Hotel Name: Sobe Nedović.
Address: Ul. Popa Jola Zeca br. 35, Budva, Montenegro.
I stayed at the Sobe Nedović guesthouse in Budva, Montenegro. I booked online at the rate of €13 per night, and I booked it for its price and location in Budva.
I was unfamiliar with Budva so I didn’t know which area would be best to stay. I wasn’t interested in staying in the old town or right on the waterfront, so I opted for something inland, and something close to the bus station. This turned out to be a good spot where I could walk easily from the bus station, and then to the beach.
The guesthouse is in a side street that isn’t marked with signs, so I had to circle around a few times looking at Google Maps until I worked it out.
Sobe Nedovic is in an unmarked private house at the end of a oneway lane.
I was there early but the owner was able to check me in as my room was ready. I booked a “Twin Room with Shared Bathroom”, though I got a small double/large single bed.
The bed was comfortable and there was enough space in the room for a solo traveller. There is free wifi and I had a good reception in my room.
There are two bathrooms here and they were kept in clean condition while I was here. I tend to get up early to get the first shower, just to be sure.
The guesthouse also has a common kitchen which acts as the lounge and meeting area. It was being used every day I was here. There is also an area to sit outside.
Overall this worked out to be a good place to stay if on a budget in Budva. I had absolutely no interest in the famous Budva party scene, so I didn’t need to be within stumbling distance of the nightlife area near the beach (or so I am told is where it is at).
If you are unfamiliar with this part of the world, then my Budva and Coastal Montenegro trip report.