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.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
Based On 2560 reviews
- Official Rating
- 308 Rooms
- 4 Lifts
A la Carte
Luxury hotels from around the world
- First Class hotels
- International brands and boutique properties
- Private taxi transfers
- 20kg luggage allowance with TUI
- Free Select Your Seat service with TUI
Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks|
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Facilities ► View all
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.
Rooms► View all
Larger Room Deluxe Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony►
This contemporary deluxe twin room has been styled simply but effectively and the room is also larger. You'll get some extras with your room too - there's bottled water and facilities for tea and coffee and even sweet treats - all of which are replenished daily - there's also fruit and wine on arrival. Your room will be air-conditioned, will have free access to Wi-Fi and there's also a minibar, satellite TV and bathrobes. Outside, there's a balcony where you'll have views of the Adriatic Sea.
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.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
Great place for a short break
Just come back from a 3 night stay here with my 16 year old son. It was our first visit to Croatia and this hotel made it a great experience. There was plenty to do within the hotel grounds - especially the snorkelling and spa facilities and there were always available sunbeds in the pool and beach area. The location was excellent with plenty of restaurants, bars and a good supermarket within a 15 minute walk. Food at the beach restaurant was of a high standard and affordable. Very handy that the bus into Dubrovnik Old Town started right outside the hotel which made it very easy to visit the city when it was cooler in the evening.The staff were extremely helpful and friendly - highly recommended and I'd definitely come back.More
Lovely hotel in Peaceful setting.
No. 4 bus picks up right outside hotel and takes you direct to old city. Ittakes about 10mins, the bus runs every 15 mins like clock work. Excellent location as your far enough away from any crowds and noise but the town is very accessible. There is an ATM at the hotel. We stayed in Rm 431 - which has a lovely see view. Indoor pools /changing area very good. Breakfast excellent - omelettes especially yummy. Poolside restaurant excellent, drinks are not cheap though. The hotel grounds are literally on the sea edge - you can walk 5 paces and be dipping in the sea. There is also scuba diving centre and jet ski hire at the hotel. Sea urchins a plenty so do bring sea shoes - can be bought from the hotel shop cost me 99kunar Ask for Iron & board and they will leave it in yr room for the week if you wish. In room safe is good size and wide enough for a laptop/ iPads etc - no charge. Chocolate on pillows every night. Tea/coffee in room replenish every day. For an early evening drink head to a wine bar called Malvasija opp Dubrovnik Walks office in the old city. Ask for Gerda- a lovely lady who really knows her stuff about wines. Segreto is a restaurant in old city and is small Italian menu but great quality & av. price, again happy to recommend. We took a day trip to CAVTAT a 30 min taxi ride - it’s so worth it. Beautiful area with million dollar yachts moored up, bars and restaurants, some shops. We took a taxi from Mario who is a local from Cavtat- we would highly recommend him as he was knowledgeable of the area, friendly and we would definitely use him again if we return - his card details I’ve attached.More
Although I don’t dislike the hotel it is not a 5 star. I would be generous if I said it was 3.5. The hotel is beautifully located on the peninsula and commands amazing views. The lobby is expansive and makes for nice after hours meetings with friends to end the evening. We tried all the restaurants at the hotel and found the food disappointing and overpriced. Drinks are not generous and even more overpriced! As a suggestion to the hotel, they have all the right ingredients to be one of the top hotels in the area but they need to up their game on food and service. I stayed in a suite which did have amazing views but for the cost the amenities, the bed, sheets could all be taken up a level of two. More
Nice hotel set-up for couples not families
A very nice hotel, as you’d expect for a 5*, offering everything you could want. 2 outdoor pools (plus one for VIP guests ?) and one indoor used more for length and exercise. A nice spa and small gym with everything you could want. The rooms were pretty standard, no real thrills, but couldn’t fault them. The only negative is the shear price of drinks in the hotel. Spending close to €6 for a bottle of Croatian beer is unacceptable really. Not a hotel for kids as there isnt much to keep them entertained. The sea swim area is not easily accessible or appropriate for kids / not strong swimmers. More
Super comfortable hotel
Visited Dubrovnik for first time. Super hotel (comfortable, great pool/access to sea, nice buffet breakfast, & great location - access to old town). Combination of day by pool, & evening visit to old town (history, site seeing, culture, great food & wine), a real winning combination.More
Things To Do View all »
Dubrovnik City Walk & Cable Car
Lapad beach transfer
Explore Dubrovnik's city walls
No visit to Dubrovnik is complete without a walk round the impressive fortifications that surround the town. The 1,940-metre-long…
Have a night out in the Old Town
Dubrovnik doesn’t party hard but it can still hold its head up when the sun sets. Most of the city’s nightlife is in theold…
Eat freshly netted seafood by the Port
Dubrovnik is crammed with restaurants around Stradun, the pedestrianised main street in the old town. But the port is the…
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally.
Prices displayed in the 'top places to stay' section are the lowest prices available departing within the next 365 days. All offers are subject to very limited availability.
All prices shown are updated once every morning and therefore could change at any time during the day. All prices shown are per person and are based on 2 adults sharing unless otherwise stated. When selecting an offer you will be asked to enter in the number of adults and children travelling, the applicable price will then be displayed based on your chosen party size.
All offers are subject to availability. TUI reserves the right to withdraw these offers at any time and without notice. For full booking terms and conditions please click here