The Adriatic has evolved its high-end hotel options in recent years, with the openings of Regent Porto Montenegro, The Chedi Luštica Bay and others – including the longstanding Aman Sveti Stefan, a stalwart of the five-star scene over the past decade. Bolstering the lineup of luxury hotels, Ananti Resort, Residences & Beach Club is due to open its doors in May as a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, with its own private beach.
The property includes two residential buildings, eight private villas (three to four bedrooms, between 300 and 550 sqm) and 14 suites (51 to 114 sqm). The independent villas feature a private pool and outdoor area with large terraces and an unobstructed sea view. Four of them also include a study, a private spa, a large gym, a Jacuzzi overlooking the sea, a relaxation room, a dining terrace with kitchen and BBQ, a separate studio for guests or nannies, a private reception and an infinity pool.
The 14 suites all face the sea and boast separate bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, living rooms, dining rooms and outdoor terraces. Ananti also includes a state-of-the-art spa set over three floors to meet the needs of spa and wellbeing lovers and a main swimming pool situated on the top terrace where the sea provides a perfect backdrop.
Inspired by Asian and Middle Eastern luxury, combined with Mediterranean elegance, the architecture of the development is designed to maximise the natural surroundings of Rezevici, from olive groves to nearby parks. The resort clings to the hillside and is completely integrated into the surrounding landscape, with interiors consisting of natural materials, with a blend of stone and wood.