Tivat, Porto Montenegro – one bedroom apartment 81m2, Regent Pool Club Residences;
Apartment size: 81m2 (63m2 + 18m2 terrace);
One bedroom luxury apartment of 81m2 (63m2 + 18m2 terrace), on the first floor of the Regent Pool Club Residences complex in Porto Montenegro. It consists of a living room, dining room with kitchen, bedroom, bathroom with tub, separate shower and a toilet and a terrace of 18m2, overlooking the pool and the sea.
Located adjacent to the existing Regent Porto Montenegro hotel and connected via a private walkway, Regent Pool Club Residences are the latest addition to Porto Montenegro’s residential collection. These contemporary chic apartments, each with a landscaped terrace, are inspired by the Italian Riviera and have unobstructed sea and mountain views.
Based on the ‘hotel condominium’ model, these luxury apartments have direct access to the extensive services and amenities of the five-star Regent Hotel and an onsite management team that can take care of all maintenance and rental administration at the owners’ request.
The key features include:
- High specification 1-3 bedroom apartments (74m2 to 344m2);
- Prices ranging from €409,000 to €3,720,000;
- Option to participate in the Regent rental pool program;
- Unobstructed sea and mountain views;
- Residents-only pool deck with leisure, lap and children’s pools;
- Pool Club with landscaped gardens and cafe service;
- Access to Porto Montenegro’s Owners Club and 24HR Lifestyle Management Team;
- Private walkway to Regent Porto Montenegro hotel and facilities;
- Secure underground car parking;
- Furniture packages and onsite interior design services.
Porto Montenegro is the most vibrant marina-side shopping village in the Adriatic. Bringing together established international brands and local businesses, this dynamic mix of over 50 stores including fashion and accessories stores, bars and restaurants, a spa and hair salon, as well as yachting services and amenities, has year-round appeal. Restaurants offer everything from traditional local cuisine to Italian, Mediterranean and Japanese whilst the fashion stores stock designer labels alongside a host of independent boutiques.