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Hotel Kompas

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Hotel Kompas is located right of the coastline of one of Dubrovnik’s promenades – the Bay of Lapad. Situated directly on the Adriatic Sea, it is an excellent choice for guests who want a holiday full of sun, sea and fun. Apart from the 115 rooms, of which 54 have a sea view, the hotel has a number of amenities such as an outdoor and indoor swimming pool, fitness centre, sauna and jacuzzi. There are three restaurants: Sole – the main restaurant, Sedna – a la carte restaurant and a pizzeria and open terrace which offer a rich menu of food and drinks as well as live music through the summer. For guests who wish to relax next to the crystal clear sea we recommend the beach in the Bay of Lapad which is only 30 meters from Hotel Lapad. The children will also enjoy the nearby children’s playground.

Throughout the year Hotel Kompas organises various events such as a New Years Eve party, Valentines, Easter program, gala evening through the summer season along with vocal choir evenings and traditional Dalmatian cuisine evenings and wine tasting. Along with these standard programs the hotel can also organise celebrations with special menus and all set in a romantic ambience. Hotel Kompas can also hold smaller seminars and conferences for up to 100 participants.
Hotel Kompas is open throughout the whole year.




A good hotel - but not a great hotel
2010-02-07

Hotel Kompas is fine. It won't blow your socks off or anything but you won't be disappointed either even if you might reasonably expect a little more for the price.

Room size is good, everything is kept clean and staff seem friendly. Bathroom is a tad small and antiquated-looking, but is generally fine. One thing we didn't like was the degree to which you could hear neighbouring guests using their own bathrooms but we weren't overly disturbed by noise overall. It would only have taken a few unruly guests to spoil it for us but thankfully there were none.

There's a good laundry service as well which we found useful during our stay. There's an English-language news channel and movies on the local channel are in English with local subtitles.

Location-wise, it's a decent walk to the Old Town (30-40 mins) and obviously quite quick to get there on the buses (10-15 mins). We walked it once but there's not much to see on the way in to the old town so took the bus every other day. The bus stop is about 10 minutes walk from the Hotel but avoid making eye contact with the people selling boat trips - theres loads of them who simply can't wait to give you a brochure!

Hotel reception is - unusually - one floor beneath road level (Kompas is built on the sides of a steep hill down to the sea) so you might have to struggle down with bags when checking in. There's nine floors in total with the bottom floor housing the restaurant and bar which is lovely in nice weather as it's right on the edge of the bay overlooking the water. There's also a nice balcony near reception overlooking the bay.

The breakfast room is the floor above the restaurant and is big and spacious with huge windows open to the sea but we quickly tired of the repetitive fare on offer, despite it having decent variety on the face of it. There's always alot of things there that you won't eat so you generally eat the same every day.
Watch out for the wasps crawling round the platters of cold meats. Disgusting - and a right turn off every morning, why they don't enclose the meat in a protective case with doors I don't know. And if you leave your bread unattended there's some cheeky birds only too willing to swoop and peck away at it but we thought this was actually endearing.

The food is typical Dubrovnik, the usual dishes but probably a little better standard-wise than some other places we ate. In nice weather the sea-side dining area is lovely to sit at.

There's internet available at reception - one PC only - for 20Kn a half hour, or just under 3 euro approx.

It's a decent hotel overall but I would neither rave about it nor rant about it.




pretty good hotel
2010-02-07

We stayed in August 2008, the hotel was nice, nothing to rave about but was more than sufficient for what we wanted. >>> more
Value For Money
2010-02-07

I stayed at this hotel with my wife, for three days. The hotel is located in an amazing place, right by the sea. The seaview is amazing. And Eventhough it was end September (last week) the sea was quite with no tides. If you are expecting a clean and quite place to stay, >>> more
good offer for honeymoon
2010-02-07

everything was good, good service, good food, quiet location and public transport was near the hotel >>> more
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