Djenovic is small place very close to Herceg Novi. It doesn't have much to offer, small rocky beach, ugly restaurants with very lasy stuff working there, common looking houses. But we didn't care, bcs, every day we were spending in H. Novi.
Now about Pavlovic full board, where we stayed. Food was disgusting. For breakfast we usually did have two pieces of bread, one day with jam and butter, other with one egg, or with salami.
That is it. No coffee, no juice, nothing. Oh, yes one time we did get apple. Lunch, It reminds me on school canteen, dinner, also, but without any sweets.
Room was very small, with very small closet, and very small kitchen. So most of our things stayed in bags, under beds. Room was clean, with new furniture and had Air cond. and TV with 3 local channels. And sometime we had water in bathroom. We heard that fresh water is big issue in Mnegro, and that ppl usually have cisterns or wells from which they provide water. So after few days of water restriction for couple hours during the day, we started to get water from well. The water smelt, very strange, but we was told, that is normal. We didn't drink it anyway.
The owner was polite first 9 days, and kept promising, that the problem he caused anyway, will be solved, but anyway he trowed us from our accomodation one day earlier. The problem was that he didn't write/remember the exact date of our stay, and that he was already rented our room, one day earlier to new guests, than is our stay.
So, on the last day we had to, with a 11 month old baby on the tropical heat, to search for a new accommodation.
We weren't only guests who had complaints there. I know that accommodation in Mnegro isn't expensive (250 euros per person for 10 days), but that is common price there for good apartments, so there weren't money problem, we just wanted decent accommodation.
Yes, Montenegro is beautiful country, but ppl there don't do anything, to make you feel comfortable there.
No one native there knows when is next bus, boat going to nearest city (Kotor), or where is pharmacy, or where is anything... We always waited for drink/meal/check half an hour, even in the very fancy restaurant in Kotor.
At most places they don't accept credit cards (or if they do, condition is to spend at least 10 or 20 euros in that place).
On the phone number, that Government provided for tourist's complaints was no one answering for 24h (we wanted to report owner).
There is no highway, only pretty much dangeourus mountains roads, there is no info-points, in stores they speak english, but they dont know how to say: "Good day. How can I help you... Good bye". And if you ask something them in stores, and you are not buying anything, ppl were even rood, and of course they didnt know the answer.
I didn't travel much, just visited 8 European countries, and Tunisia, but for these countries I have mostly nice things to write, and I will... Some other time... So, I guess the problem isn't in me, but in Montenegro's tourism organization.