22 Jan. - 23 Jan.
21 Jan. - 22 Jan.
very helpful staff helping me with my day trips around the area. room well kept and very clean and fresh. room faced west to allow great sunset viewing. pool somewhat small for lap swimming but otherwise pool was excellent. hotel directly on bus route to allow excellent public transportation needs, ...
This is a high quality, five-star hotel located on the coast SE from Old Town Dubrovnik. It is on the ocean with its own access to the sea as well as a separate salt-water pool. Its multiple stories provide many views overlooking the Old Town of Dubrovnik, including the breakfast room and veranda ...
Best hotel we stayed in Croatia. The hotel is beautiful and new. The rooms are clean. The staff are great! We are going back to this hotel when we do go back to Dubrovnik
Hotels in Dubrovnik start at C$63 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Dubrovnik is the Pearl of the Adriatic, a medieval seaport whose old city walls and fortresses enclose remarkably well-preserved churches, monasteries, palaces, and fountains in Renaissance, Gothic, and Baroque styles. The terracotta-roofed Old City in its entirety is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Add to this a gorgeous location on Croatia's Dalmatian coast, and you'll understand why Dubrovnik packages promise an experience you'll treasure forever.
Walk along Dubrovnik's 9th century city walls—in places up to 20 feet thick and 82 feet high—and explore its 14th century forts, turrets, and towers. It's 1.24 miles in total, but quite strenuous. The reward is stunning views over the rooftops of the city, nearby islands, and across the sparkling Adriatic. For an even better panorama, ride the cable car up Mount Srd to 1,300 feet above the city. You'll see Lokrum, an island in the bay of Dubrovnik that's open to the public from April to November. Take a 10-minute ferry ride to visit the island's ruined medieval monastery, botanical garden, and fortress, as well as scenic woodlands and rocky beaches. Concierges at most hotels in Dubrovnik can arrange sea kayaking, snorkeling, and boating trips. Nature lovers should find time to visit Arboretum Trsteno. Established by 1492, it's the oldest arboretum in the world.
More than 60 restaurants are within reach of Dubrovnik hotels, including many with views over the Adriatic. Sample Croatian wines while dining on fresh seafood prepared with garlic, lemon, and olive oil. The local cuisine is strongly influenced by that of neighboring Italy, and you'll find menus offering plenty of pasta, risotto, and Mediterranean flavors. Try Dalmatian classics including flavorful stews served with gnocchi, and meats roasted for hours under an iron dome covered with hot coals (order in advance). End your meal with a sweet local specialty, Dubrovacki Rozata, a creamy caramel pudding.
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