We used the Hotel as a base for exploring around parts of Montenegro. The Hotel is ideally situated in a central location in beautiful Budva providing easy access to bars and restaurants and also has next to it a very handy little supermarket for which to get bottled water and daytime snacks. The hotel is basically set into the rocky coastline and appears to have been tastefully extended over time. I have read comments about the colour scheme being too dark but my wife and I thought it was fine although a little too dark in places at night time, a few more lights would not go amiss.
Our room was villa 207 which was lovely and spacious and had great sea views over the old town. Living room upstairs and bedroom downstairs. Very quiet and suited us. Housekeeping are not very forthcoming with toilet rolls which was a little surprise!! Not something you normally need to ask for but there's always a first time!
Breakfasts were great and again suited us. Continental meats and cheeses, cereals, cooked foods and fruits. Something for everyone. The infuriating thing was the coffee machine queues, this needs a serious sort out!! Two machines for the whole hotel service is not good. This needs a serious rethink and is actually the only thing that the hotel can be criticised for but to go through the process each and every morning tends to put you in a bad mood for the day ahead.
I would recommend the hotel regardless of the coffee fiasco and would stay there again if I was in Budva.