I have to say that by and large the staff at this hotel were very helpful and attentive, however the Hotel itself is a big disappointment. Our room (and it was the the cheapest) was hugely over priced and cramped. It smelt of sewage, which admittedly was not the fault of the hotel but of the civic authorities who were laying a massive pipeline in true Montenegran style. The immediate surrounds were also disappointing, too claustrophobic, the hotel being tightly squeezed between the lake (which is enchanting), its lake side road and the busier trunk road behind. The views were at least impressive, although there is much building work going on the length and breadth of the coastal region.
Breakfast was of a low quality, and there was half finished repair work in the breakfast area. Although there was no restaurant in operation when we stayed, the restaurant room itself lacked any character. The pool was solar heated and because of the appalling weather was not usable. Overall I wished I had holidayed in my own country.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An extraordinary historical hotel, nested in an early 18th century captains palace, on the waterfront of Boka Bay in Montenegro, restored to breathtaking excellence, opens the door to exquisite guests to enjoy delicious food to everybody's taste, made by a renown chef and served on a pleasurable terrace where silence is broken only by the sound of sea waves at the arm length from the dining tables. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Radomiri Palazzo