CentreVille Hotel & Experiences showcased its reputation for becoming a hotel of world-wide recognition after hosting a series of high profile guests – the latest being a group of world leaders during Montenegro’s recent Adriatic Charter Summit.
The hotel is rapidly becoming an aspirational destination that is internationally acclaimed. It is a well-known fact that CentreVille is Montenegro's place to be and be seen when visiting the city. Not only is the venue a comfortable base from which to explore the city of Podgorica, it's unobtrusive service and unique art-inspired interior makes it a sought after destination for discerning travelers.
During the Adriatic Charter Summit, Podgorica hosted Mike Pence – the Vice President of the United States, as well as the Prime Ministers of Montenegro, Macedonia, Croatia, Albania, Slovenia, Serbia and Kosovo and the President of Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina. A number of these figureheads chose to stay at the hotel.
Located at the heart of Podgorica in the Capital Plaza Complex, is a hub for VIP visitors to the city and has been the preferred home-away-from home since it opened just under a year ago. It is also first choice for Montenegro’s leading events with organisers favoring CentreVille’s eclectic event space, as well as The Living Room – the perfect destination for delegates to mingle after a formal event.
Bringing an unparalleled level of cool to the cityscape of Podgorica's nightlife scene, The Living Room is the uncontested venue of choice for group gatherings, whether it is an informal lunch, dinner or evening drinks with friends and colleagues.
Alexander Bohnekamp, CEO of H’MARK Hosts (the hospitality company behind the CentreVille Hotel & Experiences brand) commented: ‘We are thrilled to have had the opportunity to share our unique brand experience with such guests on a global scale. We are confident our guests enjoyed our renowned service that is both personal, yet unobtrusive and that they felt at home here with us at CentreVille Hotels & Experiences’.
The Adriatic Charter is an association that was founded to support countries in joining the NATO Alliance. It is the most distinguished international event that Montenegro has hosted.