Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik Hotel
The Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik Hotel is an astounding model of ‘archinature’ – a harmony of 21st century styling in a gorgeous natural environment. Nestled in glorious seclusion amidst the lush greenery of the Babin Kuk peninsula, the ultra-modern resort sets the standard for Croatian hospitality. Spectacular sea views and stylish interiors are just the foundations of what is truly an awe-inspiring resort.
Comfortable rooms and luxurious suites provide beautiful vistas of the Elaphiti Islands and Mediterranean woodland. Providing a memorable gastronomic experience is high on the list of priorities for the Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik. Enjoy sumptuous dining in a showpiece a la carte restaurant, or be dazzled by the talents of the chefs in the show-cooking buffet restaurant. At night sit back and enjoy the soft piano melodies in the Nocturno Wine and Cocktail Bar and choose from over a hundred hand-picked wines or a fanciful array of cocktails.
Savour the serenity of the Palma Lounge Bar for a quiet drink, or head to the Orsula Lobby Bar at the heart of the hotel, a perfect meeting place for a pre-dinner aperitif. The range of facilities is immense. Cool off with a refreshing dip in the indoor and outdoor swimming pools or luxuriate in a little ‘me’ time at the enchanting Ragusa Spa with its enticing selection of invigorating treatments based on Mediterranean products.
Nearby, a white pebble beach offers further relaxation, or the excitement of numerous watersports for thrill-seekers. For business users, the Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik excels in 21st century event hosting. A 1,000 capacity conference hall and a further seven fully-equipped meeting rooms are just some of the facilities at your complete disposal.
The state of the art business centre and multi-functioning rooms employ a dedicated team of experts to ensure smooth running of any event, whether corporate or celebratory.
Although secluded enough to guarantee the utmost in tranquillity, this extraordinary resort is still close enough to Dubrovnik’s old quarter to take advantage of its intriguing culture and nightlife. In summer you can mingle with the stars drawn to the city’s spectacular summer festival. Those in search of history will find Croatia’s most southerly city changed little since the 13th century.