About Hotel Astoria
The Hotel Astoria enjoys a charming location in the main street of the Old town of Budva. As the first and the only hotel situated in the Old town it offers you the relaxed old world feel togeher with being in the middle of everything. For those who yearn to experience and explore the rich past of this two millennium old town, hotel Astoria is the perfect place to start. The magnificent view overlooking the sea and its excellent location makes the hotel Astoria the ideal starting point to explore every corner of this enigmatic old town.
This hotel is available as part of any tailor made holiday with Rediscover the World.
Accommodation: Hotel Astoria in the Old town of Budva has 6 suites and 6 double rooms all luxuriously equipped. All hotel guest rooms feature free wifi, individually controlled air conditioning, daily re-stocked mini bar, safe, plasma TV with cable channels, direct dial telephone, radio-clock, private bathroom with a Jacuzzi bath, bathrobes, slippers, hairdryer and wide choice of complimentary toiletries.
Facilities: an intimate hotel restaurant gives you everything you need - exquisite, unique cuisine combined with highly personalized service. The Restaurant at Hotel Astoria offers the opportunity to sample an array of dishes with a variety of dining options. There is the "a la carte" restaurant featuring international and national cuisine, fine dishes and fresh seafood. For a refreshing cocktail or savory snack, guests may choose from differently positioned restaurants and bars located throughout the hotel and in front of the old town.
"We've done road trips round other countries before but this one seemed just a little bit more luxurious. We very much appreciated the taxi transfers from the airport being organised for us already. Likewise, it was fantastic to have the hire care delivered to us and picked up afterwards. These two manoeuvres have caused a lot of hassle in the past. This kind of holiday can be exhausting enough as it is. I also liked that the rooms had been so carefully chosen. It seemed like you'd had a look round the hotels already and requested specific rooms. Obviously, these rooms weren't the cheapest the hotels had to offer, and that's not what we normally book. The hotels were all really easy to find and had good locations, except one we had trouble with. The Korkyra Apartments on Korcula took us till midnight to reach, after catching the last ferry. If we'd come from the short ferry from Orebic, round the corner, it would have been brilliant. But we were coming from Vela Luka and our satnat took us down a pedestrianised road in Korcula town. Otherwise, everything was brilliant and the whole itinerary went according to plan 99% of the time. Even the plans I made for day trips went smoothly. We felt very lucky the whole time. I think Croatia is a country that is really geared up to tourism. They do everything full on, one hundred percent, so everything is as easy as possible for visitors. We hardly had to queue for anything in Plitvice Lakes even though they have 1.3 million visitors per year there."
J Carpreau, August 2016