NewsMontenegro, Iberostar Hotels & Resorts opening the new Iberostar Slavija hotel

Montenegro, Iberostar Hotels & Resorts opening the new Iberostar Slavija hotel

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Iberostar Hotels & Resorts continues to reinforce its quality offer in Europe with the opening of the new Iberostar Slavija, the Group’s third hotel in Montenegro. The Spanish firm, present in the Balkan country since 2005, adds a five-star hotel to its catalogue as part of its commitment to this destination, also known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”.

This new hotel, which is newly built and 100% electric, will not use any single-use plastics in any of its areas. With this hotel, the Iberostar Group is able to strengthen its sustainability proposal in the destination. Montenegro recently celebrated its 30 years as an Ecological State, and the firm currently has two hotels located in the towns of Herceg Novi and Budva. These hotels allow guests to discover the historical and cultural richness of the area, as well as its natural beauty.

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Overlooking the Adriatic and only a few metres from Slovenska Beach, one of the best beaches in Montenegro. The new hotel offers a luxury experience with breathtaking views, a complete Spa Sensations with sauna,hammam and Turkish bath, and a rooftop infinity pool that offers visitors a unique panoramic view of Budva, acharming medieval town just a few minutes walk from the hotel, and the sea with the island of Sveti Nikola as abeautiful backdrop.

Iberostar Slavija has 126 rooms, all of them designed with great attention to detail. The hotel is the perfect place to relax in a privileged environment with a unique set of details that combine tradition, culture and beauty, The Luxury Editor writes.

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