Had a rest in July-August 2021. Nice small hotel. It is quiet off the main road, no cars drive by. A wonderful master hostess. A cozy room with everything you need came from a terrace. The room was cleaned often. nearby is a minimarket (almost the only one in the village) and a wine discounter store. It is convenient to walk to the sea, not long at all. Get ready for the stairs, but you are unlikely to avoid them anywhere. in Sveti Stefan you will have a choice of 4 main and several semi-secret passages. Corn on the shore 2 euros, in Budva - 1, between - 1.5. The same goes for fruit prices. And to a lesser extent, but also slightly more expensive goods in the market. But living here and swimming is much more pleasant. In Montenegro, people smoke everywhere, including on the beach, but non-smokers were not particularly uncomfortable for us. The beaches are clean, garbage is removed. The water is clear, very salty, slightly cool, waves are rare. The sun is hot, especially from 12 to 14. A beach umbrella is highly recommended. The coast here is pebble, large and small. There is no sand. Sandy beaches are called here with very small pebbles. Small fish of the same species. more were seen only in Kotor. Sea urchins - on some islets opposite the coast. Rubber swimming slippers come in handy in the early days, until the feet get used to the pebbles, and for those who are going to climb the rocky islets. Slippers were taken in Russia at Ozone (600-700 rubles). During our vacation, the situation is as follows: The beaches of the King and Queen and the approach to the island are open. Oliva Cafe is closed. Many people come here specifically to see the local beauty. On the contrary, you may need to travel somewhere in order not to get bored. Transport. We were afraid to rent a car - there are a lot of expensive cars around, narrow roads, decent traffic (to Herceg Novi, bypassing the entire bay, we once drove about 5 hours, of which 3 - to Kotor). The transfer from Podgorica airport was booked through Booking.com for 33 euros, which is cheaper than other options, besides, the site gives a 10% discount. It is easier and cheaper to get from Tivat by bus. From the main road, a bus to Kotor and Bar for 5-6 euros. It is not necessary to wait for the bus - a taxi will most likely stop and offer the same price. A minibus from Budva runs every 15 minutes until late in a loop along the lower and main road, it costs 1.5 euros. We recommend walking to Budva along the beaches, in flip flops there and back it is quite good and not stressful for half a day. We recommend to go to the Old Bar (4 km from Bar), wander around the fortress and have lunch at the Aqueduct family restaurant. eat kefir Balance + at the price of 1 euro per liter, yogurt and peaches with apricots. Prosciutto, semi-hard sheep cheese, soft feta cheese, tomato, olive oil, breadcake and Vranac Procorde wine for 6.5 euros (suitable for fruit and cheese) or the initial one for 2.7 euros (quite tolerable for accompanying food). Buy a candle in a glass - enough romance for your entire vacation. We can safely recommend the hotel, the most pleasant experience. ps For vaccine-free covids from Russia: the PCR test is not needed to Chernurgoria, even if you are flying with transfers (and now you cannot fly directly, there are no direct flights from Russia), if you do not leave the transit zone of the intermediate country. We flew there Moscow-Vienna-Podgorica (Aeroflot, WizzAir), back Podgorica-Istanbul-Moscow (Turkish Airlines). There, respectively, without luggage, only hand luggage, so as not to cross the border of the intermediate country to collect and check in luggage for the second flight. And back we had the opportunity to check in wine, cheese and prosciutto, since the airline is the same for both flights, and the luggage was transferred from flight to flight automatically without the need for us to leave the transit zone.…
We were there in a business trip during pre family vacation.Sveti Stefan is a pearl in a crown of Montenegro.Beautifull beach and Seaside of celobrdo that belongs to a family who owns the Levantin.Its the one of best places ever been.Other places then Sv.Stefan are not so good.Wather is dirty and it's overcrowded,so if you take trip somewhere else than sv.stefan,perazica do ,drobni pijesak ,petrovac ,you will regret.
The Shower and the toilette leaks so that the floor in the bathroom was floated every time. The woman at the reception doesn't matter. She only sees the money and profit, no time friedly or helpful. The only nice was the breakfast and nice woman who cooks.
This hotel is fairly basic but I was still surprised to find it only had a 8.2 rating on booking.com. The area is quite upscale. The room was clean with two big windows. The owner is extremely friendly and helpful. She even brought out a toy she bought in Cuba because she thought our son would enjoy playing with it. We would absolutely stay here again.
It's been my second stay here after 5 yrs. The first time Levantin Inn was recommended by a friend, and I liked it back then. This time I found the phone on line and contacted the owners directly. Lana, the person I was talking to, arranged my transfer from and to the airport in Podgorica, and personally showed me the room. The place is in a good location, close to the beach and to the restaurants, with a very good service (breakfast, relaxed family-like atmosphere, friendly staff).