We booked this hotel for the last night of our holiday as a treat to ourselves. After a week of hostels exploring this great country, to end up in a pit of luxury that banishes those final holiday night stresses seemed the perfect idea. >>> more
We stayed here at the end of April 2008.
The hotel has beautiful views (it is on the Lapad peninsula) but it is a twenty-minute bus-ride out of Dubrovnik, in an enclave of similarly soulless hotels, and feels rather isolated. >>> more
“A good choice to stay at when visiting one of Europe's most beautiful cities“ 2010-02-06
Stayed at the Neptun in March which was well and truly out of season, the hotel must have had about 10 guests staying. During this quiet spell there was a lot of work going on though this was not overwhelming or in anyway spoiled my stay. >>> more
We stayed for 4 nights and picked Tirena because of previous good reviews and the presence of the swimming pool. Unfortunately, due to ongoing construction work at the neighbouring hotel the pool was closed, although there were arrangements to allow use of a pool at a near hotel which was very good, if a 5 minute walk away . >>> more
The Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik is perfect for anybody travelling to Dubrovnik in my opinion. It is in perhaps the most convenient location in all of the city, directly adjacent to both a bus stop and the magnificent Pile Gate entrance to the Old City. The importance of this fantastic location cannot be overstated! >>> more
The hotel is in a fantastic location next to the old town within 5 minutes easy walk. Between the hotel and the city the city beach is conveniently located. Reception staff were efficient but distant, almost remote with no warmth. >>> 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.