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Reviewed 1 August 2021

We stayed there for 4 nights during our tour of Montenegro. The situation of the hotel is ideal for visiting the old town .
There is a very good and reasonably priced restaurant which has a terrace in front of the hotel. We ate there several times. The food, wine and beer are very satisfactory.
Our only complaint was that our room was on the third floor and there is no lift. The room was fine but we had difficulty getting our suitcases up all those stairs .

Room tip: Take into account that there is no lift to the higher floors
Date of stay: July 2021
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1  Thank santpedor
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Reviewed 21 October 2020 via mobile

Booked into Hotel Marija by our travel company, we spent two nights at the hotel Marija and left satisfied. Read on for details.

Located a short walk from the west entrance as well as the entrance leading to the main square, the Hotel Marija features comfortably furnished rooms, a flat screen television and a usable desk area. The bed was comfortable for them while the pillow was too mushy for me. The French shutters closed from the outside and effectively dark into the room at night, the night that was very quiet. The bathroom has been updated but is small. There is a shower spray but no way to secure the spray high up to use as a shower.

The Wi-Fi was a little slow, but effective.

The manager, who is there from early until late, was friendly and very helpful.

If I return to Kotor, I would look forward to returning to Hotel Marija.

Date of stay: October 2020
2  Thank doctorbobster
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Reviewed 10 March 2020 via mobile

Hotel Marija is a beautiful hotel in Kotor the old town surrounded us and it was magical at night.
The hotel offers complimentary breakfast and a great dinner for €10.
There are many family owned establishments outside the walls where you can get food and drinks even cheaper.
The staff was fantastic.

Date of stay: March 2020
Trip type: Travelled with family
2  Thank JuanT777
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Reviewed 3 December 2019 via mobile

Our film crew stayed here at Hotel Marija for a 10 days in the heart of Kotor! The actors from region and one Hollywood star were enjoying the November in Montenegro.
hospitality and a service of the hotel team really created great memories. The film name is “The Key”. We had excellent experience with Tourism organization of Kotor and Municipality!
Highlights on photos:
1. The cook was super food we adored
2. Cozy interior and friendly staff
3. Our filming mood in #Kotor

Date of stay: December 2019
Trip type: Travelled on business
Thank SanyaMilo
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Reviewed 4 November 2019

First time I have been back to Kotor and the Hotel Marija, where we stayed for a week in 2006, thankfully more than one member of staff now has a command of English, the town has changed quite a bit. Now lots of touristy boutique type shops, and has lost the lovely little old fashioned 'hole in the wall' shops that were there before, which sold virtually everything.

Has been put on the radar by the cruise ship fraternity, and the town was packed with visitors from a ship in the harbour.

Decided to sit outside and although offered the exceptionally good value 10Eu, 4 course lunch, went for a pasta dish, it was freshly cooked while we waited and extremely tasty with a lovely sauce. We had local dark (crno pivo) beers, again very flavourful.

Date of stay: October 2019
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