The Mediteran has the typically imposing style of a Montenegro hotel, accommodating its guests in two 5 storey concrete towers a stone's throw from the beach. It was built in 1992 but completely renovated in 2005. The reception hall is dark but stylish and is decorated in a grandiose manner with columns, stone statues, and marble floors. The colour scheme is dominated by dark colours and there is no quibbling with the cleanliness. Despite this decor, and the lounge areas where only someone allergic to light would wish to spend time, the hotel does have some notable positive points, for example the spa, which could easily cater for a larger establishment. Its facilities include a sauna, whirlpool bath, all kinds of massage rooms, UV booths, and relaxing beds - to name just a few of the ways you can spoil yourself. The large and pleasant indoor swimming pool is lit by a well of light well, a feature much appreciated in winter. However, come summer, the water park is where children will want to play. It has several slides, pools of all shapes and sizes, and is surrounded by a tanning area. There is also a restaurant next to it. For something a bit more peaceful, you could do worse than head for the outdoor pool. Although not in an ideal location next to a car park, there are palm trees surrounding it. It would have been nice to have a bit more space to stretch out on a recliner though, as there is not much room.