Palazzo Radomiri Hotel
Palazzo Radomiri Hotel stands out from other Montenegrin hotels for its historical authenticity. An 18th century private residential palazzo was turned into this small hotel only in 2006. Bare stone walls, so typical of Montenegrin traditional seaside architecture, looks so romantic in your room and brings you back to the baroque epoch as well as some furniture and the names of the rooms. The palazzo used to belong to a wealthy family of ship captains, so all the rooms bear names of the ships they once owned. Glorioso honeymoon suite stands out by its sophisticated beauty, elegance and amazing bay views from the balcony.
Palazzo Radomiri Hotel serves breakfast and light snacks so don’t miss out on signature national lozovaca which is Montenegrin grappa. Also, you must sample njeguski prsut, a genuine delicacy in form of mouth melting ham. Try to visit a local Kotor green market to buy mountain got cheese as well as domestic olives and olive oil. If you are visiting in summer, definitely sample figs, grapes, blueberry and pomegranate. You will easily organize receptions and romantic events with the hotel’s lovely courtyard and banqueting facilities. There is an onsite business centre, laundry and dry cleaning service to keep you tidy.