Hidden away in the wild Montenegro countryside, perched over the shores of the Adriatic, Villa Geba whispers refined luxury.
Between the blue skies and the wild landscape, the view here is breath-taking. The location is perfect for taking one’s time to regroup and regenerate.
Grand classical references such as Romanesque columns and Greek vestal sculptures frame the hotel’s entrance towards light and spacious interior and contemporary designer details at every turn.
As Karl Lagerfeld used to say: “Nothing is more modern than Antiquity” … The fashion designer’s maxim perfectly describes Villa Geba.
Villa Geba likes to follow its own path: instead of the usual reception desk, you’re greeted by a personally assigned steward who takes you to your elegantly furnished suite.
Sink into large, sumptuous sofas, before the far-reaching views of the Sveti Stefan peninsula tempt you out onto the terrace. Have a bespoke cocktail prepared for you at the bar, followed by a gastronomic meal in the chic Parisian style restaurant. Then, as evening draws near, take a dip in the hotel’s heated infinity pool as the sun sets below the azure horizon. When the time comes to explore further afield, take your pick from Montenegro’s National Parks, sacred mountains and Medieval fortress cities, steeped in culture and history.
Experience a true luxury hideout, loose yourself in the paradisiac setting and let your dreams come true.
Boasting eight suites of the highest luxury (80 to 120 m2), Villa Geba is an invitation to enjoy relaxation, calm, luxury and all-round bliss.
The bespoke décor and minimalist aesthetic of each room takes its artistic cues from around the world. While a carefully balanced palette of monochromatic tones and metallic accents complements the relaxing ambience.
Each suite has been designed as its own little world and it has the power to transport guests into a unique universe for an endless summer.
For your utmost comfort, particular attention has been paid to the finest details: noble and refined materials, a perfect balance between masculine and feminine energy.
Nothing has been left to chance. Each suite features a fully equipped kitchen, thus giving guests full autonomy. Almost all the suites feature terraces to let you truly appreciate the view.
At the heart of this bucolic refuge, the private infinity heated swimming pool awaits as if suspended above the Montenegrin coastline, surrounded by abundant nature and ancient ruins, guests will experience total immersion in the exceptional panorama over the Adriatic Sea.
For absolute relaxation, the establishment’s luxurious spa offers several exclusive treatments in a dream setting.
Massages, signed by Terraké, are the link between Earth and Water, Terra and Aqua that surround Villa Geba. A French beauty line founded on ultimate well-being, Terraké explores all elements of nature, conducting research at a biomolecular level to gain a deeper understanding.
Pleasures of the palate will also be celebrated at restaurant MUSE, where the menu and ambiance are sure to delight your senses in the atmosphere of a chic Parisian bistro
On the menu, bistro-gastronomy is complemented by a large selection of exceptional wines. Here, your imagination can run wild amid the elegant décor, French savoir-faire, local products and 24/24h service.
Chef Olivia Méli has worked with France’s greats: Joël Robuchon, Guy Martin and Emmanuel Renaut, all of which boast several Michelin stars. She innovates tailors each ingredient according to her guests’ inspiration and requests. Her motto: simple refined cuisine, so that everyone’s fancies may be catered for.
Bursting at the seams with majestic mountains, breathtaking beaches and larger-than-life locals, minuscule Montenegro proves once and for all that good things do indeed come in small packages: it’s a natural wonder.
Montenegro has become a prized destination, particularly thanks to the famous bay of Kotor, its shoreline dotted with fishing villages and small islands, not to mention the lakes and mountains: it’s a dramatic and delightful place where the past coexists with the present; its cobblestones ring with the sound of children racing to school in centuries-old buildings, lines of laundry flutter from wrought-iron balconies, and hundreds of cats – the descendants of seafaring felines – loll in marble laneways.
Of all the sights along the Adriatic shoreline, Sveti Stefan is the most extraordinary. A fortified island village connected to the mainland by a narrow causeway, its photogenic jumble of 15th-century stone villas overlooks an impeccable pink-sand beach and tempting turquoise waters.
The famous island is a must-visit: it is part of the nearby town of Budva and is joined up with the coast by a large sandbank. This ancient fishing village was fortified during the 15th century. Inside the ramparts, the medieval streets whisk visitors into the past. Reminiscent of France’s Mont St Michel, Sveti Stefan is one of the most prized destinations on the Adriatic coastline.