The Queen Of Montenegro4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We went there beginning of August for 3 nights.The hotel is big and beautiful. Nice infinity pool overlooking the beautiful beach. Private beach area very clean, we loved it there, although you need around 5 minutes walking to get there but worth it (the way back might be a problem for severely unfit individuals). The rooms are spacious and clean (we found one dead bug in the bathroom but it was cleaned by the cleaning crew). Very comfortable bed/mattress and pillows. 3 minutes walk to the bus stop that takes you to the old town for 1 euro per person per way. Breakfast is very good and many options. Dinner is also very good and not expensive at the hotel. The pool bar at sunset is lovely for a drink and there was live entertainment. The only drawback were the staff, not rude but not kind and helpful at the same time (except for the restaurant employees they were very nice and attentive). I would recommend it for a short stay in Budva, Montenegro.
We had prebooked a taxi online when we arrived in Tivat by plane from Oslo Norway. The taxi ride took about 20-30 min. We arrived at the hotel in the evening and had a fast check in. Reception staff were ok. I can agree that they are not overtly friendly and forthcoming, but they did their jobs efficiently with no fuss. Nothing extra. We had a normal double room with an extra bed for our son, also a small balcony which was nice to dry our beach towels and sit in the evenings. Well functioning air- conditioning. Clean room and very friendly and helpful staff cleaning the rooms every day. Nothing broken or old looking in the room. Hallways have spotty (not dirty) carpets and there are some damages here and there on the walls that need fixing. Again, not a major issue, but just overall lowers the impression a bit. Breakfast: Food is good and the wide variety should cater for most people. Juices and coffee have the potential too be much better than what is being offered. There is a station where you can get your egg prepared upon request. Lots of fruits, different bread, warm and cold dishes ++ Pool area is nice, but there are obviously too few sundbeds compared to how many rooms this hotel has. Not something that will bother you immensely, but it is time to replace some of the small tiles that have been falling of the swimming pool. It seems that the pool that doubles for a "kiddies pool" is a non functioning giant jacuzzi. Free sun beds at the beach also, but then again, if one arrives in the middle of the day, there might not be any of the free sun beds left. There is a paying section that is also owned by the hotel...Make sure to bring rubber slippers to the beach, as the pebbles get super HOT, and you don´t want to burn off the skin under your feet before a swim :) Bar staff and beach staff friendly and relatively quick service. As there was 40 + degreees when we stayed in Becici, I personally do not understand how they were able to work all day without passing out... We had several massages at the spa in the hotel. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Professional and skilled masseurs/masseuses. Food in restauants of the hotel were average. We did not dine at the a la carte restaurant but at the beach restaurant and ate of the bar menu. The crane at the building site surely is placed just in front of the hotel, but then again I did not spend all day staring at it...The buidling site seems to be abandoned...I would not worry too much about disturbing noise in the near future. The steps to the beach are no problem at all if one does not have physical impairments. It is a nice way of being forced to move a bit when one is just relaxing at the beach or pool all day. There might though be more suitable hotels and places to go if one is dependent on a wheelchair. Thanks for a nice holiday and good memories :)
We had a great time at this hotel! Our rooms were large and very clean and we had a nice balcony. The breakfast and dinners were fantastic and had a very wide selection of buffet options. The hotel also has an outdoor infinity pool overlooking the sea and it's pretty big for a European hotel. In the evening they have some singing and entertainment and you can rent some shisha (there are only two available however). The bar also has a very good selection of cocktails which I especially enjoyed. The hotel is far away enough that you would want to take a cab into the old town. The reception staff was very helpful to us in facilitating car rentals which was much appreciated. I would definitely consider staying here again if I get the chance to come back to Budva.
Good location but pool area was spoilt by construction/cranes right in front of you which was a shame. Service round the pool was lacking, breakfast was very good and the staff there were friendly - front desk service was average, lack of information given at check in as you need to pay for the towels at the beach and you also cannot room charge which they didn't inform us about. The room was basic but comfortable and clean.
We spent three nights in mid-July 2017. This is a place where unique setting trumped hotel utility. Our room was dark, lacked a full-length mirror, a make-up mirror, had wood toilet seats, and poor lighting. It's a former fishing village and has scenic charm but doesn't function well. Anyone with slightest physical challenges would suffer here as it is labyrinth like with small stone stairs everywhere. If you go, stay at the villas which are a boat ride or long walk away from the main building. Montenegro is a beautiful country with rock beaches and the density of Coney Island on the 4th of July. The staff at the hotel was excellent and the food good. This was our 6th Aman experience .We love Amans but won't be returning to this property.
This hotel, staff, food and location was amazing and is a place that I will be visiting again. We had a fantastic view from our room and the staff could not do enough for you. The food was always warm and cooked and tasted great.
