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Address: (Old Town) Stari Grad Nr. 476, Kotor, Montenegro
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Rooms from: US$ 172.40

Directions to Hotel Vardar

Hotel Vardar is located right on the entrance of the Old City of Kotor, on the main cities square. The long lasting hotel tradition is continuing to live. Hotel Vardar, after the reconstruction and renovation, opens its doors to the guest who want real vacation, finest service, and complete satisfaction. The renewed Hotel Vardar meets all the standards of the five stars ranked hotel regarding services and design. For gastronomic pleasures and romantic atmosphere, we offer you the services of restaurant Galion, on the location with a stunning visual impression. The old and the new are blended in an unusual way. The comfort of the rooms, the variety of services, the dedication to details... Our lead while creating this hotel for you was to satisfy the most demanding guests and meet all their requests. Town Kotor is placed there, where the indigo blue sea of Boka Kotorska bay reflects of the magical stones of the nearby mountains. In this filigree masterpiece of nature, the only fiord of the Adriatic, there where the sea has gone deep into the land. City of peace, carnival center, the pearl of Boka Kotorska... infinity of attributes describe Kotor, the ancient city of extraordinary architecture, numerous cultural and historic monuments, open and tolerant people. Kotor is the special treasury of culture under the sky. The treasure is jealously preserved in the twisting streets and on the piazzas of the old city, embraced by the walls dating from the Austro-Hungarian period. The St. Tripun`s cathedral, the church of St. Luca, the church of St. Maria are just some of the most famous cultural monuments. Kotor is a special pearl not only of Boka Kotorska bay and Montenegro, but of the whole world. That is the reason Kotor was added to the UNESCO list in 1979. The oasis of mild climate and people, Kotor has always attracted the conquerors, explorers and tourists.