Scale of 90-100
This stylish six-room family-owned boutique hotel in a restored 16th-century townhouse is located on a side street in the heart of Dubrovnik’s walled center. A French-inflected junior suite-like Deluxe King Suite had a wood-beamed ceiling painted a crisp white, an exposed original-stone wall and a muted color palette of gray, beige, white and black. Though the hotel does not have public spaces, elevators or a restaurant, the staff and management are friendly and helpful. Delicious room-service breakfasts with coffee, green smoothies, local pastries and savory items such as scrambled eggs with smoked salmon come each morning at the time of your choice. The nearby Pucić Palace has more amenities, but St. Joseph’s is more friendly and more chic.
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The central but tucked-away location; period details such as original stone walls; the relatively reasonable price.
The lack of public spaces; the small amount of storage.
Good to Know
Ask the hotel to have a taxi waiting for you at the public parking garage when you arrive, rather than parking at the exorbitant Hilton.
St. Joseph's Features:
- Room service
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Lowest Rate: Deluxe Queen Suite, $520; Editor's Choice: Deluxe King Suite, $620.
Learn more about St. Joseph's:
In order to offer you the highest level of service, online booking is currently not available. Please call Andrew Harper Travel at (800) 375-4685, or contact the hotel directly, for reservations.