A Romantic Escape awardExceptional Food awardExceptional Service awardSpa Heaven awardUltimate Luxury award

What amazed us most?

Glorious views of the yacht-filled marina and Boka Bay. Monaco-like atmosphere enhanced by the beautiful nature of Montenegro.

Why should you come here?

If you are in love with sailing, Regent Porto Montenegro is a must-visit place for you. And also if you want to enjoy luxurious waterfront living with restaurants, boutiques, bars and a gorgeous mountain, charming streets, and a jaw-dropping seaside setting, you should go to Regent Porto Montenegro. The hotel’s naturally beautiful location on the Adriatic coast, combined with the best service, will make your stay unforgettable.

special things about the hotel?

The Venetian-style palazzi Regent Porto Montenegro opened nearly a year ago, and has won many prestigious travel awards, and our hearts. The first thing I did when walked into our light and sea inspired room, with handsome wood furniture and lively, striped textiles, was start taking pictures of the breathtaking view outside our window. Then I switched to the interior of the hotel with it arched colonnades and ample terraces. When designing the 86-room Regent Porto Montenegro hotel, architects drew inspiration from the Venetian-style palazzi, and every detail of it is just beautiful.

the most of your stay?

  • Sleep in and have breakfast in bed while gazing out to sea.
  • Lounge by one of the two outdoor pools or hit an amazing spa.
  • The food here is really special but, most of the time, we found ourselves in the Gourmet Corner with the best desserts we have ever tried. Highly recommended.
  • Hit the boutique shops or enjoy lunch or dinner in one of the waterfront restaurants on the promenade.

is there to see and do?

Visit the Sea Heritage Museum nearby and dive into the history of sailing and ocean exploration. The most remarkable display is the Yugoslav underwater Hero P-821, renovated and open to visitors. Enjoy water sports, shopping or a seemingly endless cappuccino morning as the marina comes to life, and savour the sunset from one of the west-facing terraces.

How

to get there

Fly into Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, or Dubrovnik (Croatia), or drift in by yacht at the Porto Montenegro.