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Hotel Dubrovnik Palace

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Hotel Dubrovnik Palace has an enviable position on the peninsular of Lapad just 4.5 kilometres from the walls of the Old City of Dubrovnik. Its unique cascading architecture offers all 308 rooms and apartments on ten floors spectacular views of the sea from private balconies.

Every room has a flat screen TV, wireless Internet connection, en-suite bathroom with massage shower, Gharani Strok bath gel, mini-bar, air conditioning, safe and pay TV with the latest films. Along with the hotel’s beach and three outside pools guests also have at their disposal an indoor pool, fitness club, tennis court and a spa and beauty centre. During their stay guests can enjoy a drink at one of the four bars, dance the night away in “Orlandinjo” night club or taste the fine cuisines from one of the four restaurants. Apart from the Elafiti restaurant, there is the fine dining restaurant Lenga, the tavern Maslina and the exclusive sushi bar Satu.

The conference facilities of the hotel are second to none and include; nine rooms for meeting for 30 to 1000 participants, salons with terraces and views over the nearby Elaphite islands, modern business centre and various locations ideal for cocktails and entertainment.

Hotel Dubrovnik Palace is situated at the foot of the Petka hill and there are numerous walks available through the forested countryside. The historic Old City of Dubrovnik is only a five minute taxi ride away or a ten minute journey on one of the local buses. Comfort and style, a crystal clear sea and views over local islands are reasons enough to choose this extra special hotel. 

Brilliant holiday in a wonderful location - excellent service from staff

We have had a two week holiday in an extremely lovely hotel. Our room was a standard twin and just the right size. ( What do people want an enormous room for? - ballroom danciing? ) It had a balcony with a sea view and although there were a few trees , they provided a little bit of shade and quite honestly we could still see the sea ( there is a lot of it about ! ) The bathroom was lovely and we thought the L'Occitane products were very good indeed and always replenished promptly. Our beds were freshly made up and it was a relief to return to a cool air-conditioned room. I met several couples who wanted to change their rooms because of the view, or faulty air conditioning and they were happy with the way the hotel found new rooms for them.
The breakfast buffet was humongous and judging by the amount of food that people piled onto their plates in the morning - extremely tasty. It was quite amusing to watch people surreptitiously stuffing fruit and sandwiches into their bags for a snack later on ( and yes I was one of them - until i realised the staff must be very aware that people do this all the time and why bother to hide it! ) We ate one meal in the Taverna which we both enjoyed immensely until I dis covered the next day that I had accidentally tipped the waitress 50 Euros and not 50 Kunas, A very painful lesson learned... do not confuse currency or drink half a bottle of wine on the first night.
The pool inside and outside were exactly a described in the brochure but looked even better close up. Unfortunately the outside jacuzzi was used as a play area by many of the children left to run around at will and the pool is too deep for less confident young swimmers. i was rather surprised to see several overweight men rolling around in the toddler pool - perhaps there was not enough room for them in the main pool?
There were always plenty of towels to use at the pool or beach and in the first week usually we managed to get hold of a beach lounger. But then the very efficient Europeans arrived and before i could say "Cor Blimey Guv!" every single lounger by the pool was draped with a towel or book or sun glasses - and this was at 9 am . I quickly learned that it is definitely the early bird that gets a bed and I would get up at 7 , grab a lounger and then go for breakfast. but I did try to make it look as though I had at least sat on the damn thing. Some people would place an untouched paperback centrally on a neatly folded towel and then vanish for the morning, probably on a shopping trip.
During the few stormy days ( torrential downpours with hailstones in fact) I could use the large indoor pool and there was a sauna and steam room
There have been some comments about the shuttle service - obviously from people who have never travelled on the London Underground. What do they expect he hotel to do? Have shuttle buses on stand by? The local bus runs every 15mins and costs 8 kunas if you buy the ticket from the hotel ( L1 and if you don't want to pay that much why are you staying at this hotel?) . Its a great way to sight see and get up close and personal with the locals plus it runs until late at night 2am. AND it takes you to gates of the City. Be prepared to stampede on to the bus at the City end for the return journey. Queuing is definitely a lost art in this city. Be particularly careful when trying to return from the Island of Lokrum on the ferry.There are some very hefty locals who think nothing of muttering loudly and shoving past you while you lurch perilously close to the edge of the jetty.
I booked my holiday a few months a go and did not get a "bargain deal" but I had still a fantastic time. You could not ask for more helpful and friendly staff. And i would urge everyone to learn at least a couple of words of Croatian. to be able to say please and thank you makes a difference. And for heaven's sake I wish people would smile more when they are on holiday. Too many tourists walk around looking as if they have sucked on lemons! Enjoy this beautiful city. clear waters and rugged scenery and honestly the hotel is lovely with one of the best views around and the nicest staff.

Perfect setting on the shores of the Adriatic

he location of the hotel is superb, and the views over the Adriatic at sunset are spectacular. Our room was spacious and very comfortable, the staff were charming, efficient and extremely helpful. >>> more
Beautiful location, great hotel, but isolated and seem to overbook

Stayed for 5 nights, had no serious complaints with the service or the hotel. The hotel is right on the sea with every room facing the water. However, about 1/4 of the rooms have view blocked by pine trees. Fortunately, ours wasn't. The standard rooms are quite small, not much larger than the bed; if you care about room size, upgrading to a superior or suite is a must. >>> more
Has a computer room, with 4 computers free for use.

The only real complaint about this hotel is that there is pretty much nothing nearby. No stores, no restaurant, no sand beach. [There is a nice beach and shopping areas down Masarykov road, about 15-20 minute walk away, but it gets quite crowded.] For dinner, you either eat at the hotel, or need to take a bus/taxi/shuttle to the Old Town. >>> more

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