Located in the heart of the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bay of Kotor, the new, upscale resort features eco-consciously designed guest rooms.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation announces the first phase of opening for Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort, which will offer guests a premium experience in Montenegro’s stunning Kotor Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The property will be the first Hyatt hotel in Montenegro, inviting both domestic and international travelers to embark on an authentic immersion of the destination. Set against the backdrop of majestic cliffs and the Adriatic Sea, the contemporary property is ideally located on the outskirts of Kotor, one of the country’s most charming cities celebrated for its preserved old town. Seamlessly blending urban convenience with breathtaking vistas along the Montenegrin coastline, guests will be surrounded by a picturesque fjord-like landscape of unparalleled beauty. With this new addition to the Hyatt Regency portfolio, the brand’s intentional growth further showcases Hyatt’s commitment to offering travel experiences in places that matter most to guests and World of Hyatt members.
“The Balkan region serves as a driving force for the rapid growth of the hospitality industry, and our Hyatt Regency brand is strategically positioned to enter emerging markets,” said Takuya Aoyama, vice president development for Hyatt. “We are honored to work with Krolbay d.o.o. Podgorica to bring our resort experience to one of Europe’s most rapidly developing destinations.”
“We are thrilled to announce the grand opening of the newly transformed Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort following extensive refurbishments and expansions,” said Saša Saveljić, executive director of the hotel’s ownership group and operator, Krolbay d.o.o Podgorica. “The property draws inspiration from the surrounding area to offer guests, locals and World of Hyatt members a stay centered around relaxation and tranquility, creating the ultimate stress-free experience.”
Embracing a contemporary eco-design approach, Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort places significant emphasis on the seamless blend of indoor and outdoor spaces. True to the spirit of the Hyatt Regency brand, the hotel is poised to be a go-to gathering space for every occasion – from inspiring business meetings to relaxing family vacations.
After finishing touches are completed, Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort will be comprised of 205 guest rooms, offering an upscale experience inspired by the sophisticated allure of its coastal surroundings. Embracing natural hues and incorporating tastefully subdued blue design accents, the resort creates an inviting contemporary atmosphere for its guests. The property will also feature two outdoor pools, an indoor pool, and private waterfront access.
For enhanced wellbeing, guests of the resort will have access to a state-of-the-art fitness center, a dedicated space for yoga and pilates, and expansive spa facilities. These amenities provide the perfect environment for relaxation, allowing guests to find serenity while enjoying panoramic views of the bay and mountain scenery.
Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort is also expected to feature six dining venues, including:
- The a la carte Restaurant Lighthouse, inspired by the Mediterranean coastal yachting lifestyle of the bay featuring fresh ingredients from the area, combined with new world wine and beverage options.
- The Blue Restaurant will focus on a medley of local and international dishes, with a Montenegrin food corner promoting the region’s rich local gastronomic heritage.
- The Hedonist Rooftop Restaurant will offer modern interpretations of traditional Balkan cuisine taking guests on an epicurean journey through the peninsula.
- The property’s three bars will cater to guests day to night, providing the perfect spot to enjoy a peaceful morning coffee or relaxed evening cocktails.
With memorable event spaces, the property sets the stage for impactful meetings and celebrations, accommodating approximately 10 to 160 guests.
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