Superb hotel in all aspects . We spent a week here in February ( highly recommended as it’s a lower cost and a lot fewer people. We were met a the door by name (sign of a hotel with excellent customer service). We had a gorgeous sea view room. We are at the bistro on the waterfront as well as the hotel restaurant- both great. The hotel restaurant - the Spot - did not feel like a hotel restaurant. Breakfast buffet excellent. We cannot recommend this hotel enough - superb
I found Luštica Bay just passing by Tivat Airport, and some friends asked me to visit Luštica Bay. I was not impressed by their invitation but later I found myself to be wrong. Very nice place and impressive hotel in the Yacht club.
Stayed here in the off season in April. The hotel was quiet and peaceful. The rooms are fantastic with a extensive mini bar. Loads of gadgets in the room to play with. The hotel in isolated so a car is recommended to view the surrounding area. Free parking and valet is available. Small pool outside with nice sun loungers. Food is of good quality and there our a few different places to eat. I would stay here again in a heartbeat.
What a fabulous hotel. Great location, fantastic rooms and amazing service A luxurious hotel with great food stunning service. We had the best time Possibly the best massage ever. It would be worth going even just for the massage alone
We stayed at the Chedi for a week in October 2019 with my parents as we wanted to explore Montenegro and check out the Chedi's newest property. Overall we have mixed feelings about the hotel and Lustica Bay in general - some aspects were really great (hence the 4 star review) others not so much and in general we did expect a lot more from a hotel in this (price) category claiming to be part of the LHW. ALSO: The whole area is still largely a construction site so do expect a lot of disturbance from construction noise during your stay. Workers start at 7 am, try to consider that when booking and choose a room facing the sea if possible, as those are not directly facing any construction sites. Rooms: We stayed in two Deluxe Rooms with (partial) seaview overlooking the hotel beach. Unfortunately the view from one of our rooms was mostly blocked by another part of the hotel complex. The rooms themselves were lovely and very spacious, however the wardrobe is ridiculously small; we had problems storing clothing for two persons for 7 days in there. The minibar is well stocked and quite reasonably priced, however there is a mini market on the promenade where you can buy your essentials for still a lot less (local beer for about one third of the price the minibar charges). We were not always satisfied with the room service/cleanliness of the room and often had the impression that the maids expect a regular tip in order to make an effort with your room; i.e. we left a tip for the maids in our room on the first day and service the next day was perfect but declined steadily over the course of our stay (i.e. dead flies on the windows were not cleaned away, the water puddles around the bathtub from showering were not mopped up, mugs and glasses were cleaned but not put away, toiletries like cotton rounds were only restocked every other day etc.) The SPA: The SPA at the Chedi is lovely and the staff are very accommodating! We booked a number of massages prior to arriving, due to some back issues and Ms. Martika Luh Tatik, the assistant SPA manager was very helpful in selecting the treatments and booking as well as rescheduling all appointments. She and her team made our stay extremely relaxing and we cannot recommend them enough! The therapists are very experienced and put you right at ease with their calming presence. Lustica Bay: The "village" looks somewhat like a movie set - i.e. it was built to represent what tourists would expect a mediterranean village to look like. Other than that it is still a lovely place but mostly a ghost town: most houses are still empty inside and the majority of shops at the promenade are still unoccupied. The promenade offers a few restaurant choices and we never had trouble finding a nice table outside, however I would guess that it is advisable to make reservations in summer or once the town is more developed as the food options (2 restaurants, a bakery and a winery) are in no way capable to accommodate all the guests once the village is fully occupied. The beach isn't very nice, full of large stones that makes it extremely hard to walk on. Also the marina bulkhead is an eyesore. Hotel Food Options and Service: Firstly, service at the Chedi Lustica Bay is very mixed, sometimes you do get exceptional service, as you would expect, other days you have to go and make your own tea for breakfast (literally!). Not at all what you would expect for a hotel as prestigious as the Chedi. There still is a lot of work to be done regarding selecting and training hotel staff! Breakfast is served at the restaurant and is buffet style. The food options are rather uninspiring for a hotel of this calibre. The fruit selection did not change at all during our stay, the bread was mostly stale and joghurt as well as Bircher is presented in flowerpots (servings are far too big and it's just wasteful). The sweets and pastries are mostly too sweet for the regular European taste although probably true to the regions style. Service at breakfast is very bad! Plates and cutlery are not taken away and guests sat in front of their empty plates or had to pile them up in the middle of the table in order to get a second serving. If you order tea or coffee it will take at least 10 minutes to arrive and if you order a second cup the servers will just pour more water in your used cup regardless of whether its still half full or not. The eggs station is very nice though, after day two we based our breakfast predominantly on omelettes and scrambled eggs as it was by far the best food and best service during breakfast. If you leave early on the day of your departure, breakfast will most likely not be served in time even though it is said to be starting at 6:30. Our airport transfer left the hotel at 07:30 and we wanted to have breakfast beforehand, but at 06:45 there was still the majority of the buffet missing, no water or juice and we had to ask several times to get tea and coffee and had to go to the bar area to get another cup of tea. All in all nothing major, but nothing you would expect from a restaurant in a hotel that claims to be one of the leading hotels of the world, when you've had better service at 3 and 4 star hotels elsewhere in Europe. We did not have (also buffet style) dinner at the restaurant as our breakfast experience was not encouraging. The Spot restaurant is by far the nicest place to eat on the promenade and offers very good food and service (especially Stefan and Srdjan were very nice and attentive). However, it was only open for dinner on fridays and saturdays (winter season opening hours) and some nights closed due to private events, which were not previously advertised so you could plan accordingly. The bar has mixed service, the young lady tending the bar was just lovely, very attentive and made a point of remembering her guests and their requirements or favourite drinks. Her male colleagues where not as advanced but still better than all the restaurant staff. The reception staff was very helpful, especially Bogdan who took care of our rental (parking at the Chedi is free, there is a valet service) was always helpful providing us with water for our trips and tips of where to go or where to eat outside of the Lustica Bay village. He also speaks perfect German, which was a nice surprise.…