Meet centuries of beauty at every turn
Located at the entrance of the Bay of Kotor, and part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Mamula Island hotel is a carefully restored 19th century fort in Montenegro. Every brick, wall, and feature has been carefully restored to its origin. Everything added is a fresh, meticulous, and sympathetic understanding of what outstanding hospitality should look like here.
Mamula Island was originally a fort built in 1853 by the Austrian Admiral Lazar Mamula. Its purpose was to protect the entrance of the Bay of Kotor. Despite this, the fort was used as a prison during the World Wars, after which it was abandoned and left to decay. Until now.
This luxury hotel is encircled by sea and sky, with far-reaching views of crystal waters and wild scenery.
There are three pools and an indoor-outdoor restaurant for blissful breakfasts, lazy lunches, or dining under the stars.
At Mamula, culture, hospitality, and nature unite to brighten life’s best bits. The bits that reconnect you with what you love. Spend time with makers and locals. Or speak with fellow guests, whether you’re in the sea or at the Atrium.
If the Courtyard is Mamula’s soul, the Spa is its spirit with 360° wellness at its heart. Restore, release, and revive in our wet area, two treatment rooms, couple’s treatment suite, or two ritual rooms.