We visited as a couple as part of a tour group and enjoyed our stay. The complex consists of hotel rooms and "bungalows" (basically chalets without kitchens). There is also a restaurant and bar with live music area.
The hotel owns a section of beach which is one of it's best features. The beach is stony and slopes off quickly as is typical of all the beaches in the area. This allows for some brilliant snorkeling - take a snorkel, mask and water shoes to make the most of it. Hotel guests have loungers and sun umbrellas reserved for them.
We stayed for half board meals with the tour group and ate at lunch time in the hotel's restaurant. The food was mainly local dishes with options to cater to most tastes. We enjoyed goulash and djegos ham in particular. Drink prices are not extortionate. Breakfast was self service catering to most tastes. Amongst the more unusual items we enjoyed were pizza and a giant bready sort of croissant. Worth noting is that vegetarian diets are not particularly well catered for across Montenegro.
The service in the hotel was good. The receptionists have good English and were able to offer us recommendations about local activities and services. It was much more difficult to communicate in English to the waiters.
Our room was furnished fairly basically and the fittings in the bathroom were quite loose. It took a while to figure about the air conditioning but we got there in the end. The bed was not very comfortable but the hotel was happy to provide extra pillows for us. The room was spotlessly cleaned every day.
In terms of the local area there are some small shops along the seafront where you can buy basic provisions (bottled water cost 1 euro for 5 litres in a small supermarket as the tap water at the hotel cannot be drunk). The blue line bus stops 5 minutes from the hotel and links to Hercegnovi. We enjoyed spending a couple of days exploring Hercegnovi. The tourist boat Alexandra collects passengers from near the hotel for a trip to the Blue Cave which we would recommend.