Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort opens with new spa

Spa Soul offers enhanced wellness experiences at this new Montenegro resort


Hyatt Regency has opened Spa Soul at its new property in Montenegro. Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort is in the heart of the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bay of Kotor.

The 205 guest room property is the first Hyatt hotel in the country and offers eco-consciously designed rooms for guests.

Set against impressive cliffs and overlooking the Adriatic Sea, the contemporary design boasts natural hues and subtle blue design accents that reflect the natural surroundings.

For enhanced wellbeing, guests have access to a state-of-the-art fitness centre, a dedicated space for yoga and Pilates, and expansive spa facilities.

The spa was conceived by Asuman Helvacioglu, co-founder of Spa Soul, and is managed under the Spa Soul brand.

woman sitting with legs crossed beside a wide open bay

“Spa Soul is a spa brand that renews, develops and adapts to modern life with you, with its customisable menu and equipped team that allows you to choose the right plan for you.”

Jovana Jovović

Spa manager, Spa Soul, Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort

Spa Soul in Montenegro

Founded in 2009, Spa Soul is a spa management and consulting firm founded by Zeki Dikmen and Asuman Helvacioglu. It specialises in conceptualising and managing 74 day, club, medical, destination, thermal and resort spas.

The brand’s portfolio of properties includes W Istanbul, The Ritz Carlton Istanbul, The Bodrum Edition, Conrad Hotel Bosphorus and Intercontinental Hotel Istanbul.

“Spa Soul distinguishes itself from other spas with its modern and flexible structure,” says spa manager, Jovana Jovović.

“It offers sustainable treatments with the materials which are taken as they exist in nature, modernizing traditional techniques and meeting today’s needs.

“Its purpose is to preserve and support wellness, that is, to provide the right environment and practices for your regeneration.”

Sauna with round external window looking across the bay
Sauna at Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Montengro

Spa design

The 690sqm spa was designed by Slobodan Krivokapić, CEO and architect at Lineare Design. It features seven treatment rooms, one of which is a double treatment room. There is also an indoor pool with stunning mountain and bay views plus a sauna. Additionally, there is one hammam, said to be the first Turkish hammam in Montenegro.

The treatment menu features unique therapies from the product houses Charme D’Orient Paris and Forlle’d. Hammam treatments are a particular specialty. The Pure Hammam treatment features a soft steam and scrub with black soap and kassa, a purifying wrap and deep hydration with shea butter.

Staff uniforms have been custom made and towels supplied by DK Textile in Turkey. Gharieni supplied the treatment beds, and the gym has been equipped by Technogym.

traditional hammam
Hammam at Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Montengro

About Hyatt Regency and Hyatt Hotels Corporation

The Hyatt Regency brand boasts more than 230 urban and resort locations in more than 45 countries.

On March 31, 2023, the Hyatt Hotels Corporation portfolio included more than 1,250 hotels and all-inclusive properties in 75 countries across six continents.

The company’s offering includes brands in the Timeless Collection, including Park Hyatt, Grand Hyatt, Hyatt Regency, Hyatt and UrCove. The Boundless Collection include Miraval, Alila, Andaz and Thompson Hotels.

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