W Grand Hotel

The W Grand Hotel is incredibly popular with guests thanks to its walk-to-the-beach location and beautiful sea views. There isn’t a pool here, but there’s plenty of space to sunbathe on the outdoor terrace.

The restaurant makes the most of the views out to sea. It’s a buffet spread in the morning and waiter service in the evening, when a mixture of international dishes and Montenegrin fare are served. Dine on the terrace for the best views in the house.

After dinner, there’s a bar on the fourth floor where you can grab a freshly-mixed cocktail.

Overview of Petrovac

Petrovac is a tranquil town with remarkable scenery. The back of the town is home to pine forests and olive groves, while the front is a curved bay that looks over a couple of tempting islets.

The Romans first settled in Petrovac more than 2,000 years ago and a Venetian fortress still stands in the harbour, so you can enjoy a slice of history to go with the awe-inspiring views. Holidays to Petrovac are very popular, but the town’s never crowded, and stays at the W Grand Hotel are incredibly relaxing.

Things to do in Petrovac

The W Grand Hotel has everything you need close by and you’re only a five-minute walk from the beach. From the sand, you can also explore out on the water – jet skiing and snorkelling are particularly popular, but you can also hire a boat and visit the small islets just off the shore.

You’re in a prime position for shops and restaurants, too. The esplanade is lined with seafood places, while the centre of town has plenty of child-friendly options. After dinner, head to one of the upmarket bars.

Petrovac’s a great location for explorers, too. The resort’s backed by a pine forest where trails wind through the idyllic scenery. After a stay in picturesque Petrovac, you’ll leave with many happy memories.


Resort Summary

Surrounded by olive groves, pine forests and soaring mountains, Petrovac is a tranquil town, nestled around a curved bay. The Romans first settled here almost two millennia ago, building roomy villas to occupy during the summer months. Then it was the turn of the Venetians, and there’s still a stunning Venetian fortress in the harbour. Climb up its crumbling steps for amazing ocean views.

These days, Petrovac is a popular seaside resort, although it never gets too crowded. Modern houses line the hillsides, while the harbour is surrounded by pretty stone villas with terracotta roofs. The picturesque waterfront promenade is decorated with colourful Mediterranean flowers and lined with restaurants offering delicious cuisine. Spend a few days here and you’ll feel yourself begin to relax.​