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Water shimmers down the corridor wall as you enter this chic boutique hotel hidden in the Old Town’s fortifications. The rooms are on the small side but they’re beautifully furnished; the sea-view suite is spectacular...
Let's hope Durmitor's hoteliers are taking note, as this newcomer could teach them a thing of two. Rooms are kitted out with monsoon shower heads, Etro toiletries, robes and slippers...
Bianca Resort & Spa
Take one large angular hotel with quirky hexagonal windows, completely gut it and give it a designer rustic look and you end up with an atmospheric, idiosyncratic and first-rate ski resort...
On the northern fringe of the city, 2.5km from the centre, this shiny new hotel is the best place to stay in Nikšić by far. Ask for a rear room; they're quieter and have mountain views. Breakfast is served on the terrace of the 1st-floor restaurant.
Hotel Haus Freiburg
High on the slopes above the town, this family-run hotel has well kitted out apartments and rooms, and a particularly attractive roof terrace with sea views, a swimming pool and small restaurant...
Kristina's four apartments are decked out with rich colours, chandeliers, tiny kitchenettes and flat-screen TVs, and each has its own little balcony gazing over the bay...
A business-orientated makeover in 2008 has thankfully kept the 1970s exterior angularity of this city-fringe hotel, while the surrealist art of Dado Ðurić has prevented a total beige-out inside...
It's an odd set-up, with the hotel accessed from the rear of a central city shopping centre draped in fake ivy. However, the rooms are good, clean and surprisingly quiet. Plus the name is pronounced a bit like 'carebear', which is kinda cute...
Hotel Monte Cristo
It's not going to win any hip design awards but this old stone place offers a cheerful welcome and clean, brightly tiled rooms in a supremely central location. There's a restaurant downstairs, so expect some noise.
Sentido Tara Hotel
Big, modern and bland but close to the beach, the Tara is popular with older Western European travellers. The vibe's low-key and relaxed, and there's a nice stretch of lawn by the pool.
An oasis of green lawns in the scorched field surrounding the airport, this new hotel offers better value than its city equivalents and is a great option if you've got a badly timed flight. The interiors offset dark wooden furniture with local stone...
Petrovac na Moru
With a quiet location under the pine-covered hill immediately west of the town beach, this four-storey hotel is small enough to maintain a relaxed family ambience, but big enough to provide some appealing extras, such as the attractive little pool on ...
This stone palazzo and its equally grand sister, the Palata Venecija , are reached by the cobbled lanes and stairs of the Old Town – not great if you're lugging luggage but very atmospheric nonetheless...
You can’t quibble over the exceptionally reasonable prices of this modern business-orientated minihotel in the centre of town...
Hotel Villa Duomo
Duomo offers a wonderful blend of modern comforts and traditional ambience. Wooden sleigh beds, old-fashioned phones and writing desks are set against the bare stone walls, alongside plasma TVs, DVDs and, in some rooms, jacuzzis...
Hotel Per Astra
Located right at the top of the town (the stairs will get you fit, but they can be difficult at night), this old stone complex offers 11 suites with over-the-top decor, fine views and a small pool.
While the interiors don't live up to the promise of the Swiss chalet–style building, the rooms are more than adequate. A sauna, a small gym and an indoor pool sweeten the deal.
Don't be put off by the ghosts of Yugoslavia past in the reception or the staff's complete lack of English. The rooms at this former state hotel have had a spruce up and some have terraces facing over the lake.
Given its location and excellent facilities, the Eminent seems to be set up for businesspeople keen on an after-work tipple. The front rooms can be noisy but the comfortable mezzanine apartments open on to a covered veranda at the rear.
It’s a 15-minute stroll from the centre but if it’s beach you’re after, Perla’s possie is perfect. The helpful staff speak excellent English and the front rooms of this medium-sized modern block have private terraces and sea views...
In a quiet back street halfway between the town centre and the bus station, this little hotel has simple rooms, English-speaking staff and an attractive restaurant serving a mix of local and international dishes (mains €3 to €10).
Bounce into a large clean room with a desk and terrace at this minimal-frills midsized hotel that’s a hop, step and jump from the beach...