a tasty collection of meat and seafood dishes as well as salads, pastas, sandwiches. There are also some unusual treats for Montenegro like nasi goreng, sushi and teriyaki tuna.
I'm a sucker for desserts and here they have an impressive dessert menu. You can choose from things like tiramisu, chocolate lava cake, brownies and crème brulee.
Rooms here start from €96 per night.
Like its sister hotel the Astoria Hotel Budva, the Astoria in Kotor is in a prime position in the old town.
This hotel has a very dramatic feel which rather suits the Venetian town. It's a shame there's no outdoor area where you can enjoy Kotor town, but there are plenty of outdoor cafes and restaurants right on your doorstep when you stay here.
The rooms and staff are impeccable, so if you're looking for a stylish and central base for your Kotor stay Hotel Astoria would be a great choice.
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