Regent Hotel Opens Its Doors at Porto Montenegro

By Paul Joseph

The new Regent Hotel in Porto Montenegro officially opened its doors to the public today, representing the latest phase in the luxury marina resort’s evolution into a truly world class destination.

Featuring 51 guest rooms and 35 suites and residences, each offering stunning views of Boka Bay or the majestic mountains of Montenegro. the new hotel is the first to be created within the Porto Montenegro development and is expected to extend the marina’s reach beyond the superyacht community to luxury travellers in general.

Inspired by Renaissance Venice, the hotel incorporates Italian palazzo influences along with several nautical references to complement its surroundings. According to interior designer Tino Zervudachi, he based his concept on giving the hotel the feel of a luxury ship.

Notable amenities include an open air sea front Italian Garden, a 20-metre outdoor pool with scenic views, a beach club, a restaurant, a gourmet patisserie and delicatessen, and a spa complete with indoor vitality pool, hammam, sauna, steam room, fully-equipped fitness centre and juice bar.

“We are absolutely thrilled to announce the opening of the Regent Porto Montenegro, the latest addition to the growing Regent Hotels & Resorts collection,” said Mark Lettenbichler, CEO of Regent Hotels & Resorts.

“Our hotel, restaurants and spa will enhance what is already destined to be the new lifestyle destination in the Mediterranean.”

The hotel is located in the town of Tivat and is easily accessible via three international airports – Tivat (4,6km), Dubrovnik (47km) and Podgorica (90km). Helicopter transfers are available from Dubrovnik and Podgorica.

Widely considered one of Europe’s most up-and-coming superyacht destinations, Porto Montenegro is home to an array of shops and luxury boutiques, bars and dining options as well as high-end residences and a yacht club. Its marina currently features 250 berths for yachts up to 150 metres, with work underway to expand that to 420 berths.

By Paul Joseph