Montenegro Hotels


Aman Sveti Stefan

Aman Sveti Stefan, Sveti Stefan

At a Glance


  • historic buildings
  • stunning island location
  • modern interior design
  • fine pebble beaches
  • complimentary airport transfer


  • some rooms have small windows and can be rather dark
  • very expensive
  • renovations still not complete

Aman Sveti Stefan Review

Having fallen into complete disrepair during the Yugoslavian war, this magnificent island complex was rejuvinated under the new ownership of Singapore-based Aman Resorts to comprise of 50 luxurious rooms, suites, and cottages, some with private pools. The intimate main complex, on the island of Svet Stefan, is connected to the mainland by a causeway, and is nestled within 15th-century defensive walls—it's an entire village of cobbled streets lined by medieval stone cottages with terra-cotta tile roofs. Each unit is unique with the original medieval walls exposed and elegant contemporary design combined with centuries-old details such as wooden doors and stone lintels. Also on the island is a pool with a wooden deck, six spa cottages offering massage and beauty treatments, and a gym. An additional Aman Spa, set amid pine trees on the mainland, close to Villa Miločer, is planned for 2013. Note that high season rates include daily breakfast for two, while low season guests enjoy daily full board, excluding beverages; all get complimentary round trip transfers from Tivat Airport. Villa Miločer, on the mainland, reopened in 2008. It was originally built as the Montenegrin royal summer residence in the 1930s and has eight spacious suites, all with parquet floors and woolen rugs, and bathrooms with stone floors and free-standing bathtubs.

    Hotel Details

  • 6 rooms, 8 suites, 36 cottages
  • Rate includes breakfast, all meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 07-19-2013

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