Leafy gardens and the picturesque Dalmatian coastline cushion the Valmar Argosy, which also lines up a duo of sea-view pools.
This place perches between two petite pebble beaches, which are only a couple of minutes’ walk away. Hop on a bus from outside the lobby, and you can reach the historic city of Dubrovnik in only 20 minutes.
The Valamar Argosy doesn't hold back when it comes to luxurious touches. You've got free rein of a pair of infinity pools that look out over the coast, a top-tier spa and a buffet restaurant with a terrace – perfect for al fresco dining.
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- 4 Floors
- 308 Rooms
- 3 Lifts
Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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You'll find Finnish and bio saunas, an indoor pool and a relaxation zone here. Treatments* on the menu include a sea salt scrub and various massages.
2 outdoor infinity pools►
There's two freshwater infinity pools with sunbeds, parasols and four-poster day beds around the edge.
Freshwater heated indoor pool with deck chairs and changing rooms with showers.
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Lovely holiday, everything spot on!
Just returned from a lovely stay at the Valamar Argosy in Dubrovnik. Upon arrival, our room was ready, which was lovely as we were a couple of hours early. Our room was lovely and clean and always the perfect temperature, much appreciated as I always struggle with air con being too cold, then waking up in the night hot - no issues here! Our 'park view' was a bit rubbish, just looking at some trees, we didn't mind though as we were out most of the time - it did make the room a bit dark though. Kettle, robes, slippers etc - a nice touch. Bed was comfy with a choice of pillows. Food was excellent, breakfast, plenty of choice, fresh omelettes, pancakes, fruit, cereals etc, all the usual things. We always managed to get a table but not always outside, as it was limited (first week of September). We ate at the pool bar a couple of times, it's a small menu but what we had was nice (burgers, salads etc) Dinner was expensive but we did save 20% being a guest, plenty of choice and we only ate twice but it was different ish both times, nice to try some local dishes too e.g. cuttlefish ink risotto. Pool area was always clean and plenty of loungers, they weren't the most comfy of loungers but I appreciated there always being some available (only a few people getting up to put towels out early!) and the towels were a nice bonus. We did go to Coral Beach Club once but it's worth noting, you pay about £30 for the loungers for the day, quite expensive when the pool is free but the water is lovely and it's a nice change. Evening entertainment was a bit poor but we went out so didn't mind too much. Cocktails were good, great selection of gin drinks. Prices comparable to those out in Dubrovnik. We took the no6 bus into town a few times, frequent and stops right outside the hotel, easy to navigate as you stay on right until the end both ways. Cost as 15 kuna on the bus or 12 if you buy from the shop in the hotel (cash only). Nice walk from the hotel up to Lapad, past a nice cave bar, few restaurants etc. We didn't interact with staff a lot but I found those in the lobby bar to be pretty friendly, receptionists mostly ok, the blonde lady could do with some customer service training, mind! Overall, we had a great experience and I would definitely return if in Dubrovnik.More
Wonderful holiday, wonderful hotel
We have just returned from an excellent week at the Valamar Argosy Hotel. The hotel was first class with excellent communal areas, bedrooms, pool area, bar and restaurant. Best of all was the friendly and professional staff who made our holiday memorable, or was it the "Grappa"! Hvala vam puno. Trevor & Christine DuftonMore
We were 2 couples and had a very relaxing 3 night stay. The staff were friendly and welcoming. A shout out to the front office manager Smiljana Lovric who sent us a bottle for my birthday and went out of her way to make sure we were satisfied with the accomodations. The location is away from Old Town but easily accessible. The breakfast buffet was plentiful. Highly recommended propertyMore
Fantastic pools, breakfast & location
Fantastic hotel with two outdoor pools with fantastic views (plus an indoor pool), lovely grounds with lots of seating, and an excellent breakfast buffet! It is a quick bus ride into the old town (you can buy the bus ticket in the hotel shop & the buses are very frequent). The hotel is a short walk from 3 beaches, and there is a path from the outdoor pools onto the road leading to the beaches.More
Facilities: Nice pools and wellness area, great gym, bar area only OK. Rooms: Fine but we couldn't see out of our 'park view' balcony because there was a huge tree directly in front of it which made the room quite dark. Also, our bed was made and towels replaced every day but it took 3 days for our used coffee cups to be replaced and we had left a piece of chocolate cake on the table (we couldn't eat it because weirdly it tasted like fish) and it sat there for 2 days. Other minor annoyances were that there was no iron and only 1 bathrobe came with a belt. Location: This is advertised as a beachfront hotel, which it is but you have to pay for beds. Only the beds by the pool are free. Walking distance to a nice promenade and lovely cliff-side walk, and a short taxi drive away from the old town. Food: Buffet breakfast was lovely but after 10am, the only place you can get food until dinner is the pool bar. Very basic food but the real disappointment came when I ordered a Greek Salad only to find a LIVE SLUG swimming about in it. Service: All fine until the slug incident. The pool bar staff had a laugh amongst themselves in full view of us when the salad was taken back to them. I went to the desk to complain and was directed to a lady who may have been the shift manager; she did apologize but didn't seem that bothered about my complaint. I think that a 4-star hotel can do better. Little things like supplying orange squash at breakfast and charging for fresh juice is just cheap.More
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