Queen Marija Suite │ Aman Sveti Stefan │ Budva
The 210 square metre (1291 square feet) Queen Marija Suites are named after the monarch who once spent the summer at Villa Miločer. Housed in a separate building near the 19th Century villa, a choice of sea or garden views can be enjoyed from the suites’ terraces, offering a serene escape steeped in history in one of the the resort’s most private locations. Decorated in a contemporary style, the suites carefully balance old-world charm with modern accents, including a king-sized bedroom, living room with fireplace and an en suite complete with a large, freestanding bathtub.
- Ocean views
- Spacious bedroom with king-size bed
- Living room with fireplace, writing desk, armchairs
- Bathroom with freestanding bathtub
- Twin vanities, dressing area, separate shower/toilet
- Parquet or antico floors
- Woollen rugs, silk accents
- WiFi, TV, sound system, safe
- Personal bar
Aman Sveti Stefan
A country famed for its beauty, Montenegro’s most iconic destination is the tiny islet of Sveti Stefan overlooked by Villa Miločer, a graceful stone residence set on a pink sand beach. The former summer residence of Queen Marija Karađorđević, Villa Miločer offers several elegant suites, while the island provides accommodation in 15th-century stone cottages. Together they comprise the unequalled Aman Sveti Stefan.
A trio of beaches
Aman Sveti Stefan offers no less than three pink sandy beaches including the Adriatic jewel known as Queen’s Beach, with its emerald lagoon and forest-ensured privacy. King’s Beach and Sveti Stefan Beach await just a stroll away.
Helicopter & Architecture Tours
Experience Montenegro from the air with a private helicopter tour for up to five people. Fly over the Bay of Kotor and the old towns of Perast, Budva and Ulcinj, or take a flip above Lovcen National Park and Cetinje, up towards the awe-inspiring glacial lakes and limestone peaks of Durmitor National Park in the north.
On his vineyard estate outside Podgorica, winemaker Goran Radevic cultivates Vranac vines, transforming the coal-black grapes into powerful, earthy wines of great character and complexity – and the signature wine of Aman Sveti Stefan. Guests are invited to visit the Radevic winery, see organic and sustainable viticulture in action, and sample a few vintages of Montenegro’s extraordinary red.