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Drop dead gorgeous views, five star luxury, out of the way idyll... Montenegro hotels have it all... in understated spades.
When it comes to hotels in Montenegro, there’s something for everyone. Here, you'll find a hotel to suit you, no matter what your style. Whether you:
there are Montenegro hotels to suit every traveller.
Most people will choose to stay along the coast, with the choice being either the Bay of Kotor, Budva Riviera, Bar or Ulcinj. The coastal regions are excellent for tourists, with plenty to do, good restaurants and of course, beaches! The mountains are more rugged, wild and authentic - ideal for true adventurers and nature-lovers.
The Budva Riviera is arguably the most popular place to stay in Montenegro. It's got great beaches, lots happening and it's very central. It's also very busy in Budva centre the height of summer. If you're looking for somewhere a little quieter, be sure to stay anywhere along the Riviera that's outside of the town itself.
Sveti Stefan is an iconic and sought-after location on the Budva Riviera. It's a must-see tourist attraction, but it's not over-crowded because the tour buses stop on the road above where people can get a good photo of the island.
You can find some of Montenegro's best hotels here, but you can also find very well-priced hotels in this 5 star location.
In the last few years Tivat has become one of the most popular places to stay in Montenegro. That's mostly thanks to Porto Montenegro, the glittering super yacht marina that's there.
Tivat has other advantages too: it's easy to get around on foot, it's very close to Kotor and Budva and it's just 5 minutes from the airport.
Whether you're just stopping in Bar for a night or you're looking for a longer stay on the coast, Bar has some fantastic hotels and resorts for all budgets.
You'll find mid-range hotels in the centre of town and as well as seaside getaways to suit every traveller.
Ulcinj is the southernmost town on the Montenegrin coast. It's got endless sandy beaches as well as rocky ones, kite surfing and an a 2,000 year old old town.
If you're looking for an off-the-beaten-track holiday among Balkan locals, you'll definitely want to check out Ulcinj. And if you're a kite-surfing enthusiast or want to learn, this is the place for you.
Podgorica is Montenegro's capital city and business centre.
Although it's not a touristy city, there are still plenty of things to do there and some fantastic hotels at all price points.
Choose from upmarket business hotels, cosy luxury or family-friendly and explore Podgorica.
Enjoy your stay in Montenegro in one of the best hotels in Montenegro. With five star ratings, you'll get top quality rooms, service and facilities.
Choose from cosy boutique hotels to large seafront resorts.
If you're on a budget, the first place to search for specials on hotel rooms is here on Booking.com's deals finder.
Hotels will often have deals on last minute rooms and off-season rooms. You can easily save yourself up to 50% off rooms in hotels, apartments and bed and breakfasts.
You'd be surprised the value you can find here on some very nice and unique places to stay.
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