Your Nomad Homes

Badanj Village Rooms

 

These modest lakeside rooms with stone-walled interiors and traditional wooden furnishings give a warm welcome and offer impressive views of the pyramid-shaped mountains and emerald waters of Lake Skadar – an ideal stop for Nomads on the Lake & Wine Cellar Tour. 

Eco Hotel Carrubba

 

The first hotel to receive the Green Key Award in Montenegro, this 19th-century stone building-converted-boutique hotel enjoys a front-row view of the Bay and exquisite sunsets. With understated rooms, cute terraces and a refined menu of seafood specialties. 

 

Ethno Village Montenegro 

 

Nearby the majestic canyon Komarnica, the Ethno Village combines traditional architecture and unspoiled nature to mimic a rural county retreat – a great option for the Nomad Northern Tour. 

 

Hotel Podgorica

 

A cosy vibe in the heart of the capital with splendid views overlooking the Moraca River – a conveniently positioned pit-stop in the centre of the country that has recently enjoyed a boutique refurbishment to rival the city’s newcomers.

 

Hotel Zabljak

 

Clad in alpine wood, this hotel offers value for money in a contemporary setting. Enjoy a hearty breakfast whilst watching the world go by outside and observe the panoramic views of nearby snow-sprinkled mountain tops. Take a brisk morning walk to the Black Lake just 2km away.

 

Hotel Chedi

 

A stunning new addition to the 5-star Boka Bay hotel scene, The Chedi is set on the waterfront of Lustica Bay, offering sea and mountain views, intricately decorated rooms and a series of dining, fitness and retail facilities.

 

Hotel Soa

 

A contemporary spin on the traditional ski chalet, appreciate the forest views from the elegant interiors of the hotel, heat up in the intimate sauna and steam room before enjoying a coffee by the fire – a countryside retreat in the Durmitor National Park.