This summer sees the opening of the brand new Holiday Village Montenegro, and trust us, you won’t be disappointed. You’ve got all makings of a Holiday Village including an aerial adventure course, a la carte dining and your pick of pools, but this time it’s in a fresh location – the beautiful Montenegro.
From its intriguing setting to its family-friendly facilities and swanky room options, we’ve got the lowdown on the latest Holiday Village.
For those of you who don’t know much about Montenegro, it’s about time you took notice. Just like its Balkan neighbor, Croatia, this medieval country is fast-becoming the in-trend destination.
Lush greenery, surrounding soaring mountains and Adriatic Sea views, it’s hardly surprising that people are taking an interest. But as much as the scenery is the main appeal, the architecture and old town centres are just as impressive.
You’ll find the new Holiday Village situated in Ulcinj. This lesser-known gem is the southernmost city on Montenegro’s coast and is adored by many for its giant stretches of sand and long-standing history. In fact, Ulcinj is one of the oldest towns on the Adriatic Coast – more than 2,000 years to be exact.
Plus, the Holiday Village Montenegro has bagged the best location in town, on Velika Plaza, the biggest beach in Ulcinj with an impressive 12 kilometres of sand.
If you want to do some exploring during your time in Montenegro, this hotel is an hour and 40 minutes from Kotor. This fortified town is worth a visit, even if it’s just to catch sight of its luxury yachts and majestic mountains.
If you’re running out of places to take the family, you can’t go wrong with the Holiday Village Montenegro. Like the rest of the collection, these hotels have been designed with little ones in mind.
Equipped with all their trademark touches, you can expect things like an aerial assault course, Waterwalkerz and a football academy with FA or UEFA qualified coaches. There’s plenty on the entertainment front too, with three kids’ clubs covering every age. This means children will get to enjoy activities that are appropriate to their age group.
Teens also get their own space, we’re talking somewhere with an older vibe including perks like free Wi-Fi and DJ sessions.
For adults who want to enjoy the hotel’s offerings without worrying about their little ones, there’s also a late-night kid’s club where children will get to enjoy things like chocolate parties and film nights.
And it wouldn’t be a Holiday Village if there wasn’t a splash park. That’s right – kids will get to enjoy their very own water experience too, with a pool designed especially for mini swimmers.
This hotel certainly hasn’t scrimped on luxury, from its modern room interiors to its lush landscaped gardens and its beautifully designed restaurants.
Everything has a fresh feel when it comes to the rooms with bright white furnishings and fancy wall art – it won’t be long before you’re calling the place home. There’s also the option to upgrade your stay, and with a menu of rooms, we guarantee you’ll find one to suit.
When it comes to dining, All-Inclusive is standard here, and with plenty of tasty options, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
The buffet restaurant will keep you nourished breakfast, lunch, and dinner with its huge varied spreads, while the hotel’s two a la carte restaurants are perfect for something a little fancier. These dining spots also require a reservation.
With 11 room types, it shouldn’t be too hard finding a room to suit your needs. With the largest room sleeping a maximum of six people, you’ll be able to fit the full family in. Split into two bedrooms, you’ll have plenty of space too.
All rooms come with the essentials – air-conditioning, a balcony or terrace and a queen-size bed. For any additions, from extra space or direct pool access, the Holiday Village Montenegro comes with a menu of rooms, and we guarantee you’ll find one to suit.
What’s more, all the swim-up rooms here are suitable for families, so you’ll be able to enjoy the perks of a poolside stay with the whole family – fancy a morning dip anyone?
It’s also important to know that rooms which come with bunk beds, the top bunk is only suitable for children over the age of six.
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