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Palazzo Radomiri Hotel

Dobrota 220, Kotor, Montenegro


  • Rooms : 17.0
  • Service : 18.5
  • Public Spaces : 17.0

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From €140 (approx. $157)
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It’s almost beyond living memory now, but Montenegro had something of a golden age in the middle of the last century, when the likes of Richard Burton, Marilyn Monroe, and Sophia Loren were luxuriating on its beaches. Travel to the Bay of Kotor, where the baroque-palace-turned-boutique-hotel Palazzo Radomiri overlooks a particularly stunning stretch of coast, and the perspective starts to lengthen. Scattered among the steep hillsides that frame the narrow bay here are ruins left behind by the Greeks, Romans, and Illyrians, and then there are those marbled streets and Italianate piazzas from the days when Venetian seafarers passed their days here — in lavish style, if the architecture is any indication — after getting their fill of skirmishing with pirates. So, though Montenegro has experienced something of a renaissance as a destination among savvy beach-goers over the past half-decade or so, this is not a place getting its first taste of glamor.

A more cynical hotelier in a resurgent destination might find a nice beach and plunk a generic block of stucco and glass on it as quickly as possible, but the folks behind Palazzo Radomiri have done the painstaking opposite. They’ve taken the 18th-century home of a family-line of wealthy sea captains, preserved its historical feel by way of exposed stone walls and just enough antique furniture to make its ten rooms feel like an old home rather than a museum, and added the requisite modern comforts.

Strolling along the ancient, defensive walls as they snake through the hills of Kotor, admiring the impressive double-tower of a Romanesque cathedral consecrated in 1166, it’s possible to do a lot of inland exploring. In the end, though, it would be a shame to come here and not relax by the sea, for it’s more than a backdrop for all the history. With a picnic of local goat cheese and fresh figs and other Mediterranean goodies packed by the hotel’s staff for your private trip by boat to a secluded beach, it may be hard to imagine that it was ever any better.

Please note: Palazzo Radomiri is open seasonally April through October. Three night minimum required in July and August.

How to get there:

Palazzo Radomiri Hotel is approximately 90 minutes by car from Podgorica Airport Montenegro and Cilipi Airport Dubrovnik. Kotor Bus Stations is 15 minutes by car from the hotel.

Please contact for assistance with airport transfers.

  • Palazzo Radomiri Hotel
  • Dobrota 220
  • Kotor, Montenegro

Hotel amenities and services

  • 24 hour gym
  • Babysitting (on request)
  • Bar
  • Bicycle rentals nearby
  • Boardroom
  • Business center
  • Central air conditioning
  • Free parking
  • Free wi-fi
  • Garden
  • Library
  • Lounge
  • Luggage storage
  • Multi-lingual staff
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Restaurant
  • Rooftop terrace bar
  • Sauna
  • Shopping area nearby
  • Spa
  • Wake-up service
  • Wine tours nearby
  • Yoga

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