I stayed here for a week with my boyfriend, and after looking on the hotels webpage, our expectations were low. This is a budget hotel, but it was clean, the staff was friendly and the breakfasts were basic but very tasty. >>> more
My husband and I stayed at this hotel for one night after a cruise ending in Dubrovnik. Upon arrival at the hotel, we were greated by very friendly staff - and they went out out their way to help us with an early check-in to our rooms, even though the regular check-in time was not due until more than four hours after our arrival. >>> more
“ A very poor value for money hotel, more of a B & B“ 2010-02-07
Berkeley was the 3rd hotel we stayed in Croatia and by far the worst. It was expensive for what it has to offer. A very basic breakfast, no view from bedroom - it overlooked a tiny courtyard. We walked for 40 minutes and could not find the beach. >>> more
We booked this hotel because it was the cheapest we could find in Dubrovnik. We weren't expecting much based on the reviews and the hotel website, however as it isn't a cheap hotel (over L60 a night) we did expect more than we got! We've travelled a lot and this hotel is definitely NOT good value for money. >>> more
We walked in off the street to Hotel Zagreb to stay a night, as we hadn't anything booked. It stands out from the other hotels in that street in Lapad as it is older and looks more interesting. >>> more
Excellent and large rooms, with an overwhelming sea view. The hotel was clean and so was the pool.
Hotel facilities as restaurant and bar are a litle bit old, but still OK and clean.
Service is rather good, and hotel staff very nice, allways with a smile on the face. >>> more
The American Forbes magazine recently listed the ecologically cleanest countries of the world, according to indices by the Yale and Columbia Universities, where Croatia ranked 20th, and 1st among the countries of eastern Europe and central Asia.
Luxurious boutique Hotel Kazbek invites you to Dubrovnik in September.
Connoisseurs say that Dubrovnik is most beautiful in september. Weather is still beautiful, sea is warm and the city is not that crowded as it is during the summer months – ideal to explore and enjoy the eternal beauty of Dubrovnik.