About Palmon Bay Hotel & Spa
The Palmon Bay Hotel & Spa boasts a privileged location in the stunning resort of Igalo which has long been favoured by those in the know seeking to benefit from the legendary curative powers of its natural minerals and mud. They’re also attracted by the balmy year-round climate, oodles of sunny days and warm, shallow waters.
Situated in Montenegro’s popular beach resort of Igalo and stretching out on a private stretch of sands, this resort makes a bold statement with its waterfall-style fountains and mountain backdrops. Guests are invited to lounge around the pool, enjoy al fesco dining experiences on the rooftop terrace and indulge in heavenly treatments at the ultra-modern spa – all whilst savouring panoramic views.
Palmon Bay Hotel & Spa is a shiny new addition to the resort’s hotel scene making a bold, modern statement on the seafront, its shimmering reflective glass soaks up the mesmerising vista of Boka Kotorska Bay at every turn.
The Palmon Bay Hotel & Spa is a short stroll away from the sea, where you find an exclusive private beach where you can lounge about on a sunbed on the pebbles or terrace.
Make sure you wallow in the calm water too – wade out 250m and you’ll only be in up to your waist. On chillier days, there’s a perfectly inviting indoor swimming pool back at the hotel, alongside a spa with a tempting array of therapeutic mud treatments.
Elsewhere you’ll find three restaurants and two bars, one with a terrace with spectacular views across the water.
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With great beaches, forest-cloaked mountains and mirror-like lakes, Montenegro is certainly easy on the eye. But natural beauty isn’t all the country has got going for it. You’ll also find friendly locals, centuries-old sights and resorts that are completely geared up for holidaymakers.
The town of Budva is the main resort on the country’s Budva Riviera. It’s a lively place with a handful of first-class beaches to pick from. The old town is characterised by Venetian houses, bell towers and shady piazzas, while the newer part of the city houses swish boutiques and pavement cafés.
A few kilometres down the road is Becici, a modern town with a spectacular sandy beach and a backdrop of pine-cloaked hills. At the far end of the promenade you’ll find quirky shops and al fresco cafés in the old fishing village.
Further south is Petrovac. It’s sleepier than its neighbours, so it’s a great choice if you want to turn the tempo down a few notches. The beach is the big attraction here – it’s a sandy number set in a horseshoe-shaped bay.