Overlooking the sea on Lapad peninsular, a 10-minute walk from the main pedestrian boulevard. Dubrovnik Old Town lies a 15-minute bus ride away (service runs every 15 minutes and stops right in front of hotel) or a pleasant 40-minute walk.
The 59 rooms (both doubles and singles) all have balconies and views either of the park or the sea (a little more expensive but worth it). The décor is a tad dated, in tones of misty pinks with grey tiled bathrooms, plus air conditioning, satellite-TV and mini-bar. The hotel stands on a dead-end road so there’s no traffic noise.
The hotel’s Glorijet Restaurant has a sunny dining room with memorable sea views, plus a glorious front terrace shaded by pine trees, ideal for an al fresco breakfast.
Eating and drinking
The generous buffet breakfast includes eggs, sausages, rolls, Danish pastries, and platters of sliced cheese and cold meats, plus tea and coffee. There’s also a buffet dinner – many guests are on half-board.
Below the hotel there’s a small pebble beach backed by rocks and concrete bathing platforms, with sun beds for hire and waiter service from the bar. I suggest coming for a swim in the late-afternoon and staying for sunset - very impressive as the beach is west facing.
Friendly and helpful staff.
Who stays there
Predominantly European couples and families, some on package deals.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Great views / scenery
- Chilling out
Pros & Cons
- Sea-view terrace restaurant
- Good value for money
- Hotel beach
- Distance from Old Town
- No lift