We stayed All Inclusive at Hotel Montenegro Resort for 2 weeks in September. The hotel is located in Becici which is about a 20 minute walk along the prom through the tunnel from Budva Old Town. The staff at the hotel were all very friendly and worked very hard. The hotel itself is well maintained and very clean. We were provided with free clean beach towels every day and the sun loungers were of a very good quality. The hotel has free sun loungers on the beach as well as at the pool. The hotel beach is clean and well maintained. Towels and bed linen were changed on a regular basis and the rooms were serviced each day.
The food in the restaurant was plentiful with a great choice. The food is mostly Montenegrin, which may not be to everybody’s taste, however there was also pasta, pizza etc which was very good. Although some of the food was not to my taste, no fault to the hotel, I found the local stews and casseroles very appealing. Wine, beer and various spirits and cocktails were available to All Inclusive guests and were of a good quality.
My only grievance is with the number of cats. They are everywhere in Becici and Budva and are also round the hotel complex. I felt uncomfortable that they were around the sunbeds and also came into the Stars Club at night.
Overall our stay at the hotel was very pleasant and the staff went out of their way to make it as enjoyable as possible. I would like to mention two members of staff in particular Ana on Floor 2 in housekeeping and Boro in the restaurant who were very welcoming and did all they could to make the holiday enjoyable. The animation team also worked very hard and added to our stay. Overall a very enjoyable holiday and I would recommend the hotel.
by Gerry P
Just returned from two weeks inclusive at this hotel. Our bedroom was large with sea view. Bed very comfortable. Anna was great in housekeeping and provided us with clean towels and sheets daily. The Dining room provided three meals daily with a variety of choices.Wine and beer was also complimentary. However, on our own admission,we yearned for burger and chips on occasion and headed into Bud a old town. Nightly entertainment was okay but as it was end of season very few people were around. The hotel provided complimentary beach towels for the beach/pool. Sunbeds were in abundance. It was 1/2 hour walk into Budva along the beach or take a bus costing 1 euro each way.Found it quiet as all the beach bars were closing down for the winter months.