Hotel Villa Milocer Hotel 4 star
Jadranski put bb 85315 Sveti Stefan, Montenegro -
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A member of the prestigious Amman hotel group, the Villa Milocer resembles more of a holiday home than a hotel. However, the facilities and the service it offers boast a high level of luxury. You'll be treated like a king in this 6 bedroom house right next to the sea.

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      Villa Milocer   -   © Aman Sveti Stefan / Villa Milocer

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      Villa Milocer   -   © Aman Sveti Stefan / Villa Milocer

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    Location 7.0 /10

    Located opposite the famous peninsula of Stevi Stefen, a national symbol, the hotel is just a few minutes' drive south of Budva. Allow one hour to get to the airport.

    Accommodation 9.70 /10

    The hotel has 8 rooms, 6 of which are housed in villa Milocer and 2 suites occupy a second building. The rooms are spacious and correspond exactly to what one might expect from an Amman-owned hotel: a refined interior, high tech equipment (huge TV screen, Bose stereo, etc.), and a petrol fireplace separating the sitting room area and the bedroom. As for the bathroom, it includes a clawfoot bathtub and numerous high quality hospitality products; no cause for complaint here, everything is bathed in luxury. Guests can choose between a garden and a sea view. Needless to say, the latter is more enjoyable, but also more expensive! The view is fantastic and each room has its own balcony.

    Overview 8.20 /10

    Along the beach, the estate includes 2 lovely villas made of stone, in an architectural style typical of the Adriatic coast, that date from the 30's. The Milocer Villa houses 6 rooms and the Queen Maria Villa has 2 suites. You'll really feel at home here. The sitting room, the dining room, and the library are located on the ground floor and provide the perfect places to relax in a luxurious and warm atmosphere. The well stocked library with books, games, and an Internet connection is a place of relaxation and entertainment; why not challenge a fellow guest to a game of chess while listening to some music. The beautiful buildings open onto a terrace and a garden that provide direct access to the beach. There are no swimming pools or facilities here, other than the 2 buildings that house the rooms and communal areas.

    Food and drink 9.70 /10

    The restaurant is, in fact, a dining room, with a terrace in the shade, a chic interior, and exceptionally good cuisine. Everything here is homemade and should you stroll into the kitchen you'll see many French nationals, including the head chef and the pastry chef. Starting in May, 2 lunch formulas are proposed to guests. The cooler option is the Beach Cafe located on the private beach, where delicious sandwiches and snacks are served, but you can also choose the more refined but more expensive restaurant. In the restaurant, the starter will cost from £12 to £19, and the main course will set you back £19 to £64. Or you can really treat yourself to something special and go for the seafood platter for £170. An organic garden has been planted on the estate, providing the resident chefs with a constant supply of fresh vegetables and herbs, especially those that are hard to come by in Montenegro.

    Beach 8.70 /10

    You will find both a private and a public beach just in front of the hotel. The former offers deckchairs, sunshades and towels, and the latter provides a more natural setting. The sand is filtered and cleaned in order to satisfy the very demanding clientele that this kind of establishment attracts. The sea is crystal clear and magnificently blue.

    To know

    The island located opposite the hotel is Stevi Stefen and was recently acquired by Amman. For the past 3 years, the establishment has been undergoing renovations focused on the building's interior, which promises to have the hotel ranked among the best. A total of 51 guest rooms, each located in an old fashioned building, several restaurants, and some swimming pools should be completed by 2010. This peninsula, which has long been a venue for the biggest celebrities, from Sofia Loren to the most important leaders of the country, is about to turn into a village-hotel that only a select few will be able to afford. By staying at the Villa Milocer, you too will be able to take advantage of the facilities of this luxury village-hotel.
    You can even ask for a massage in your room, of course it will cost you a fair amount, but not only will it be enjoyable, it is pretty much essential in this category of hotel.
    The hotel also has 2 yachts and offers its guests outings on the sea.


    • Shuttle bus
    • Car park
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      massage, spa, beauty salon

    • Swimming pool
    • Sports equipment



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    • Poorly indicated
    • No swimming pool

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