Studio apartment Ines is located in the most attractive part of Budva (Gospostina). Near the Lounge bar ‘Perla’, about 300m from the beach and the old town and just a few minutes walk from the popular beach Mogren.
The studio has its own entrance and terrace, bathroom, kitchen, air conditioning, TV, wireless internet connection. It is equipped with a double bed.
Budva is the most visited destination in Montenegro and is considered to be the Miami Beach of the country. It does not take much to understand why- this ancient city boasts a plethora of exciting things to do and see. From its Venetian-style architecture to the stunning sun-drenched beaches, Budva is the destination of choice for over one million tourists each year. Montenegro literally translates into Black Mountain, a name originating from its previous inhabitants, the ancient Venetians. Montenegro gained its independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1878, and was formally recognized as a country in 2006. Most of the locals speak Serbian and Montenegrin, but you will hear numerous languages being spoken on Budva’s pebbled shores due to the city’s strong international appeal. Budva is over 2,500 years old, which makes it the oldest settlement in the Adriatic! The influence of the Romans who once occupied it can still be seen today in Budva’s old town. Many historians believe the old town was once an island that has since been joined to the shore by sand. Budva enjoys about 270 days of hot Mediterranean summer each year, which helps to make it a sought after summer getaway for young people from all over the world who want to bathe in the blue waters, catch a perfect tan, and party like a rock star every night. There is no shortage of yachts in Budva’s marinas or lack of fresh seafood being served in restaurants around town. Whether you are traveling with a special someone, or in a group with friends, Budva is a sunlit and enchanting place that exemplifies the treasure that is Montenegro’s Adriatic coast.
Check in: 12:00 – 22:00
Check out: 08:00 – 10:00