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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
Jane and Tappa, the hotel GM couple ensure that this hotel is amongst the top resorts in the world. Its unique location and design sets it even above other AMAN properties. I spent 4 nights at the hotel and could have easily stayed much longer. The rooms are each different and provide wonderful views to the private beaches. The resort has various private pools which ensure that it never feels "busy". Service is truly personal and the atmosphere throughout the hotel is truly special! The hotel and team created unique memories and I hope to return soon again!
Marcel16 - Hong Kong
I have traveled to many places, and have visited a few other Aman hotels, and this one is by far my favorite. If you have a chance to go, do not miss it. The hotel is incredibly unique and like all Amans, the service is impeccable. The spa was also a highlight (it is about a 5-10 minute walk from the hotel). Highly recommend!
Dasma2 - Charlotte, North Carolina
We stayed in Sveti Stefan with my husband and 2 years old. As a lot of other viewers mentioned, we similarly stayed in other Aman hotels before, and by far it was the worst experience. Although the location is amazing, our room lacked some practicalities in general - not having a mirror, or having a mirror in the darkest corner, or not being able to close the curtains in some of the windows which meant the room was quite bright early in the morning. In terms of dining, the luxury restaurant was ok (although not extraordinary), but the casual Piazza one was I would say on the poor side at times. But our main problem which led me to write this review was the constant misunderstanding we had with the staff at the critical times we needed them. For example, we are leaving the hotel, calling the reception to send someone to help with the lugages (and you need help with luggages in this hotel because of architecture and hundreds of steps) and they immediately tell you they are sending someone straight away, and no one shows up after 15 minutes. You call them again, and they sincerely apoligize, and say they are now sending someone, and again no one comes. And we werent even that much suprised, as having a bit of understanding after 5 days. And we evetually had to carry our own luggages! And second main thing was the hotel was supposed to arrange our transport to Montenegro airport, and we had arranged that weeks before our arrival, but somehow all the car seats were used, so there was no car seat for my 2 years old, and we had to drive my son on my lap, after spending half an hour arguing (I honestly believe they could have bought a car seat in that time if they wanted to, considering the room rate, not to mention asking nearby car companies etc) otherwise we were going to miss our flight. I am not sure if it is cultural, or just the hotel management, but our impression with the hotel was you immediately get "yes of course, however you wish" response for everything, but when the day comes they just dont deliver. And they think its ok. And I find this unacceptable in this type of hotel. Still 2 stars because beautiful location and architecture.
eden1452 - London, United Kingdom
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