Lovely hotel in large grounds and as close to the beach as you could wish for. Stayed here for a week on half board. Staff very mixed, some very friendly some just plain rude. Food not wonderful but a reasonable selection of dishes presented in buffet style and certainly palatable. Often found tables not cleared and it took a while to get anyone's attention to replenish the cutlery, order drinks etc. If you are on all-inclusive, be warned, you only get the benefit of certain bars, quite restricted and probably not worth it. Final moan, balcony is not suitable for sitting out on, too small and no furniture provided. You can take chairs from the bedroom but it would be very cramped, also, nowhere to dry swimwear if you are on second floor.
Now for the good, very well equipped hotel with three (smallish) outdoor pools and one inside pool. Sauna, Jacuzzi, table tennis etc. available. Shop inside hotel sells emergency supplies and a few other things, nice shop in grounds selling clothes and shoes. Outdoor restaurant for lunches and snacks with seats facing beach or gardens. Sun beds and towels on the beach are plentiful and free (using a token system). Beach is more shingle than sand and sea gets deep very quickly so you need to keep an eye on your little children, but it is very clean. Evening entertainment most nights, either on the big stage where they feature Montenegrin Dancers once a week or in the Tequila Bar where PDV play live most evenings.
Round and about: St Stefan's a beautiful little promontory full of houses that have been taken over by a developer who is going to make some kind of luxury resort there, unfortunately you cannot enter but it is pretty so worth having a wander in that direction. Budva old town, approx 8 Euros in a cab, definitely worth a visit but quite a long walk, further than brochures or reps lead you to believe. We also took the Montenegrin Tour, takes you over the famous "25" a collection of hairpin bends in the mountains, stop for lunch near the top and then make your way to Kotor, where the cruise ships stop. A pretty little walled town, not dissimilar to Budva. You also visit Cetinje en route, the former capital of Montenegro. We also visited Podgorica, hubby wants to visit every European capital so it was obligatory. If you are tempted to do the same, the bus from the main Budva bus station takes you there for 6 Euros and a taxi back cost 30 Euros. Not a lot to see and do there and the locals will think you are mad if you decide to go but we had a good time and we found a pint for less than a £1.00!
Local buses pass outside the hotel, on the main road and cost 1.50 Euros per journey, pay on the bus.
I'd like to mention that this felt like a really safe place, I feel sure that if you left your camera on your sun bed while you went for lunch it would still be there when you came back and there is no problem about wandering around after dark. A really great holiday destination, go there before it becomes too popular.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Montenegro Beach Resort 4* is one of the most popular and modern hotels in Montenegro. Our hotel is located in Bečići resort – a picturesque bay with the cleanest waters, surrounded by a coniferous forest and beautiful mountains. A seaside promenade connects it with Budva, the old town, while its restaurants and nightclubs are only 2 km away.We are open during the summer season, from April until October. We offer our guests 168 beautifully decorated standard rooms and 4 luxurious apartments. Hotel guests can enjoy the sea and sun on the hotel’s private beach, with free beach beds, umbrellas, and towels.Montenegro Beach Resort 4* is perfect for family vacations. We have created an atmosphere of carefree and happy holidays in our hotel: comfortable rooms with enough room for children’s cots, as well as healthy organic food and beverages from local producers, fun and animation, and many different choices for enjoyment and entertainment. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Montenegro Beach Becici
- Montenegro Budva
- Montenegro Hotel Budva
- Hotel Montenegro Beach Resort Becici