Our family 4 stars hotel Eleven is located in elite part of Petrovac, just a 3-minute walk from Petrovac Beach and a 7-minute walk from Lucice Beach. Surrounded by olive trees, we offer our guests a relaxing holiday in a Mediterranean setting.
The hotel is designed in a modern style and is an ideal choice for guests who want comfort and an intimate atmosphere. Our service strives to meet the needs of the greatest hedonists.
The hotel has 25 accommodation units, of which 21 are double rooms, 2 triple rooms with balconies, one apartment with one bedroom and one presidential apartment with two bedrooms of 100 m2. Special amenities for families are also rooms that can be combined into one. The hotel has an outdoor pool, a lounge bar, a restaurant open until midnight, a wine cellar, a souvenir shop, a free and secure garage, organised excursions, as well as transfers and car rental, 24-hour front desk, multilingual staff.
Although a small town with 1500 inhabitants, Petrovac is not young. The first inhabitants were Romans all the way back in the 3rd century, as evidenced by the Roman mosaic from this century, which represent the god of sleep - Hypnos. The ancient Romans also seem to have recognized Petrovac as a resort, presenting the god of dreams with a mosaic. God, as the myth says, goes down to land and sea at night and puts all people asleep and releases them from worry. Maybe he can take care of your sleep too, what do you think?
Petrovac's fortress Castello is accessible, you can climb to the top of it, although this was not always its primary function. Namely, since Petrovac and the surrounding areas are rich in olives and grapes, wine and olive oil were kept in the fort until merchant ships took them to other cities.
Also interesting is the story of a sailor who lost his boat in a battle with a stormy sea but managed to find refuge in the islands in front of Petrovac. These are the islands of Katič and Sveta Nedelja, on which this sailor built a church as a gift and a token of gratitude to the island that saved him. Today, it is popular to go to the island and ring the church bell for good luck. Before heading out to the islands, meet the 600-meter-long City Beach, known for its red sand, and Lucice Beach in the bay behind the hills. It is surrounded by pine trees and steep cliffs, and with its surroundings, scent and clarity of the sea it is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Montenegro.