The Admiral Club 4* Hotel is located in the picturesque town of Budva on the Mediterranean coast in Montenegro. Budva is an ancient town with a beautiful legend of love, but nowadays it is full of fun, festivals with numerous clubs, casinos, and beautiful tennis courts. The stunning Admiral Club 4* Hotel is just in this city!
Admiral Club 4* is a three-story modern building right in the center of the tourist area very close to the beach. The hotel is 1.5 km from Mogren Beach and a 25-minute drive from Tivat on the shores of the Bay of Kotor. It is very convenient to get from the hotel to the Tivat airport. Everything is very close and convenient. For instance, the Lovcen National Park is only 45 minutes away by car, and the Skadar Lake is 40 km away!
The hotel owns the St. Nicholas Island, where anyone can get on a free voucher. A boat regularly runs to the island from the hotel.
The St. Nicholas island is an uninhabited island, named after the church located on it, where, according to legend, prominent crusaders of that time had been buried.
But this, of course, is the architectural and historical part – numerous beaches, restaurants, and bars are located on the other side of the island.
Admiral Club 4* offers a choice of 32 comfortable and cozy rooms. Each room has all the amenities:
- Air conditioning;
- means of communication;
- bathroom, shower, hygiene, body care products;
Some rooms have balconies overlooking delightful landscapes.
The hotel features a swimming pool, a sauna, a gym, a restaurant, and a cafe-bar where you can have a good time. Helpful and nice hotel staff can offer you a safe for valuables – everything is done for the convenience of visitors.
The pricing policy of this hotel is quite democratic, for example:
Double room with balcony – about USD 70;
Twin room with balcony – about USD 65.
We stayed at this hotel from 01 to 08 August 2017.
Pros: 1. the proximity of the hotel to the beach (5 minutes walk);
2. the room was clean: cleaning, taking out the trash – every day, changing towels – every other day;
3. the room was quiet at night, the music from the restaurant was not audible (room 311);
4. Free Wi-Fi.
5. air conditioning, fridge, TV with 100 channels (no channels in Russian) at your disposal in each room.
1. the rooms are small (our room was without a balcony; due to this we experienced inconveniences with drying clothes;) you can only go sideways between the bed and the closet);
2. the only window did not look out onto the street, but we could not open the window for airing.
Yet, I will advise this hotel to those who spend the minimum amount of time in the room on vacation and who want to save money. I have pleasant impressions of the country, staff, local residents, interesting and memorable excursions.
I really want to return to this country again. I do not rule out that I will select this hotel again (the above disadvantages do not frighten me).
Marina V.Moscow, Russia
It was a super holiday
Admiral is a small, cozy hotel, ivy-covered with ivy, in the Budva Riviera, a bit resembling our home Yalta. The hotel has left a positive impression.
The first nice advantage is the staff with the lovely young girls who are always ready to answer any question, call local numbers, call a taxi, book a lunch box, with a smile and even compliments.
The room was small, which is standard for 3-star rooms in Europe. The refrigerator, plumbing, hair dryer – everything worked well. Towels were changed every day without reminders. For 10 days the bed linen was not changed. The lack of a safe in the room, even for a fee, is an important disadvantage. A small safe is at the reception and is intended only for documents. We left everything in the room – computers, DSLR camera, and even telephones (to not constantly run in the room). There were no incidents to our luck.
Now I will tell you about the most important thing – the meal. We only had a very poor breakfast. Tea and coffee were a big problem. You can’t drink them at all, so we took 1.5 euros with us every morning and bought it from them, but we could at least swallow it. We lacked curds’ products, fruits and pastries, we lacked bread, butter, gray sausages, egg, cucumber, tomato, cheese were available at one table. We could eat all this for 2 days. You can’t take with you an apple, a sandwich, and jam.
Location: the hotel is located 200 meters from the sea across the road, the beaches are pebbly with 1,000,000 people and corn for sale.
Excursions: we bought “3 canyons” (we rode the bus all over Montenegro) and “Cetinje and Ostrog” (we had learned a detailed story and kissed the relics).
Entertainment – night clubs Sparta, Top hill, Trocaderro + bars on the embankment.
Food in restaurants was great: trout, seafood, baby lamb, ice cream, and homemade wine. I recommend everything.
The vacation was great: we bathed, took the sunbath, danced, talked enough, and replenished the brain with new information. We were satisfied))”
Reviews were taken from TripAdvisor