This property is 3 minutes walk from the beach. Overlooking the beach, Hotel Iberostar Bellevue is 2 km from Budva next to Becici Beach, surrounded by vast and beautiful garden. It offers spacious and comfortable rooms with cable TV and some also offer sea views.
The Bellevue offers 2 bars and 2 restaurant serving both Montenegrin and international cuisine. You can sample beverages and cocktails without leaving the pool or try the rich buffet menus.
Iberostar Bellevue features 2 swimming pools and a separate children's pool. Sun chairs and umbrellas at the beach are available at a surcharge.
There are various daytime and night time activities to choose from, including a game room for children.
If you like sports, the hotel's location on the Adriatic Sea is the perfect place for water sport enthusiasts. You can also play beach volleyball, basketball, tennis or table tennis.
Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 9.2 for a two-person trip.
All Inclusive Double Room
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Beach snack bar
Beach volleyball court
Buffet breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Cakes served 3pm-5pm
Drinks served 10am-midnight
Indoor heated pool (winter)
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Lunch and Dinner
Main restaurant with open buffet
Outdoor freshwater pool
Private bathroom with shower
Safety deposit box
Sun terrace with sun-loungers
Water sport facilities (on site) Additional charge
Wheel Chair Access
Once a small and quiet coastal town, today, Budva is a metropolis of Montenegrin tourism and one of the loudest and most packed towns at the Montenegrin coast during the summer. Its life began on the headland two and a half millennia ago and has poured out of the ramparts towards luxurious yachts, new buildings, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs where amazing fun awaits. Budva has its own Hawaii – an island opposite the city with beautiful beaches, ice cold refreshments and seafood specialties.
In the evening, on the promenade along the beach you will be overwhelmed by the loud music that comes from the cafes, the laughter and screams of children from nearby amusement parks, the scent of the sea mixed with the aroma of delicious barbecue, and beams of light from the disco that stroll through the sky. Budva is a big light show.
The old town is Budva’s trademark. It is raised on the island, which used to be connected with the land by a sandy covering and so it grew into a peninsula. The Old Budva’s town is a unique architectural and urban entity which is mentioned as a lodgment even in the antique period. According to those sources, Budva is one of the oldest urban centers in the Adriatic - it is more than 2.500 years old. The walls of the Old town were, and are even today, the attraction for both the tourists from the country as well as for those from the farthest parts of the world. They date from the middle century, when in these areas Venetians ruled. Certain damages the urban nucleus of the Old town experienced twice, first in 1667., and then in 1979. in great earthquakes. When for the first time you visit the old Budva’s town maybe you will think that you are in a labyrinth, because of the braided streets, squares, bulwarks and towers from the late middle century.
In the Old town a city fortress Citadela (Citadel) is placed, which dates from the V – VI century B.C., which is today a stage of the famous City theater. In town there are also Church of Sveti Ivan (St. Ivan) – a monumental basilica with three transepts, which was built in VII century, the oldest edifice Sveta Marija (St. Marija) from Punta from 840 A.D., and also the church of Sveti Trojica (St. Trinity) built in 1804. year.