Coastal Montenegro, Montenegro
Palazzo Radomiri lies on the waterfront surrounded by mountains in the heart of Boka Bay, close to the mediaeval walled city of Kotor in Montenegro. Originally an 18th Century Captain’s mansion, it has been transformed into a stunning luxury boutique hotel with a homely and relaxed atmosphere. The hotel has bags of charm and features magnificent stone architecture, a grand façade and stunning outdoor spaces. It will appeal to those seeking a tranquil and intimate escape in an enchanting setting.
The hotel provides just 10 lavishly appointed, antique-filled rooms and suites featuring exposed stonewalls, traditional Baroque-style décor and modern bathrooms. Some rooms come with balconies with spectacular views across the bay.
Palazzo Radomiri is ideally located for exploring Montenegro and the surrounding regions, and Lightfoot Travel can help create a personalised itinerary to ensure you have an unforgettable stay. Activities include hiking on the Kotor Fortress, exploring the bay by boat, or taking a stroll into Kotor’s Old Town.
Palazzo Radomiri Hotel Information
- Location and Getting there
The hotel is located in the village of Dobrota on the Kotor Bay in southwest Montenegro. It is 4km from Kotor. Tivat Airport is an hour’s drive away and the international airport in Dubrovnik is just over an hour away.
There are 10 rooms, suites and family suites. Each uniquely designed room features classic décor, exposed stone walls, king-size beds, antiques, hand-woven fabrics and all-modern amenities.
The Attic Standard Room is considerable bigger than the standard room. The romantic Junior Suite is perfect for honeymooners, offering the utmost privacy and an unrivalled view. There are two family suites with two bedrooms.
- Swimming pool
- Mini fitness studio
- Wellness centre
- Conference facilities
There are endless activities on offer especially for those who love the outdoors. These include kayaking; cycling; hiking; boat trips around the bay; and visiting historic sites and museums. Yoga and spa treatments are also available. It is worth making a trip to Dubrovnik in Croatia.
There are plenty of activities for all the family from kayaking and swimming to cycling and walking, however there lots of steps and the jetty is unfenced so it is not ideal for families with younger children. Babysitting can be arranged.