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With more than a thousand rooms, two pools, 11 tennis courts, four restaurants, salons, a cinema, galleries and markets on-site, this recently renovated resort is less a hotel than a rambling, raucous village (or – with its nightly entertainment schedules and karaoke parties – a beached cruise ship). Fans of Yugoslav architecture will find its spacious socialism-meets-Spanish-Mission aesthetic fascinating. Some facilities are also open to nonguests.
Offering outdoor pools and tennis courts, Slovenska Plaza is a Mediterranean-style tourist village set directly on the Adriatic coast in Budva. A short 50-metre walk through a park will get you to the beach. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas. All of its rooms are air conditioned and have cable TV, fridge, desk and a private bathroom equipped with a hairdryer. In addition, the suites come with a separate living area, and some of them have a balcony as well. Wi-Fi connection in rooms is charged extra. Hotel Slovenska Plaza houses several restaurants and bars including the Aperitif Bar, which serves coffee with pastries every morning. Guests can sample fish and seafood dishes at the Pjaca Restaurant. In the summertime there are numerous festivals and events taking place in the tourist resort. Aerobic classes, a belly dancing school and a large playground for children are available, as well as salsa and zumba lessons, yoga and pilates. The hotel is within a 10-minute walk away from the Old Town of Budva. Mogren Beach is 20 minutes by car.