Yes, its brand new and there are teething problems, but still this is a great place for a relaxing holiday. We stayed in a two bedroom appartment with stunning sea and island views. Its easy to get to Dubrovnik by bus, car or shuttle boat. >>> more
Booked this hotel after reading all the good comments and we were not disappointed. We had a sea facing room - these are large and light - unlike the bedrooms on the back of the hotel. Very convenient for the bus into the old town as the bus stops right outside. >>> more
We have just returned from a week at the Hotel Lapad and had a really lovely stay. The hotel is about a 10 minute walk (uphill!) from Lapad which has a small selection of restaurants and bars and souvenir shops. Lapad beach is about a 10 min walk away but we were warned the sea wasnt so clear there so avoided it. >>> more
Great choice, with spectacular views to take advantage of the sea setting and walled city that make Dubrovnik so special. I stayed here on two occasions and the rooms were different in terms of view, so make sure that you check out the view before accepting your assigned room. Another thing to check out: the shower in some of the rooms was incredibly small and narrow, even a small person can barely turn around in it. This varies by room. >>> more
“Comfortable room, nice service, exelent location and exclusive amenities“ 2010-02-06
OK first the good. The setting is stunning and the facilities include 4 pools, a private beach, a marina with water taxis to Dubrovnik, a bakery and patisserie, a sports centre with 3 clay tennis courts and a spa. The food was uniformly good with more eateries than was good for us. The room, while a little on the small side (and with a very odd window between the bedroom and bathroom) was extremely comfortable and quirkily decorated. Unfortunately thats where the good ends. Unless the service improves drastically in this hotel, stay away. >>> 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.