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Palazzo Radomiri

Dobrota, Montenegro

Venetian splendour meets wild Montenegrin beauty at this pretty waterfront palazzo with alfresco restaurant

Palazzo Radomiri has a real blend of international elegance about it, from the Moroccan-style outdoor snugs to the Mediterranean-Balkan fusion fare in its restaurant - and luxe elements mingle happily with the exposed stone and rugged scenery of its setting. Built at the height of Kotor Bay’s time under Venetian rule, this Baroque property was one of many weekend homes that sprung up in Dobrota for affluent traders. They’d spend their week living and working in Old Town Kotor, before sailing along the coast for a few days of peace in their waterfront palazzo. And just like the 18th-century Radomiri family, guests still flock here to enjoy the tranquil seaside beauty of this unassuming village.

Converted to a hotel in 2006, the palazzo now holds 10 antiques-filled bedrooms (each with an expansive sea view), as well as a bistro-style courtyard, a large pool and a sun-drenched jetty leading into the bay’s crystalline water - to resist a swim is inconceivable! Mountains wall the coast and after a couple of days relaxing you'll find yourself wanting a little activity and adventure. No problem. Start with a morning yoga class overlooking the sea, then hire bicycles and kayaks or take a private boat trip to discover your very own corner of Kotor Bay.

Guest Ratings

Room:
80%
Food:
80%
Service:
80%
Value:
100%
Overall:
85%

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Highs

  • The stone architecture mirrors that of Kotor's historic walled Old Town, a beautiful spot for a day out and just 4km along the coast
  • A sublimely peaceful place to unwind and the Junior Suite is ideal for honeymooners with its ancient stone balcony overlooking the bay
  • Good value - and rates include breakfast and tax
  • Aquamarine waters, verdant hillsides and craggy mountains define the region, and making the most of them is easy with bikes, kayaks and guided excursions all available from the hotel; great for outdoorsy families
  • You're just an hour south of the Croatian border, so Dubrovnik and its airport are within easy reach

Lows

  • Breakfast was a little underwhelming when we visited, but the menu has since changed considerably and feedback is good
  • 65% of your stay must be paid on reservation
  • The 18th-century courtyard dining space only has glimpses of the sea
  • There are a lot of steps between the various elements of the hotel, so it's not ideal for those with limited mobility or for toddlers
  • Those seeking nightlife and excitement may prefer to be in central Kotor

A boutique hotel of great warmth and charm...        

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Save to favouritesPrintMailPalazzo RadomiriPalazzo Radomiri has a real blend of international elegance about it, from the Moroccan-style outdoor snugs to the Mediterranean-Balkan fusion fare in its restaurant - and luxe elements mingle happily with the exposed stone and rugged scenery of its setting. Built at the height of Kotor Bay’s time under Venetian rule, this Baroque property was one of many weekend homes that sprung up in Dobrota for affluent traders. They’d spend their week living and working in Old Town Kotor, before sailing along the coast for a few days of peace in their waterfront palazzo. And just like the 18th-century Radomiri family, guests still flock here to enjoy the tranquil seaside beauty of this unassuming village. Converted to a hotel in 2006, the palazzo now holds 10 antiques-filled [r:MN006:bedrooms] (each with an expansive sea view), as well as a bistro-style courtyard, a large pool and a sun-drenched jetty leading into the bay’s crystalline water - to resist a swim is inconceivable! Mountains wall the coast and after a couple of days relaxing you'll find yourself wanting a little activity and adventure. No problem. Start with a morning yoga class overlooking the sea, then hire bicycles and kayaks or take a private boat trip to discover your very own corner of Kotor Bay.

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