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Sea Spa: Sea-Inspired Treatments at The Chedi, Montenegro

6 April 2020 • Written by Sophia Wilson

Where is The Chedi Hotel Luštica Bay?

Overlooking the expanse of the Adriatic Sea and the seriously scenic Bay of Kotor, The Chedi occupies prime position along Montenegro’s mountainous coastline. The area is now the epicentre of a yachting revolution and the 690-hectare Luštica Bay is at the forefront of it, with 1,500 residences, two marinas, the country’s first 18-hole golf course and seven hotels planned over the next two decades.

The Chedi has embraced traditional rustic Montenegrin architecture coupled with quirky interior touches. Image courtesy of Bogdan Kosanovic.

What's it Like?

The Luštica Bay development’s first hotel, The Chedi, has embraced traditional rustic Montenegrin architecture and its limestone and cobblestone walls sit next to a private pebbled beach with a tiered whitewashed beach club. Inside the hotel’s vaulted lobby you’ll find quirky local touches, including cocoon-style wooden hanging seats and hand-crafted glass lampshades.

The glass-fronted indoor pool of the Chedi Hotel Spa. Image courtesy of Yuya Matsuo.

Treatments at The Chedi Spa

The sea-facing spa is a more subdued affair, with flowing muslin curtains separating its softly lit corridors and treatment rooms. It centres around a glass-ended indoor pool (ideal for Instagram snaps) surrounded by plush daybeds, an experiential shower, steam room and sauna. For more intense relaxation, the 45-minute Voya Luscious Salt Glow scrub uses seaweed oil infused with Dead Sea salt to hydrate the skin and help stimulate lymph flow and leave your skin radiant.

Best by Boat

Moor your yacht in front of the hotel in the marina, which can accommodate yachts of up to 40 metres.


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