About Hotel Palata Venezia
The 4-star Hotel Palata Venezia is a family-friendly hotel situated in the old town amongst fortifications more than 2000 years old; it has been designed to represent the traditional and historic architecture of Ulcinj. There is easy access to the rocky beach (Liman) in Ulcinj and the centre of the resort is a 30-minute walk.
This hotel is available as part of any tailor made holiday with Rediscover the World.
Accommodation: Hotel Palata Venezia provides 12 guestrooms (plus 7 two bedroom apartments) appointed with individual climate control, satellite TV, a private safe, a kitchenette (apartments only), personal computer and ensuite bathrooms with a bathtub, a shower and a bidet. Most rooms have a sea view.
Facilities: There is a restaurant serving local dishes on site offering delicious meals of various cuisines; National specialties include "Bamije", "Japrak", "Cufte", "Begova corba", "Ulcinjska tava", "Kadaif" and "Cvijet od nara" as well as international specialties. Aragosta and Restaurant Pizzeria Taphana are about 300 meters away. Hotel Palata Venezia offers its own car park, an outdoor pool and a sun deck, a gym and wellness centre (sauna, jacuzzi), mini-golf.
The most interesting place in Ulcinj and in the old town is the famous "Bey's House" which actually represents a part of the hotel. Bey's House represents an authentic copy of "Bey's House" which was in Trebinje (Bosnia and Herzegovina). As the original Bey's House was destroyed descendants of the family Resulbegovic wanted to show visitors the specific beauty and tradition by the recreation of the living room - in the living room of Bey's House all visitors can relax and drink a coffee from the special cups "fildzan" with sugar cubes, surrounded by antique furniture and decorations which can be seen only in museums. The original "Bey's House" was built in 1764 and it was burned down at the end of 1992. Its architectural structure of oriental style, particularly the decorated interior and special wooden exhibits of the ancient period have made this house, "the ethnographic house" and the main attraction of Ulcinj. The original "Bey's house", because of its importance, was recorded in the book "Protected building heritage of Yugoslavia" after World War II as being the "good of the cultural, historical and national importance in Bosnia and Herzegovina ".
"On the whole a great time in a beautiful country. We found it valuable that you have travelled Montenegro and have a good knowledge of the country. What to do and see was useful and did most of them. So happy with the service you provided."
A Wareham, October, 2019