Hotel Dubrovnik Palace
This hotel counts endless sea views and three pools among its highlights.
The Dubrovnik Palace is tucked between a pine forest and the Adriatic. It’s a 10-minute bus ride from the gates of the old town, and a few paces from a shingle beach.
Inside, the hotel is smart and modern, with a handful of sea-facing à la carte restaurants and bars. A total of three pools, and a luxurious spa, add to the sophisticated feel.
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- 308 Rooms
- 4 Lifts
A la Carte
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Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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2 outdoor pools►
The pools have a lot to offer with a swim-up bar, sunbeds, parasols, towels and a whirlpool bath.
With high-tech cardio and fitness equipment, the glass wall gives views of the Elaphiti Islands whilst you work out.
Lay back and gaze at the Adriatic through the glass walls. If that's not relaxing enough, there are two whirlpool baths to wile away the hours.
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Superior Single Room with Sea View and Balcony►
These superior single rooms are bright with a smart, modern look. You'll have free Wi-Fi and a bottle of water is provided on arrival. Outside, there's a balcony or terrace with views of the Adriatic Sea. You'll also have air-conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities - replenished daily - safety deposit box, minibar, bathrobes and slippers.
Junior Suite with Sea View and Balcony►
These contemporary junior suites give you more space and a little more luxury. There's free Wi-Fi in your room and there's air-conditioning too - for some outside space, there's a balcony with views of the Adriatic Sea. You'll be treated to fruit and wine on arrival, a bottle of water that's replenished daily, biscuits and facilities for making tea and coffee - also replenished daily. There's also room service, satellite TV, bathrobes and slippers.
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Would have loved to have experienced this hotel given the views from the suite we had booked, service and the facilities in the Lapad area, unfortunately the hotel has overbooked itself on our confirmed and paid for dates in April. If they can cancel on a big UK package provider on an indulgent break three months ahead due to an unforeseen overbooking by the hotel, they can probably cancel individuals too so be wary that this is a practice.More
A Palace on the Adriatic
I was there as part of a Conference held in the hotel itself. Location is out of Dubrovnik but easy reachable via bus and taxi, although I was driving myself. Lobby is on the top floor and the moment you enter it you can see on the far side the sea. Hotel is built on a rocky slide and as such the floors are reversed i.e. you enter the lobby and then descent to the restaurant and rooms. I was on the 1st floor with beautiful views of the Adriatic sea. The rooms are spacious modern and with all the amenities one needs. Bathrooms are extremely big as well. There is a smart TV on the room and minibar. Room service is excellent as is the entire staff working in the hotel. They support every need one might have always with a smile. The hotel is spotless clean from top to bottom. Breakfast is wonderful with a wide variety of cold cuts, cheeses, fruits, eggs and even fish. I tried the main restaurant for lunch and the food was really nice, although on the pricey side of it. Overall I was extremely satisfied with my staying at Hotel Dubrovnik Palace. It can be a pricey accommodation but worth every penny.More
This is a nice five star hotel and it is not so expensive for what you get in it,every other hotel I visited in Croatia has not service like this,very polite people and you can ask them for any help you need,hotel is perfectMore
Exceeded our expecations
I was a little nervous booking this hotel because we tend to like boutique resorts and this place looked massive. Also, I had hoped to find a hotel closer to old town, so we could walk from our hotel. When we arrived, we felt like we had hit the jackpot. I cannot say enough how amazing the view from our suite was, and how much we enjoyed being by the pool and swimming in the sea. Every night we used the indoor pool and sauna. We were actually glad we ended up not being closer to the old part of town. We even checked out a couple hotels closer to town (Excelsior and Bellevue) and were delighted to learn we liked our hotel the best. Our only complaint was the food at the snack shack was terrible. I couldn’t even finish my burger it was so bad. Overall the food was not fantastic, but it wasn’t bad except for my horrible burger. We hope to return in the future!More
Fantastic Hotel, Reception staff and shop need to improve
My husband and I stayed at the hotel recently to celebrate our wedding anniversary. We arrived early, before checking in time, and were in a long queue. Some of the reception staff sounded very welcoming and came up with suggestions. Unfortunately we had a 'jobsworth' who did the bare minimum. As we couldnt go to our room we asked her if there was anywhere we could change and she begrudgingly mentioned a room to go to (very well equipped with a shower, sofa etc). It would have been helpful if she had offered this herself. Our hotel room was excellent, lovely views, very comfortable beds, strong showers. The chambermaids were excellent and happily gave us more supplies, plus a bedtime chocolate. We wrote postcards and asked reception for stamps. They didnt have any so sent us to the shop - this was closed as it was Sunday afternoon. We went in on Monday and the shop had run out. The person offered to take our postcards and post them when she went to buy more stamps. Three weeks on these postcards have not arrived - not good enough for a 5 star hotel. We went to buy bus tickets two days running and reception didnt have any. This was a pain as well as costing us extra on the bus - again not good enough for a 5 star hotel. The hotel is stunning, the rooms are delightful, breakfast was excellent, the pool and area beautiful, what a shame to be let down by the reception area.More
Alison W, 186338
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