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Hyatt is putting the off-the-beaten-track nation of Montenegro firmly on the map.
The Chicago-headquartered hotel chain has opened the glorious new Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort in the Balkan state of Montenegro.
“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 of Development for Hyatt.
Here’s what you can expect from a stay at Hyatt’s hottest new hotel.
Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort
Located on Kotor Bay — a UNESCO World Heritage site on Montenegro’s captivating coastline — the painstakingly-renovated property promises to be a hit with both domestic and international travelers alike.
“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,” said Saša Saveljić, Executive Director of Krolbay d.o.o Podgorica — the property’s ownership group and operator.
When the final stages of the hotel are complete, the 205 rooms with their carefully-crafted contemporary design will provide guests with a modern, upscale retreat just a stone’s throw away from the magic of the preserved old town of Kotor.
The resort will boast no less than 6 restaurants, including:
- Lighthouse — an à la carte restaurant with a Mediterranean-inspired menu
- Blue — featuring a blend of Montenegrin and international cuisines
- Hedonist Rooftop — serving traditional Balkan dishes with a contemporary twist
In addition to a spa, fitness center, and space designed exclusively for yoga and Pilates, the hotel boasts 3 pools (including 1 indoor pool for the colder months), and private waterfront access.
The opening of the Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort is significant news for Hyatt, the country of Montenegro, and especially loyal members of Hyatt’s World of Hyatt program who can now use World of Hyatt points to visit a new country.Hot Tip:
Hyatt’s venture into Montenegro with its brand-new Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort is an exciting step forward for the brand.
It’s a chance for Hyatt loyalists to explore a new destination with the comfort of staying at a familiar brand they know and love.
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