Cheap Summer Holidays in Montenegro from 26 Euros per Person for Guests Booking Before April 1 at Hotel Mediteran Ulcinj

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Hotel Mediteran Ulcinj offers "early booking" specials for Montenegro holidays and vacations direct to consumers. The hotel also offers budget holiday deals and incentive commissions for tour operators, wholesalers, and travel agents bringing their client groups. Hotel Mediteran also offers its own self-guided and guided holidays for beach, sports, cultural, walking, and all manner of budget family holidays.

Hotel Mediteran Ulcinj has announced special discount holiday and vacation deals for travelers booking holidays before April 1. Early reservations also include free use of the hotel's pool after hours for private beach-style parties, and special priced tickets for Albanian entertainer performances throughout the summer. The hotel has also added a family entertainment zone in its Congress Hall, featuring free "things to do" for children.

The Ulcinj South Coast of Montenegro is well known for its array of holiday and vacation possibilities, and most are cheap for visitors from almost any country of origin. Hotel Mediteran Ulcinj (http://www.hotel-mediteran.com) is the perfect setting for family holidays and couples looking for an affordable holiday.

A weeklong beach holiday at Hotel Mediteran includes beach days at several of Montenegro's most famous beaches - Velika Plaza, Ada Bojana, and Valdanos Bay. A complete describing of budget holidays and vacations are listed at http://www.hotel-mediteran.com/montenegro-holidays-and-vacations.html along with the top 100 holiday ideas and things for visitors to do while in Montenegro.

For the more active visitor, walking holidays are popular in Montenegro, as are cycling and water sports. Walking holidays allow visitors to experience Montenegro's "wild beauty" in a more personal way, and most excursions include immersive experiences with local villagers and Montenegrin culture. Walking holidays and tours are described on the hotel's website.

Cultural holidays and tours are also popular with visitors since the local population is truly indigenous and proud of its 2,000 year known history. The Ulcinj South Coast region of Montenegro has been home to Illyrians, Roman conquerors, Mongol invaders, battles during World War II, and pirates of the Mediterranean. Spanish writer Miguel de Servantes Savedra got his inspiration for Don Quixote while imprisoned in Stari Grad Ulcinj. Cultural holidays and tours are described at the hotel's website at http://www.hotel-mediteran.com/cultural-holidays-and-vacations.html.

Hotel Mediteran Ulcinj has also become popular with those seeking adventurous "destination weddings" abroad, and romantic honeymoons of lasting memories. Most newlyweds in the region visit Ladies Beach, long known for its sulfurous waters that mix with the Adriatic to boost fertility. More information about adventurous destination weddings in Montenegro are described on the hotel's website.

Reservations at Hotel Mediteran Ulcinj may be made by contacting the hotel's guest services team through the hotel's website.

Visitors interested in learning more about the Ulcinj South Coast region of Montenegro, can visit UlcinjToday.    UlcinjToday provides holiday and vacation destination information for visitors to the Montenegrin South Coast.

Hotel Mediteran Ulcinj and travel destination portal UlcinjToday are operated by Becovic Holdings Corporation, and owned by Becovic Management Group d.o.o. BMG is a Montenegrin affiliate of U.S. based Becovic Management Group headquartered in Chicago. For more information, visit the hotel's website, phone on skype at hmrreception, or call direct at +382 (0)30/403-124. Or contact the hotel's publicist at http://www.adventureEC.com. Hotel Mediteran Ulcinj is asset managed by owner representative StoneCreek Partners LLC, led by CEO Donald Bredberg.

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TATJANA KACA
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