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  • Hotel Villa Duomo 13 rooms from $121


    A boutique collection of rooms and 1-3 bedroom apartments in Kotor's Old Town. Traditional bedrooms have stone walls and elegant furnishings. Small kitchenettes, living areas, and a lovely communal terrace. Ideal for families, groups of friends or a couple. Excellent value too.

    Romantic Break  -  Studio and one bedroom apartments offer flexibility and privacy.
    Families  -  Two and three bed apartments.
    Sights nearby  -  St. Triphon Cathedral, Kotor Old Town Walls, Sveti Stefan, Cetinje.
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  • Hotel Monte Cristo 8 rooms from $146


    A gorgeous traditional house in Kotor's Old Town. Beautiful rustic rooms in soft pastel colours. Lovely breakfast balcony and walking distance to all the attractions; restaurants, bars, nightclubs, the beach. A characterful choice for a romantic holiday in Kotor.

    Sights nearby  -  St. Triphon Cathedral, Kotor Old Town Walls, and Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary.
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Local markets  -  Good for local colour.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
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  • Hotel Hippocampus 9 rooms from $136


    A charming boutique in old town Kotor overlooking the bay and with a mountainous backdrop. Opulent and sophisticated rooms and suites with all the mod cons. An excellent Montengrin restaurant, wonderful views from the roof top terrace, and a short walk to all the attractions. Very romantic.

    Sights nearby  -  Our Lady of the Rocks ia beautiful monastery in the middle of Kotor's bay. Sveti Stefan island is wonderful.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Local markets  -  Good for local colour.
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
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  • Palazzo Radomiri 7 rooms from $172


    A gorgeous Montenegran villa on the bay of Kotor with stunning views out to sea. Traditional chic rooms, family rooms, and suites have stone walls and creamy furnishings. Fabulous Balkan-Mediterranean fusion restaurant, romantic terraces, and a private beach. Ideal for families or couples.

    Views  -  Stunning sea views from every angle.
    Romantic Break
    Sights nearby  -  Kotor Old Town, Cetinje, Lake Skadar, Sveti Stefan, Perast.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
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  • Astoria Hotel 9 rooms from $237


    A gorgeous boutique hotel in Kotor's Old Town. Romantic bedrooms with balconies are opulent in style with rich fabrics, marbles, and subtle lighting. Excellent seafood restaurant, roof top terrace, bar and a short walk to all the attractions. Perfect for a romantic holiday.

    Romantic Break  -  Perfect for a romantic beach holiday in elegant surroundings.
    Sights nearby  -  Cetinje, Perast, Sveti Stefan.
    Sailing  -  Can be booked nearby.
    Diving  -  Good diving nearby.
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  • Regent Porto Montenegro 86 rooms from $267


    A superbly luxurious hotel on the sea front in Tivat. Venetian style architecture with modern furnishings and stylish interior design. Rooms and suites are contemporary classic with all the mod cons and private balconies. Fabulous Mediterranean cuisine and top of the range spa.

    Views  -  Stunning seaviews.
    Romantic Break
    Sights nearby  -  Sveti Stefan, Cetinje, Lake Skadar, Budva, Kotor.
    Recommended by  -  Kiwi Collection
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About Kotor

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Kotor is a true Montenegrin beauty, perfectly positioned, for dramatic effect, between a rim of mountains and a crystal clear bay, and set on stone fortifications begun in the 9th Century. It ticks the beach box, the historic box and the scenic box, and the labyrinth of the old town, with a wealth of wonderful churches, cafes and restaurants and boutiques, is Heritage Listed. Some of the best places to stay in Kotor can be found within this labyrinth, but if you're looking for a place to escape, or a beach break, you'll also find it on the Bay of Kotor.

The Bay of Kotor is one of the deepest natural bays in the Adriatic, something akin to a fjord, and its mountains don't just hover in the distance, they rear up, almost directly out of the water. As you might imagine, Kotor's beauty appeals to folk with yachts too, and in the season the marina bobs and dazzles with a myriad of impressive boats, and the bars and cafes ring with life and cheer.

But the lack of sand means that Kotor feels somehow more elegant than some of its neighbours along the coast - though there are still plenty of good sunbathing spots, and you will find some nice beaches on the bay, outside Kotor proper.

One of Kotor's famed charms is its old town, which is actually designed with confusing you in mind - for protective purposes - and is too narrow to allow cars. A pparently even the locals get lost every now and then. Keep an eye out for landmarks, like 12th Century catholic treasure, St. Tryphon's Cathedral, little St. Luke's, the great bronze doors of St. May's or the fantastic Gurdic Gate, which has a working drawbridge.

Don't forget to book well ahead if you want a room in one of the best places to stay in Kotor - this is a very busy spot during the peak summer months. Alternatively come in quieter periods, when the crowds have gone and you've got the place to yourself!

The Best Places to Stay in Kotor

To be in the heart of town

  • The Astoria Hotel is a gorgeous, nine room boutique hotel in the centre of Kotor's old town. The atmosphere is romantic and opulent: think subtle lighting, marble, rich fabrics and private balconies. And there's an excellent seafood restaurant and rooftop terrace.
  • The Hotel Hippocampus also has nine rooms, and is also in Kotor's old town, this time overlooking the bay. Rooms are sophisticated and have all the mod. cons., and there's an excellent restaurant serving local specialities. You're just a short stroll from all the major sights of Kotor.
  • Hotel Villa Duomo is a beautiful property in the heart of the old town. Rooms and apartments have exposed stone walls and traditional hand crafted furnishings. It's excellent value too, with rooms starting from just €80 per night.

For luxury

  • If it's a spot of unbridled luxury you're after, then the Regent Porto Montenegro should fit the bill. It overlooks the harbour in Tivat (brilliant for eyeing up the super yachts) and rooms are spacious with classic yet contemporary interiors designed by Parisian, Tino Zervudachi.

For a beach break

  • The Boutique Hotel Casa del mare is a new hotel with its own private beach, right on the bay. Modern sandstone on the outside, this hotel has large, light and luxurious interiors and eight rooms.

To escape

  • If you're thinking of honeymooning in Montenegro, this one may be for you, the Hotel Perastra: a small, opulent hotel in beautiful surroundings. Each room and suite has been individually styled, with an eye for romance, and the hotel pool has spectacular views over the Bay of Kotor. Plus there's an excellent restaurant and a state of the art spa.
  • Just along the coast, between Perast and Kotor, is the Palazzo Radomiri, a gorgeous, seven room villa, which also offers wonderful views out to the bay. Rooms are traditional, but chic and there's a fabulous Balkan-Mediterranean fusion restaurant.

Still not sure which is the best place to stay in Kotor for you? Browse through our list of all the best places to stay in Kotor, or contact one of our friendly Gurus for advice.