Aman Sveti Stefan in Montenegro
A fortified village dating back to the 15th century, the island of Sveti Stefan is a uniquely atmospheric setting of cobbled lanes, handsome courtyards and serene sea views. Hand-restored stone buildings house the 50 Rooms, Cottages and Suites on the island, each one individually styled to showcase original details and to harmonize with the centuries of history that give the isle its inimitable charm.
Local ingredients fill the menus at Aman Sveti Stefan’s varied dining venues, from the Aman Restaurant to the convivial Piazza and intimate Dining Room at Villa Milocer. Organic vegetables and fruits are accompanied by sea bass, octopus and rock oysters direct from the Adriatic and pasture-fed beef from the north of Montenegro, as well as a variety of local cheeses, honeys and jams, olive oils and herbs. From the hammams of Morocco to the hot springs of Japan, our Wellness approach offers a journey of reawakening. Across the globe, we integrate local spa rituals with indigenous ingredients, a profoundly therapeutic touch, providing a gentle sense of joy and discovery. We believe that reconnecting with your environment and the purity of Nature offers a means to rediscover the universe inside the Self.
*PLEASE NOTE: Sveti Stefan Island will be closed between October 2016 - April 2017*
Location of Aman Sveti Stefan
Nearest Airport: TGD
Amenities for Aman Sveti Stefan
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Wellness Center
- Bird Watching
- Wellness Programs
- Historic Sites
- Honeymoons & Romance
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Aman Sveti Stefan
The hotel deserves a 5 star based on its location, but there is more than just location. Service and room was as any good 5 star hotel. Staff pleasant. During our stay at the hotel, there were a couple of guests who stayed with an entourage of people, photograph, security guard, butler etc. At one point, one of the guest's security guard push me aside to make space for his 'boss'. Having said that, repeating myself, the photos don't do the hotel justice. It's very picturesque.
Moumin - London
Located just south of Budva, this resort is notch above everything else. It's a small island village totally refurbished and improved from it's old self, dating back to 15th century and connected to the mainland by a tiny walking path. Our "village room" had a stone walls, king bed, bathroom, Wi-Fi, TV, sound system, safe and a personal bar. Daily breakfast was included, also private beach, parking, a cliff pool and a restaurant. PS. I have stayed there back in 1971 when it was Yugoslavia, could not believe the tons of money they have spent since then.
1trekky - Carlsbad, California
We stayed in August for 2 nights (wish it had been longer!) as a family of 4. This is without doubt amongst the very best hotels we have ever stayed at. Obviously this level of luxury does not come cheap but it is really worth it: super setting on its own private island (probably one of the most photographed places in Montenegro), picturesque village complete with churches and "piazzas", quiet and relaxing atmosphere, top notch service, spacious rooms, classic Aman understated luxury, beautiful views and sunsets, 3 sand beaches to choose from, great spa, several swimming pools, good restaurants, a sense of exclusivity ... Hard to think of anything to change!
Tanguy M - London, United Kingdom
No word can describe this place and taste of all senses in this amazing and breathing taking place. Love the olives trees and the view from restaurant. Food is tasty and wine as on photos I recommend but waiters will recommend you as she recommend us
I recently had the pleasure of staying at Aman Sveti Stefan, I would recommend it to anyone that wants to unwind, relax, and stay somewhere that is very unique. I stayed on the island in a lovely, private and peaceful cottage with great views. The room is very tastefully decorated with simple but luxurious furniture. I understand that each cottage has a unique layout, with some being smaller/larger in the same category but the smaller ones often having other advantages (such as a better view etc). The island itself is just a lovely place to spend time, it always felt as though you can find a terrace to relax on where there were no other people. The sense of peacefulness as you walk around the island is quite something to behold. Even walking over the causeway to the island is quite breath-taking, the island is so picture perfect and you feel very special in being able to stay in such a great setting. The restaurants on the island were good, with the more casual restaurant providing food such as mezze platters at a reasonable price. The Signature restaurant served more high end fare, but was also quite a bit more expensive. The terrace by the signature restaurant is a fantastic place to watch the sunset while enjoying cocktails. There are 2 pools on the island that are open to guests, including an adults only cliff top pool. The breakfast is good, you can choose to have it on the island or at the villa on the mainland. Both locations have the same breakfast menu, but they are quite different settings which is nice if you want a change. The spa and wellness centre is magnificent. We went for a couple of treatments and they were excellent, with very friendly staff. We also made use of the very well equipped gym (there is also a smaller one on the island) which overlooks one of the private beaches on the mainland, it felt like you had your own private gym. Pilates reformer machines are also available in another room which you can book for private use. The indoor pool at the wellness centre is very stunning. The service was very interesting, as it was our first stay at an Aman we were amazed at how everyone seemed to know who we were, even though we never said our room numbers/names. We felt so very well looked after, it really was a special feeling. There are some small, very minor hiccups with the service, for example there were a couple of times where we had to ask for things twice - but overall the service was great. The issues with service are very minor but worth pointing out so that they are not so jarring if it happens on your stay. I think the service is improving all the time with the management that they have in place. Overall it is up there with the best place I have ever stayed, with the combination of setting, peacefulness, well being, and all round feeling of being cared for. While it is expensive relative to other places, I came away feeling that it was good value
SomethingaboutEurope - London, United Kingdom