“Unique location makes Bellevue a solid upmarket choice for a short stay“ 2010-02-06
We stayed in the Bellevue over the August bank holiday weekend in 2009 for six nights.
We found the front desk very helpful, the food quality and prices good in comparison to what we experienced elsewhere in Dubrovnik and the room spotless. The little bay underneath the hotel has crystal clear water and nice beach caf serving cold drinks and lunch menu at reasonable prices. The hotel indeed commands fantastic views over the Adriatic sea. The hotel was recently refurbished, and we while were not taken by the dcor, we found it quite easy on the eye. >>> more
Hotel President in Dubrovnik is a c25 min ride from the airport (Kuma 250 by cab) and although it may seem far from Dubrovnik's main attraction - the Old Town - it isn't as a local bus starts/terminates outside the hotel and goes direct to the Old Town. Cost Kuma 10 or Kuma 8 if you purchase tickets from hotel reception. >>> more
For those of you who want to escape the cruise ship crowds in the centre of Dubrovnik, head to Lapad where you will find beautiful coastal walks, good swimming spots and eateries... and a range of great hotels. Hotel More tops the bill in my view - opened recently, my wife and I had the chance to stay here in March 2008. >>> 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.