Mamula Island is inspired by global experiences and rooted in the local heritage of Herceg Novi, Montenegro. As the island is of historical importance, visitors will have access to the memorial gallery on the island 365 days a year. Sitting at the entrance of the Bay of the Kotor (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the hotel brings back Mamula Island’s former luster and reestablishes the island as landmark for the entire region and country. As much as the island provides a sense of exclusivity and “remoteness,” it feels well connected to the surrounding bay area, with abundant small-boat traffic and shorelines nearby.
TIV - Tivat Airport
DBV - Dubrovnik Airport
TGD - Podgorica Airport
Spa & Recreation
Guests can choose from several outdoor spaces centrally located in the fortress, including a large deck with abundant greenery, three pools, sunbeds, lounge furniture, and an all-day restaurant. Outside the fortress, a generous deck above the rocks is perfect for yoga and affords one gorgeous sunrise views over the Adriatic. There is also a serviced beach on the north end of the island that provides relaxing sunbeds and views of the bay and the distant town of Herceg Novi.
Food & Drink
There is casual, all-day dining and breakfast served in a restaurant located in the center of the fortress and a fine-dining dinner option at Kamena restaurant, where one will find exquisite, sophisticated fare in a relaxed setting. Located on the top floor of the eastside wing of the fortress, Pinea Bar is an intimate speakeasy with indoor and outdoor seating and a fireplace.
Conference & Meetings
Mamula Island is available for exclusive hire, making it a truly stunning, one-of-a-kind spot for special celebrations, weddings, seminars, launches, and more.
Art and cultural programming play an important role at Mamula Island, with a creative space (Atelier Mamula) hosting an artist-in-residence program; here, guests can explore their own creativity through workshops and classes about the local and international art scenes. The hotel works in collaboration with the University of Fine Arts in Cetinje and the work displayed throughout is by many prominent local artists. Additionally, there is an on-property memorial gallery that pays respect to the fort’s past.
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