Boutique Hotel Astoria
Located in Kotor’s acclaimed old town, Hotel Astoria Kotor is a nice boutique hotel with four stars. It’s simply the ideal area to base in case you’re searching for solace and style in the core of the old town. The location enables you to absorb the noteworthy air of Kotor and you have the additional bit of leeway of having eateries and bars for night stimulation on your doorstep.
The structure that Hotel Astoria’s situated in is was a royal residence going back to the fourteenth century and the proprietors have restored and transformed it into the hotel considering this. The dividers still have the first uncovered stone, the washrooms are marble and the Greek subject reminds you you’re remaining in an old town.
While remaining in Kotor’s Old Town, you do need to depend on a specific measure of clamor during the day and as the night progressed, particularly from April to October when it’s busiest. There are eateries, bars, and clubs in the town that are open until 1:00 am.
In case you’re searching for someplace calm close to Kotor, I recommend you glance through our rundown of hotels outside the old town here.
Rooms in Hotel Astoria
Hotel Astoria Kotor has six unrivaled twofold and twin rooms. These rooms have extra-large beds and a sitting and working zone, making them likewise extraordinary for business voyagers. The marble washrooms are exceptionally rich and the rooms are extensive and agreeable. The hotel’s Jota Suite is the main hotel room in Kotor that has an ocean see.
There are also three junior suites that offer you space and solace. Hotel Astoria’s Junior Suite with Bay View (Jota) has the pleasure of being the main room in Kotor’s Old Town that has an ocean see. This suite is exceptionally roomy and truly provocative on the off chance that I do say as much! It has a glass-sided shower that faces the room – perfect for honeymooners! In any case, if that is not your style, you additionally have the choice of pulling the blinds down over the glass so the shower is private. The day bed at the window sitting above the cove is an extremely decent touch and it’s anything but difficult to envision yourself lying there with a decent book and watching the yachts in the marina.
These rooms feature;
- Free WiFi
- Digital television
- Direct dial telephone
- Robe and shoes
There is a restaurant just next to the hotel with the same name, Astoria. It serves generally present-day Mediterranean style suppers with extraordinary contacts – like feta imported particularly from Greece.
Their menu incorporates a delicious assortment of meat and fish dishes just as plates of mixed greens, kinds of pasta, and sandwiches. There are additionally some unordinary treats for Montenegro like nasi goreng, sushi, and teriyaki fish.
I’m a sucker for sweets and here they have a great treat menu. You can look over things like tiramisu, chocolate magma cake, brownies, and crème Brulee.
This hotel has an extremely sensational feel which rather suits the Venetian town. It’s a disgrace there’s no open-air region where you can appreciate Kotor town, yet there are a lot of outside bistros and cafés directly on your doorstep when you remain here. The rooms and staff are immaculate, so in case you’re searching for a sharp and focal base for your Kotor stay Hotel Astoria would be an incredible decision. Like its sister hotel the Astoria Hotel Budva, the Astoria in Kotor is in a prime situation in the old town.