I have just returned from Croatia from a very magical trip, where I got married in Dubrovnik. We stayed at the GVA with some friends and family during our stay in this spectactular town and I could not fault it. It is a first class hotel with beautiful amenities and grounds and the most amazing views of Dubrovnik.
The hotel has such a wonderful feel about it and is so peaceful. It was really was the best setting for such a special trip. >>> more
We visited Hotel More for a week during June 2008 and had to rely on a short newspaper article and two reviews on trip advisor as the recommendations for our booking - we couldn't have been more delighted with our stay! >>> more
I was absolutely delighted with this hotel. My room was huge (with a balcony about fifteen metres long) and for once everything (a/c, phone, TV, bedside lights, the lift, etc) worked perfectly. The staff (especially Alan, and the girl who was there when I arrived but whose name I forgot to ask) were friendly, efficient and extremely helpful - e.g. in giving a good suggestion for where to have supper in the old town. >>> more
“Nice hotel but you'll get better value for money elsewhere“ 2010-02-06
I booked the Grand Villa Argentina for a 9 night stay from 12 June largely after reading the reviews - something Ive never done before because reviews are very subjective things and include a lot of personal opinion - one mans trash etc... >>> more
I was originally booked in hotel Vis opposite Uvala which was clased for refurbishment. it was with great surprised that I was sent across the road for a free upgrade ( Vis, Uvala, Adriatic ar hold by the sae company). >>> more
We stayed at the Hotel Argentina for the last 3 nights of our honeymoon. It was absolutely amazing. The hotel was perfect in every way. I loved it. If you go to Dubrovnik, you should def stay here.
When we arrived there was a bouquet of red roses in our room and a bottle of wine-- and also fresh flowers in our bathroom. Very nice touches. The cleaning staff was courteous and came every morning and did a nice job. >>> more
We found this hotel through Lonely Planet which described the rooms as glum browns and whites. Whilst the rooms certainly weren't colourful, they were modern and clean with all you would expect, such as mini bar and satellite TV. It was not necessary for Lonely Planet to mention this. >>> 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.