Karisma Hotels & Resorts to Open New Montenegro Hotel Soon

Karisma Hotels & Resorts announced plans to open its new Holiday Villages Montenegro in late summer 2018. The 257-room hotel will be located along the Montenegrin coast of Ulcinj, in view of the Adriatic Sea.

The new property will offer a range of choices for families, couples and groups. Among these options, guests can choose to stay in two-bedroom swim-up suites or garden view rooms that include a terrace. The hotel will offer four restaurants specializing in Mediterranean and international cuisine. Six elevated bars will serve cocktails, wines and beer from Montenegrin breweries.

While at Holiday Villages Montenegro, guests can visit the nearby Ulcinj beaches, receive spa treatments, use the fitness center, participate in tennis and football, make use of an open-air playground and high ropes course and go kite surfing on at the Velika Plaža beach.


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The hotel is also located three miles from the town Ulcinj. Here, guests can visit the downtown area or go sightseeing at historic churches, mosques, museums and cafes. Other close by points of interest include the island of Ada Bojana, Lake Skadar and the Ulcinj Salinas Bird Reserve.

The closest airports to Holiday Villages Montenegro are about 50 miles away in Podgorica and Tivat. Guests can save up to 20 percent on accommodation prices as part of the grand opening special, with rates starting at $152 per night.

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