Royal Gardens Paradise is located on the sixth floor of a newly built residential-business building in the very center of Budva. There are 8 luxurious apartments in our offer, with the surface of 60 to 100 m². All the apartments are equipped with designed furniture, alongside with all other equipment and details suitable for this type of high-class accommodation.
The apartments have a direct view to the city Marina, the city park, the Old Town, and the island of St. Nikola (also known as “Školj” and “Hawaii”). They’re located only 200 m from the Old town, 300 m from the “Ričardova Glava” beach, 700 m from the “Mogren” beach (the most famous beach in the Old town area), and the nearest Supermarket is only 50 m away from the apartments.
There is a bank, cafés, restaurants, a night club and boutiques in the building, which is really handy for our guests.
To every apartment in Royal Gardens Paradise, belongs a proper parking lot in the underground garage, which is under constant video surveillance.
We can always organize your transfer from and to the airport Tivat (20 km away from us), the airport Podgorica (65 km away), or the airport Dubrovnik (72 km away).
Our concierge will be at your disposal, ready to answer to all of your special inquiries.
…are the most characteristic antique and Middle Age names for Budva.
According to the knowledge we have from the antique sources (the abundant archeological material), Budva is one of the oldest Adriatic towns. It dates back to around 2500 years ago. The land of the Ilarian tribe, on which Budva was built, is mentioned in myths of Kadmus and Harmonia, who came to these lands from the Greek kingdom of Thebes.
It is said that Budva got its name after the bulls or the bull carriage which had brought Kadmus and Harmonia to these lands (from greek: bous, means cattle). Budva used to be a part of the Roman Empire, the Byzantine Empire, it was also ruled by the Nemanjić family, the Balšić family, the Crnojević family, the Republic of Venice and Austro-Hungary, it was an integral part of former Yugoslavia and later on, after the years of turbulence in the Balkans in the nineties, it regained its independence in 2006.
Every single historical period left its print in the architecture, customs, and language of the native population.
Budva’s offer in terms of entertainment is various and very rich: the Sea Dance festival, the festive New Years Eve, the Fiest of Širun, the Petrovac Night and many others.
Speaking of night life in Budva, we should mention the world famous “Top Hill”, an open club/discoteque, where numerous regional and worldwide stars performed. Many different clubs in Budva would satisfy everyone’s taste, big and small, open or closed. Budva also offers a great number of exquisite restaurants in the Old Town, as well as along the coastline.
As for the cultural offer, we have to mention the “Theatrea City Budva” festival, the Jazz festival in Petrovac etc.
Many world famous stars from the world of film, music, theatre, fashion and entertainment performed in Budva, but many times, Budva was the destination they chose for their holidays.
Some of them are Richard Widmark, Sofia Loren, Carlo Ponti, Jeremy Irons, Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Sylvester Stallone, Claudia Schiffer, Ronald Harwood, Tomaž Pandur, Roberto Cavalli, Renato Balestra, The Rolling Stones, Madonna, Lenny Kravitz, Julio Iglesias, Gypsy Kings and many, many others.
Sanja was a great host and was available around the clock.”