Budvanska Rivijera Hotel Group, JSC, with its 3,866 beds, is the major tourism company in Montenegro. Its long and rich history of providing hospitality services makes the image of Budvanska Rivijera Hotel Group recognised in the tourism market of Europe.
Breathtaking nature, supreme service, rich and imaginative cuisine, friendly words by hosts and the abundance of culture and entertainment events make a long-term basis for successful business operations of the Hotel Group.
Budvanska Rivijera Hotel Group, JSC now manages and operates 4 hotels and over 3,800 beds: the Palas Hotel (4*), Petrovac, 171 accommodation units; Slovenska Plaza Tourist Development (3+*) Budva, 1069 accommodation units; Aleksandar Hotel (3*), Budva, 158 accommodation units; and Castellastva Hotel (2*), Petrovac, 171 accommodation units.
In addition to supreme service, the exquisite location of these hotels – in the immediate vicinity of sandy beaches – makes the hotels especially attractive.
Apart from the above, the hotel group also owns Sveti Stefan Hotel and Milocer Hotel, subject to thirty-year lease by the Adriatic Properties company and the globally renowned brand of Aman Resorts, as well as Mogren Hotel, in the very centre of Budva, which is also under a multi-year lease.
The latest member of the hotel group is Piva Hotel in Pluzine, bought by the beginning of 2012.
Currently being the largest enterprise of the kind in Montenegro, the group employs around 270 permanent employees, while seasonal labour is also employed as needed.
All the hotels are seasonal and open from April to November.
The joint stock company is majority owned by the state and, as such, makes considerable efforts to ensure a quality promotion of the destination it belongs to and of its own hotels.
By keeping pace with global tourism trends, by listening to demand, all with a view to taking the best possible position in the market and branding its own tourism product, Budvanska Rivijera Hotel Group never stops working on upgrading the quality of its offer through both raising the quality of accommodation facilities and continuous professional training of its human resources.