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“The small-village charm is everywhere in the lovely former fishing village of Sveti Stefan, on an island off the coast of Montenegro. The village’s defensive walls, dating from the 15th century, still stand, protecting dozens of lovely limestone cottages and a pretty little church.”

Yahoo! Travel, USA
on Aman Sveti Stefan, March 2014

"You don't get much more idyllic or romantic than this - a luxury spa hotel, on its own island."

"In its most recent incarnation, the entire island is an Aman Resorts hotel, and the way the 50 suites (each unique and laid out under red-tiled roofs surrounded by shady olive trees) are dotted about means you can go for hours without seeing another person. That's the beauty of this place - the utter peace."

"And as dusk falls and the island's little lamps go on to light the way to dinner through its criss-crossing alleyways, you really feel like you've gone back in time."

Brides, UK
on Aman Sveti Stefan, January 2014

“The glamorous new hideaway brought about a second renaissance for the islet off the Montenegrin coastline. The historic stone exterior remains largely unchanges while the interior features hand-rendered stucco walls, stone floors and Serbian oak for the upper floors. Rosemary, thyme, pomegranates, grapes, citrus and edible lettuces have been incorporated in the landscape; in the evening, courtyards with alfresco dining and lounge bars offer seductive spaces to while away a balmy evening.”

Departures.com, USA
on Aman Sveti Stefan, October 2013

"...as you stride down it toward the gleaming 50-room stone resort village, you feel as though you have departed mortal pleasures for some elevated state of bliss."

Virtuoso Life,
on Aman Sveti Stefan, May - June 2013
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