The Regent Porto Montenegro opened in summer 2014, the first hotel in the glamorous new marina destination, Porto Montenegro. The inspiration for the architectural design came from the exquisite houses that grace this beautiful Adriatic coastline but while the hotel’s scale and style is imposing amongst its smaller neighbours, the relationship with them is also clear. All the buildings are clad in Montenegrin stone and render, with terracotta roof tiles, and the arched colonnade that wraps around the hotel is typical in the region, providing shaded areas in the summer months. Directly on the waterfront and with a large inlet to one side, the hotel gives its guests an exclusive connection with sea and marina. The restaurants, bars and banqueting hall are all on the sea-facing side of the building and the main entrance, on the street side, is located to frame the view of the water beyond; all the guestrooms and apartments offer spectacular sea or mountain views
Regent Porto Montenegro comprises 51 guestrooms and 35 suites and serviced residences. Two four-bedroom penthouses each with a plunge pool and surrounded by large terraces top the two sea-facing wings. Two two-bedroom penthouses top the central section of the fifth floor. The guestrooms are typically 40–45 sq meters excluding their generously sized balconies. Promenading along the colonnade, guests will find the indoor/outdoor spaces of the main lobby, the library, a patisserie café and all-day dining restaurant, with sunken terraces surrounded by water channels providing secluded nooks for al fresco eating and drinking. Inside, the double-height atrium accommodates a tea lounge which leads out onto a water garden. A grand staircase sweeps from the atrium to the first floor. Here there is the Regent Spa and the Regent yacht club as well as the main banqueting hall which extends the length of the hotel between the two wings and looks onto the main pool directly outside its glazed doors.