10 Dubrovnik Hotels With Epic Croatian Views

The red roofs and stone architecture of Dubrovnik have been an enduring icon of the Croatian Mediterranean for over a millennium. Beautiful is an understatement for The UNESCO-listed Old Town of Dubrovnik, but the city has much more to offer. In fact, Dubrovnik is a great place to see epic Croatian views of the region and enjoy travel.

The most prestigious accommodation establishments in Dubrovnik can be found along the east and west coast of the Old Town and in the district. There are many luxury resorts and boutique residences built into the side of the cliff, which offer views of the city walls and sandy beaches. With all this, tourists will not feel confined while staying in this place. So here are some of the best hotels in Dubrovnik that will offer great views that visitors will enjoy while staying in the city.

ten Villa Orsula

If tourists want to be close to town yet near the sea, Villa Orsula will be the first choice for anyone visiting this town as this five-star property is only a five-minute walk from the town center . Plus, they offer an on-site spa, so their visitors can spend the day relaxing and enjoying great ocean views. In addition to that, this hotel offers 11 rooms and two suitesVictoria Restaurant and Lounge Bar, a swimming pool, Jacuzzis, sauna, treatment rooms, fitness studios and even a garden where tourists can relax and enjoy the calm feeling of nature’s breeze.

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9 Excelsior Hotel

The 158 rooms and suites of the Hotel Excelsior are elegantly decorated and offer all the amenities a tourist could ask for. Each unit at this hotel features luxurious furnishings and modern amenities, including plush mattresses and spacious living areas that can accommodate an entire family. Rooms with a view of the sea or the metropolis are also available, according to individual preferences. The hotel’s beautiful swimming pool and private beach are also available to guests. This exquisite spa and wellness center is also on-site, which features a fully equipped gym, a peaceful hammam and a variety of soothing therapies.


8 Hotel

Dubrovnik’s Old Town and the city’s rocky coast are less than 10 minutes’ drive from Hotel Lapad, which sits on Gruz Bay. There are flat-screen TVs, minibars, and free Wi-Fi in the modern rooms at this hotel. There’s also an on-site restaurant, a pub with a covered outdoor terrace, plus several other dining alternatives within a few blocks. In fact, they also have beachfront rooms perfect for anyone who wants to see the beach. The 163-room hotel is a fantastic choice as it’s located in the city center and offers reasonable rates. Although it is an old building, the rooms have been renovated to include modern amenities.


7 Stari Grad Shop

Dubrovnik’s quaint Old Town is home to Hotel Stari Grad, a homey three-pearl hostel set back from the road in a narrow pedestrian lane. On the fifth floor, a rooftop restaurant offers stunning views of the walled city and eight guest rooms spread over four legs. Luxuriously designed bedrooms are spotless and inviting, and bathrooms feature L’Occitane amenities and oversized showers. Room rates include a free continental breakfast, and there’s a restaurant and lobby lounge. However, before staying at this hotel, tourists should be aware that street noise can be bothersome and rooms on the fourth floor are placed directly below the kitchen and restaurant.

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6 Hotel St. Joseph

Located in the center of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, St. Joseph’s is a unique residence as the hotel’s six stylish rooms have been elegantly designed in keeping with Dubrovnik’s historic past. The main pedestrian street in the old town, Stradun, is a short walk south of St. Joseph. Concierge services are available at the hotel’s 24-hour front desk. Thus, tourists can easily explore the history, attractions and activities of the old town. The city beach, Banje, and some of the area’s most notable restaurants are within walking distance of the hotel.


5 Hotel More

With its private access to the Adriatic, Hotel More sits atop a cliff overlooking Lapad Bay and has a concrete terrace along the rocky coastline. Those hoping to relax on a white-sand beach will be disappointed, but the hotel also has a charming bar hidden in a natural cave. An extensive wine list and an outdoor terrace complete the dining experience at this restaurant. Other than that, Old Town attractions can be reached by walking on a peninsula, but views of the islands can be seen from the sidewalk. The Hotel More’s no-frills approach is ideal for those seeking a peaceful retreat. The hotel is located on the lake about 15 minutes from the old town and offers spectacular views from its swimming pool.


4 Large Argentina Villa

The Grand Villa Argentina is a luxury boutique hotel that overlooks the Adriatic Sea with high-end amenities. The hotel’s sense of seclusion, excellent service, and picturesque setting make it an amazing place to stay, away from the central tourist area. There’s also an indoor pool, spa, fitness center, and several food and drink establishments on-site. It’s one of the more expensive options in the area, but well worth it if money isn’t an issue.

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3 The Pucic Palace

Located in the heart of the Old Town of Dubrovnik, the Pucic Palace is a luxurious boutique hotel. Antiques and excellent historical details have preserved the original baroque style of the building. Long curtains and rugs line the wooden floors, and marble bathrooms are a particular highlight in the dignified and gorgeous rooms. No spa facilities and some rooms are smaller than others, but this is undoubtedly one of the most luxurious hotels inside Rome’s historic city walls. Tourists can admire the beauty of the city from the comfort of their balcony.


2 Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik

Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik is perched on a cliff overlooking the Adriatic Sea and has its own private cove with a pebble beach and a sea cave. Although the rooms are spacious and have a desk and a seating area, not everyone has a balcony to enjoy the sea view, so tourists are recommended to book a room with a photo from the sea. Full spa facilities including an indoor pool and gym are also available. Most of the historic attractions in the Old Town district are within walking distance from this hotel.


1 Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik

The Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik, located on the outskirts of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, is a historic luxury hotel with a distinguished history. Its proximity to Dubrovnik’s central tourist district and hilltop location mean sea views from many of the hotel’s rooms make it a popular pick. The four-pearl hotel is equipped with all the amenities travelers could need, including a spa with pool, excellent restaurant, and rooftop bar. This hotel is perfect for anyone who wants to get away from the crowds and enjoy the calm sound of the sea.

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