Finding an ideal family-friendly small hotel in Podgorica does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Bambis, a nice option for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a refrigerator, a minibar, and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Bambis offers guests free wifi.
Plus, Hotel Bambis offers a hot tub and a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.
While staying at Hotel Bambis, visitors can check out St. George's Church (1.3 mi) and Celija Piperska Monastery (1.3 mi), some of Podgorica's top attractions.
While in Podgorica be sure to experience local ribs favourites at Hard Rock Cafe.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out an art gallery, such as Art & Wine House Montenegro.
Hotel Bambis puts the best of Podgorica at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Breakfast was not a large selection but satisfying meal Only one knows English (caution also stings) Very quiet neighborhood There is only one lamp in the bathroom and it is above the mirror, if you want to shave it produces a weak or blinding light (depending on which direction you turn it) And now for the stinging lady: when we finished the bill, the lady tried to demand that we pay for the drink from the mini bar (the milk I had with me spoiled because there is no mini bar) when I asked her to show me a mini bar she remembered and said "oh you don't have a mini bar" but I have to charge you 3 euros because And at breakfast you asked for Nes coffee instead of Turkish coffee - 2 teaspoons of Nes coffee instead of black coffee costs you 3 euros !!!! She also asked not to park the car in the parking lot at the entrance of the hotel but in the dirt parking lot next to the trucks…
nice hotel with big rooms ,breakfast very limited but ok, reception were very helpful, hotel was a bit out of the way from centre,but nice 35 mins walk, would recommend for people to stay. tv in my room didn't work and wifi password would not work either
Very nice little hotel, excellent room, very friendly and helpful staff, convenient location with safe parking in front of the hotel. Room spacious and comfortable, breakfast was nice. Not far from the center of Podgorica, but not within walking distance. Highly recommended if travelling by car. Would go there again!!
If you are just passing through Podgorica, this is a good place to spend the night. We rented a car and took the few minutes drive from the airport to this hotel our first night in Montenegro before setting out to explore the next day. Most of the staff did not speak English but we were lucky to have a young man help us with our room and recommend a great local restaurant for dinner. The room was compact but clean. The bathroom however, was far too tight. It was like a shower had been forced to fit in a half bath. It was also very warm during the night but since it was October, the air conditioning/heating unit was scheduled to only emit warm air. I don't understand that. We had to sleep with our windows open which allowed for noise and bugs to enter our room and disrupt our sleep. The morning was nice though as we had made-to-order free breakfast on the terrace before continuing our journey.…
I don't think that there are lots of tourist who can spent in this city more than 2-3 days. For me was enough one, our soccer team deadly bet locals so everything was great. Some devices in the room was not working ideally but it was not mortally for us. Was very surprised by free watching XXX channels - thankfully I left my children at home. Regards for nigt receptionist - he was much better than his daytime colleague.
The hotel is located in a quiet area, and the east-looking rooms enjoy some nice panorama, but the hotel itself is situated relatively far from the city center. Good thing is that taxis in Montenegro are quite cheap. Rooms are well furnished, clean and quite comfortable. However, the shortcoming of the hotel is its family-run concept. The owner/receptionist spoke only some words of English. I was not given the room that I booked online. Breakfast was also a challenge of its own, little choice and although it was included in the price, some of the items had to be paid, if chosen. The hotel is quite overrated in terms of stars (definitely not a 3 star) and also overpriced for the level of service you get.
The "star" standards for hotels in Montenegro must either be quite lax or self-administered. Hotel Bambis lists itself as a 4-star but it is a 2 to 3 star max. It is a basic, Communist-era concrete box. There was no one at the desk when we tried to check in at 3PM, we eventually tracked down someone. Apparently it is family-run and they live there. A young man, probably a son, spoke good English and got us through. The room itself was OK, clean. They claim something about extra-long beds but not sure why. They had a full menu shown on a flyer in the room but in fact the restaurant was closed and did not appear to have been opened for a while. The closest restaurant was about a km away and definitely a drive as the walk was through some "interesting" neighborhoods. We got a bit lost getting there - our car nav system did not seem to know Montenegro existed - and the one person I finally found who spoke English quickly recognized the hotel name - he smiled and said "Many pretty girls around there". In the morning we tried to leave at 7AM but the front door was locked! We finally got someone up and they pulled a key out from under a place mat to open the door for us. Not the standard fire code. At 7AM there were a few taxis sitting outside the hotel - I guess to bring home any overnight "guests". Breakfast was supposed to be at 7AM but again the place was shut down at that time. At about 7:15 a woman showed up who I think was the breakfast person. We had hoped for at least coffee or fruit to be out but not the case. Driving around Podgorica we saw several nice, Western-style full hotels - I would thnk they would give service over and above the Bambis.…