Lustica Bay, Montenegro

The Chedi Lustica Bay

Price per night from$691.88

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR647.10), via, using today’s exchange rate.


Eco-minded, all-frills resort


Bay watch

The Chedi Lustica Bay instantly wows with its glass-walled contemporary good looks and swish marina setting. Yes, a bar built into the cliffs and several sceney restaurants are sure to impress, along with a photoshoot-worthy spa and the hotel’s idyllic strip of beach. But there’s considerable sustainability to its raft of luxe frills, too, with an Earth-kind set-up and community ties that look to protect the pristine beauty of its magical Montenegran locale. 

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Photos The Chedi Lustica Bay facilities

Need to know


A total of 111, including 11 suites.


Noon, but flexible, subject to availability and an extra charge. Earliest check-in, 3pm.


Double rooms from £547.43 (€647). Please note the hotel charges an additional service charge of 10% per booking on check-out and an additional local city tax of €1.00 per person per night on check-out.

More details

Rates include breakfast.


The first golf course in Montenegro is coming soon to a multi-million-dollar marina near you; in the meantime, guests can get their exercise fix with a PT session, or a yoga class on the beach.

At the hotel

Free WiFi throughout, private beach, indoor and outdoor pools, gym with personal trainers, indoor playroom and outdoor playground, free parking. In rooms: free bottled water, Lavazza coffee machine, minibar, wine selection, air-conditioning, flatscreen TV and Acqua di Parma bath products.

Our favourite rooms

Floor-to-ceiling windows show off the sea to varying degrees in most rooms, though some get a foresty-mountain backdrop instead: pick one with a bay view and watch the ships come in. Kitchenettes are a handy/redundant feature in some of the rooms, depending on your desire to cook or be cooked for, but we're sure almost all guests will appreciate the curated collection of wines.


There are two: an infinity-edged outdoor offering flanked on three sides by the hotel buildings, so you get all the views but none of the wind. Another awaits in the spa. The main pool is open between 9am and 9pm; the indoor one’s hours are 8am to 9pm (under-16s are welcome between 9am to 5pm; after that it's adults only).


The Chedi Spa has four treatment rooms for soothing Asian-inspired therapies, using seaweed-based Voya products. There’s also a relaxation area, sauna, steam room, indoor pool, and ‘experience shower’. It’s open from 8am until 9pm every day.

Packing tips

Boat shoes, chinos and salmon-pink shirts for seafaring Mr Smiths; oligarch-worthy oversized shades and sailor pants for Mrs Smith.


Four rooms have been specially adapted for wheelchair users and most of the communal areas are accessible.


All ages are welcome. Under-6s go free; extra beds and cots can be added for an extra cost. Babysitting is available, but must be booked in advance. There’s an outdoor play area and indoor playroom.

Sustainability efforts

The Chedi Lustica Bay is committed to sustainable development and positive environmental impact. Power in your room only comes on with your key card; water consumption is reduced through flow restrictors, and green choices are rewarded with experiences such as kayaking or bird-watching, bringing guests closer to the hotel’s natural surroundings. Waste is minimised, product lifespans are extended; in a circular supply chain, food waste is composted by the local farmers who stock the hotel kitchen with produce, and traditional and native ingredients are championed. Bottles are refillable, and reusable items like fabric laundry bags are employed. Chedi collaborates with third parties to recycle typically non-recyclable items and participates in the "Kilo for the Planet" initiative, cleaning a kilo of ocean waste for every purchase made at the hotel. Each room also includes a 'giving bag' so you can donate unwanted items to those in need in Montenegro.

Food and Drink

Photos The Chedi Lustica Bay food and drink

Top Table

Out on the terrace at The Spot; or sunset spotting at The Rok beach restaurant.

Dress Code

Billion-dollar-bay worthy.

Hotel restaurant

There are two: the Restaurant and the Spot. The former cooks up local cuisine, including a breakfast of breads and pastries from the in-house bakery, wildflower honey and seasonal-fruit salad. Freestyle types will enjoy the counter where orders can be placed for whatever you fancy at that particular moment. The waterside Spot is in the middle of the marina, serving Asian-inspired curries, superfood salads and simple grilled fish, set to a regular soundtrack of DJs and live music. Don’t miss an expertly muddled cocktail, finished with locally foraged herbs.

Hotel bar

You’ve two drinking dens from which to choose: The Lobby Bar and another called The Rok that’s, predictably, set on a geological formation along the cliff edge. Light bites are served in both.

Last orders

The Restaurant opens for breakfast from 7am until 11am. The Spot’s hours are 8am until 11pm. The Lobby Bar is open from 8am to 1pm and The Rok Bar is open from 10am to 7pm.

Room service

The room service menu is available round the clock.


Photos The Chedi Lustica Bay location
The Chedi Lustica Bay
Luštica Bay Marina

The hotel is in a new Adriatic coastal town, Lustica Bay in Montenegro.


Tivat airport is 13 kilometres away; the drive should take 20 minutes, and hotel transfers are from €80. Further afield, Podgorica is another option; transfers for this two-hour trip are from €180 each way.


Tivat is roughly 20 minutes away by car; Kotor is a similar distance. Parking is available, but make sure you request a space in advance.


If you’ve got your own boat, the jetty may be able to let you dock. Helicopter transfers from any local airport to the hotel are also possible.

Worth getting out of bed for

For those yet to get their sea legs, there are plenty of opportunities for hiking and biking through the mountainous Lustica Peninsula, past valleys, olive groves, historic fortresses and churches, waterfalls and rivers. Guests can also day-trip over to Kotor and Perast, which does have an Old Town, flanked by Venetian fortress walls no less. Boka Bay is a Unesco World Heritage Site for a reason – don’t miss its best views from the new and shiny Kotor Cable Car.

Local restaurants

As you wander along the Lustica Bay promenade, discover family-owned restaurants, cafes, and charming shops exuding decades of Montenegrin hospitality.


Photos The Chedi Lustica Bay reviews

Anonymous review

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this hotel in Montenegro and unpacked their sunhats and sunglasses, a full account of their coastal break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside the Chedi Lustica Bay

Montenegro has long been attracting those with dollars to burn, but the developers of this glossy marina took it up a notch, gladly being relieved of two billion euros in the making of a modern super resort. Every last building is brand new, with bars, boutiques and nightclubs on the doorstep of this townhouse-style hotel (there’s no token Old Town to check out here). Montenegro’s famous limestone cliffs and cool Adriatic coast are there for the exploring And you won’t need to be far from the shore throughout your stay, courtesy of the views (and balconies) in most rooms. Ahoy, sailor: let’s get nautical.

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Price per night from $691.88