TUI SENSIMAR Kalamota Island Resort
This hotel ticks off good looks, impeccable service and easy access to Dubrovnik.
This place is the only hotel on a peaceful, traffic-free island. It’s surrounded by palms and olive groves, and looks across the Adriatic. Dubrovnik’s a 25-minute boat ride away – public boats depart four times a day.
The hotel is finished to a high standard, with chic outdoor areas and sleekly-styled bedrooms that feature bright touches on the artwork and soft furnishings. Just so you know, there are lots of steps throughout the whole property.
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Based On 1340 reviews
- Official Rating
- 144 Rooms
Stylish holidays just for adults
- Contemporary style
- Top dining scenes
- Great settings
- A focus on wellbeing
- Low-key entertainment
- Attentive service
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. A la carte dining in 2 restaurants for dinner - booking required and subject to availability. Selected international and local-brand alcohol and soft drinks 06.30-24.00. Tea and coffee. Daily restocked minibar. Snacks at set times.
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Overlooking the pool area, there are day beds and sofas to chill-out and relax on.
A circular pool with beach views, you also have a whirlpool bath nearby.
With a sleek and modern atmosphere, the restaurant offers a varied buffet at mealtimes. Here, you’ll find show-cooking, carving stations and a SENSFresh salad bar. There are also two themed evenings a week. There's an outdoor terrace for al fresco dining. Just to let you know, gentlemen are asked to wear full-length trousers for evening meals.
Rooms► View all
Junior Suite with Balcony or Terrace►
Your contemporary junior suite comes with either a balcony or terrace. Along with a spacious lounge area and air-conditioning, you'll also have a 32 flatscreen satellite TV, coffee-maker, minibar* and a rain shower in the bathroom.
Junior Suite with Limited Sea View and Balcony or Terrace►
Your contemporary junior suite comes with either a balcony or terrace and has a limited sea view. Along with spacious lounge area and air-conditioning, you'll also have a 32 flatscreen satellite TV, coffee-maker, minibar* and a rain shower in the bathroom.
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Idyllic setting on kolocep
This island resort is just what the doctor ordered. Very peaceful, pretty setting with a lovely hotel. Right on the sandy beach ideal for swimming. The pool is a few feet away as well and bar service. So you cant go wrong! Prosecco 4pm appointment-could get used to that. The accommodation is on a higher level in separate blocks overlooking the main hotel but was always quiet, and the rooms were very clean and modern. The bars and restaurant were good, and the attention to hygiene was excellent. Travelling in October we didn't expect such good weather but the evenings were chilly, hence the heaters and warm blankets-but to be honest the other holidaymakers added to the real good party mood. Obviously some people are just observers and wish to be onlookers rather that take part but in the main everyone was in a party mood and very polite. You cant help but be bowled over by the view from the restaurant at lunchtime-heavenly. The tavernas separate to the hotel in resort were closed because it was late in the season, but there are plenty of boat trips to go on. If your looking to get away from it all it wont disappoint.More
We upgraded to a room with a view, loved this as the balcony had a stunning view. However be warned that you are asked not to take drinks up to the room and the reason we wanted one was to be able to sit and read with drinks on the balcony. Minibar didn’t have enough for us, so we took drinks up anyway. (Sorry!) Security sometimes have a hard time trying to keep visitors to the island from using the toilets, they worked hard at this and got some flack from tourists, felt bad for them! Food was fab! Cocktails were great! Service was great in the restaurants, even when busy. The beach isn’t child free but we still often chose to go to the beach as the view was beautiful! Again, security had to move some people on as they sat on the hotel loungers. We had a lovely walk around the island and explored some other coves to snorkel. Rooms were clean and cleaned well every day. Felt bad about the sand you brig back from the beach, they did a fab job of tidying up after us! Entertainment is the pool not my thing, but they weren’t pushy and left you alone which I liked! Again, beach was more peaceful and only a short walk back to the bar. Had no problems with ferry to get back to mainland. Would recommend and would happily stay again! More
Having finished a 1 week cruise myself and my partner had a 3 night stay at this lovely pictures hotel. Out room and view was stunning and food was good. All staff werr very freindly. My partner is a wheelchair user but didnt find the climb or steps a problem as he can walk. I would highly recommend this place.More
We could not fault this hotel at all, stunning rooms, great service with nothing being to much trouble, fantastic food with a huge range, all inclusive drinks were not just local beer and wine it was everything, immaculately clean, this was our little paradise and cannot fault anything....will be going back!!More
Lovely, relaxing and peaceful but not 5 star!
We didn''t consider this resort to be 5*. It is obviously remote being on an island, with limited facilities and things to do on the island. We've enjoyed the varied food on offer, which has always been hot and plentiful. Never had to queue as some have stated and the hotel is full. The a la Carte choice in the hotel is poor and service on the night we went was poor. The a la Carte near the harbour is nicer food and choice. The bar area is a let down for the rating of the hotel. Not plush or invitingly set out. Entertainment varies from traditional dancing, a quiz night and singers. Nothing exciting at all. The main bar closes at 1130, however there's a garden bar which closes at midnight, would have expected it to stay open a bit longer than that. Drinks are fine and all staff are friendly and helpful. The rooms are spacious and basic, with shower only. We have a partial sea view which is lovely, I would advise villa 8 and ask for a sea view. There is a very small gym, which isn't listed on the facilities. Thomson run a sunset cruise trip at £25 pp. Sets off in September/October at 7-30! The suns been set for an hour! So it isn't a sunset cruise, just transfer from the hotel to old town. No information or drinks on board, open boat very cold, thank goodness it wasn't raining! When questioned the rep says the boat company stick to the same time through the seasons. So it's not a sunset cruise! Felt very dissapointed and misled by the sales pitch of this 'tour' Takes you to dubrovnik old town until 11pm and gets you back just as the bars close in the hotel. The private beach and pool are both very nice and clean. Not overcrowded while we were here. There is a games room with 2 pool tables and limited board games. Also a TV where they show football most nights. We spent 2 days in Dubrovnik old town as we booked a night stay in an apartment due to not wanting to come back at the latest 8pm ferry. This is highly recommended. We did a Game of Thrones boat/walking tour from Gruz port which ended in the old town, which was very good. Our Thomson arranged Lokrum island tour was cancelled due to not enough people but wasnt informed of this until we stood at the bay waiting! Thanks Thomson reps! Don't come here if you're expecting great entertainment during the day or night. Most of the reviews on here sum it up as a peaceful relaxing holiday correctly. In addition we've had 3 days in the old town and seen it all. It's very nice but wouldn't see or do much more in that time.More
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