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“For peace and quiet with sunrise yoga, holistic lavender-oil massages and velvety evenings in the secluded hush of a 15th-century fortress, retreat to the new Aman Sveti Stefan on a nearby island …….. Sveti Stefan has been beautifully Aman-ified, its rooms, beams and stone walls lovingly restored”

Harper's Bazaar 2012 Travel Guide, UK
on Aman Sveti Stefan, December 2011

“Sveti Stefan island is attached to the coast by a narrow isthmus and mostly surrounded by mesmerizing turquoise blue Adriatic waters. The raw coastal scenery is something I can’t compare to any other destination in the world. Waking each morning, the sea spraying onto your private balcony, breathing the scent of pine and lavender, is just heaven. Each room has its own characteristics with just the right balance of history and modernity; each with the impeccable Aman touch…”

Qantas Magazine, Australia
on Aman Sveti Stefan, December 2011

“One of the most beautiful beach resorts is Aman Sveti Stefan, a village remodeled into a hideaway on a small Adriatic island of Montenegro.”

GeoSaison, Austria/Germany/Switzerland
on Aman Sveti Stefan, December 2011

“Forget Ibiza or Sardinia this summer and, instead check out the refined and more esoteric allure of Montenegro. For the Amanjunkies among us, fret not as the Aman Sveti Stefan (Montenegrin for ‘Saint Stephen’) is ready to ensconce you in its special brand of subtle luxe. For those unfamiliar with the Montenegrin coastline, Sveti Stefan is actually a tiny islet – a former fishing village that was once a tidal island but is now connected to the mainland via a slim isthmus. Its heyday was, in fact, in the 1970s, attracting the global jet-set as well as Hollywood sirens Marilyn Monroe and Sophia Loren. Set within a uniquely historical setting and with the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Bay of Kotor and serene Skadar Lake nearby, the Aman Sveti Stefan assuredly makes an ideal base to explore the Adriatic or to simply while the days away, under the shade of olive and pomegranate trees.”

The Peak, Malaysia
on Aman Sveti Stefan, Jul-Sep 2011

"We walked through cobbled alleyways and across airy squares as I did as a child but it felt different now – Sveti Stefan feels alive again in all its glory. We peeked inside some of the rooms here with luxury to take one’s breath away. There is a feeling here of being in a fairytale and who would want to be disturbed from a fairytale?”

The Luxury Collection, Montenegro
on Aman Sveti Stefan, Jul-Sep 2011

“The 15-minute walk from Sveti Stefan to Queen’s beach is a seriously unspoilt stretch of coastline.  As the sun sets, climb the steps to the Queen’s Chair – another of the Aman’s restaurants atop a rocky precipice – and overlook the Bay of Budva as lanterns twinkle around your table.”

Stylist, UK
on Aman Sveti Stefan, Jul-Sep 2011
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