I spent 4 nights here and would recommend it to those both looking for a pool/beach holiday or a base to explore further Although a reasonably modern hotel, the rooms are a little dated for those used to modern hotels in many parts of the world and wifi signal wasn't great, but the room was a very good size, comfortable, clean and the staff were very helpful The pool isn't massive, but then many hotels don't seem to even have pools and there is a nice view from the pool deck over the bay. The beach is just a couple of hundred metres away and only those really out of shape will find the steps a challenge I didn't try the restaurant or entertainment as there are some great restaurants and bars in budva, which has a beautiful old town so I didn't see the point in just staying in the hotel. It's about 6-7 euros in a cab to the old town, though be careful of taxis trying to rip you off with higher fares. I never had an issue with the taxis the hotel called for me
I will try to be objective and neutral here. Overall our trip was a pleasant relaxing and enjoyable stay. We stayed in room 208, from 4-10July2017. The minor things I mention here were not reported to the hotel staff and are for perspective only and do not depict the hotel or experience as a whole. Since the hotel is placed about 1/4 of the way up the hillside, there was a building under construction in front of it and a large yellow tower crane blocking view of the beach and surrounding areas. There was no construction performed during our stay, which was appreciated as there was no additional noise. The hotel has it own walkway and bridge over the main road to the beach, which takes about 5-10 minutes at an average pace. The Hotel was very nice in the public areas. The rooms were very basic, with a tiny (14" SDTV anti-theft mounted to the wall) and basic wood furnishings inside. Much less than was expected from a 4-Star hotel. The spa /wellness center was nice. Rodi, one of their sales representatives was their best attribute. Very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable about products and services, always greeting us, whether at the pool or on the beach. We got to the point where we considered Rodi a pleasant addition to our stay as he welcomed us more genuinely than most of the hotel staff and we always greeted him in kind, offering for him to join us for a drink when he had time. Rodi also offered to put some healing oil on my back one night to soothe the burning free of charge, further adding to his reputation as one of the Wellness Centers best attributes. The masseur did not pay attention to a request for aloe Vera oil, but instead used bronzing oil on my sunburned back. The massage and sauna were very nice and relaxing. The restaurant waitstaff could've been more attentive and friendly, but were always very professional. They usually asked for payment first, bringing the check before or with the food or drinks, instead of after the meal. They rarely smiled, greeted patrons, just walked up to the table saying "Yes?" Room service was quick, surprisingly so, as it only took 5 minutes from ordering to room delivery. The evening buffet dinner downstairs on level -1 was pretty good. They had a very nice white tablecloth atmosphere, outside patio tables and an excellent selection of food choices from meats, pastas, salads, fruits and desserts for a flat 15€ fee per person for those who did not have dinner included in their reservation. We chose not to include that as we planned to eat outside too. The food was always the proper temperature and cooked well and tasted very good too. The room could've used some more touching up, the bathroom ceiling had black mold growing on it. The door to the room needed some light maintenance as it was very hard to close quietly when leaving as the latch would stick and you had to pull quite hard on it, usually making considerable noise. Housekeeping service was excellent, polite and very attentive to detail, always fixing everything in the room to perfection. The bathroom was always cleaned, bed made quite well, trash can emptied, even after we moved it outside to the balcony. The floors were always moist-mopped and never sticky or dirty. The housekeepers we encountered were very friendly and professional. The beach was rocks, not sand and the lifeguard/security officer/bouncer moves patrons around for no apparent reason and with little remorse or consideration to guest comfort or feelings toward the matter. The closest rows to the water apparently belonged to some other company and hotel patrons were not allowed to sit there for some unexplained reason. Reception desk wasn't any more helpful either. The Queen of Montenegro beach hotel has a stupid rule about requiring a shirt before entering the lobby from the pool, which was odd, as most beach hotels in the world don't care, as long as you are not dripping wet from a swim. I was quietly chastised by one of the staff for making this mistake while attempting to retrieve something from our room. The evening entertainment from 8pm-11pm was decent at best. Most other hotels had crowd stopping shows, where tourists on the beachfront sidewalk would stop to watch the performances. QoM had some local guy singing over prerecorded music from the 80's and 90's. Their performer and choice of evening entertainment felt very low budget and low quality for a 4 star hotel. I have also posted a similar review on google.
Hotel lovely, great view from third floor, staff friendly, food great, location was just right, away from the bustle of Budva but within walking distance of the old town. Private area of the lovely Becici beach was fantastic, sunbeds included, perfect for swimming and relaxing. Best to visit before high season starts in July as we were told it gets very busy.
Having read a lot of negative reviews some people must be really hard to please.... We had an amazing time Room 509. The Crane didn't bother us at all no building work at all . The Beach is down some steps didn't count them but certainly didn't seem like 96 in some comments . The rooms are Air Conditioned really well . Good Food A Choice For All . Found Staff a little bit eager to clear Tables . Really nice Restaurant Bars on the sea Front . Reasonable Priced for the Euro .Can't really say about any Trips We just Relaxed on the Beach . We will definitely be returning But we will Fly to Tivat via EasyJet The crossing of the boarder from Dubrovnik Is Horrendous All in All a Truly Amazing Stay 👍
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Within a short walk of Becici Beach, The Queen Of Montenegro is within 2 miles (3 km) of Sveti Nikola Island. This 227-room, 4-star hotel welcomes business and leisure travelers with a private beach, a casino, and 2 restaurants. It's also near Slovenska Beach and Kraljinica Beach.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay. This hotel is home to 2 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.
All 227 air-conditioned rooms provide balconies, sofa beds, and minibars. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. In-room massages are available, and other amenities include safes and desks.
Guests of The Queen Of Montenegro have access to a private beach, a casino, and an indoor pool. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 60 per vehicle one way. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach hotel include an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub.
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82% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 608 reviews