Scale of 90-100
Facing the forested island of Lokrum and the walled Old City, this glamorous 56-room hotel, a 20-minute walk from the Ploče Gate, has some of the finest views of any property in Dubrovnik, combined with a Riviera sensibility. Typical Standard Suites have small private gardens, spacious living rooms with hot tubs and floor-to-ceiling windows facing furnished terraces with views of a rocky cove and the old center of Dubrovnik beyond. Common areas include a stylish white bar-lounge and a commendable Italian-Croatian restaurant, both with splendid terraces. Other amenities include a long indoor pool, a contemporary spa and a “beach” by the sea (in fact a series of white cement polygons set among rugged boulders, furnished with loungers). This is unquestionably Dubrovnik’s finest hotel.
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My large suite’s hot tub and seaview balcony; the long indoor pool; the superb restaurant.
The spa has a skeleton staff, and the $55 “Diamond Bed” experience was a complete waste of time and money.
Good to Know
Book at least a 400-square-foot Executive Room; smaller categories can feel tight.
Villa Dubrovnik Features:
- Private pool
- Room service
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Lowest Rate: Superior Room, $840; Editor's Choice: Executive Room, $1,000.
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