2024 Dubrovnik Accommodation – Where To Stay In Dubrovnik + 55 Best Hotels

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Sarah-Jane has lived in Croatia for 10+ years. SJ, as she is known, has been traveling the Balkans & beyond since 2000. She now shares her passion for traveling with her husband & kids.

If you’re headed on holiday to Dubrovnik, and you’ve been asking yourself, ‘What area of Dubrovnik should I stay in?” and you’re confused – then this Dubrovnik accommodation guide is for you based on my 20+ years of traveling Croatia.


You’ll need to know where to stay in Dubrovnik for your travel type (and budget). The best place to stay in Dubrovnik for me is just outside of the old town because you can relax without the crowds you will experience in the heart of the city.

But, staying in Dubrovnik means you need to know big crowds at every corner, greater than any other place in Croatia. So, while you can’t escape the crowds entirely, you can find a hotel in Dubrovnik (or private apartments and guest houses) that are perhaps lesser known.

Croatia, in general, and Dubrovnik, in particular, have become a must-see destination for travelers, even in winter! This city was featured in the popular television series Game of Thrones.

The stunning views overlooking the Adriatic Sea and the top-notch foodie scene are just some of the highlights visitors to this town can expect. If the hectic city life gets to be a bit much, travelers can take a day trip to the nearby Lokrum Island, Cavtat, or Konavle.

However, visitors to Dubrovnik and the surroundings will want somewhere peaceful to spend the night.


We have found some of the best places to stay in Dubrovnik, broken down by the best neighborhoods. Here are the best areas in Dubrovnik to stay in:

Dubrovnik Old Town

The famous Old Town is the historical center, with a historic building or two!. If your visit is short, this is the best part of Dubrovnik to stay because you’ll be able to walk to all the main sights in Dubrovnik. The Old Town is also a great place to stay in Dubrovnik for nightlife and pub crawls.

It is important to note that this area is the most crowded and often more expensive than other parts of the city, so it’s not always the best choice for those looking to relax after a day of sightseeing or for those traveling on a tight budget.


This is an excellent option if you’re looking for the best location to stay in Dubrovnik, with beaches and resorts.

Set on a bay with easy access to the Old Town, Laplad is an excellent area to stay with kids, as they can run about. The vibe here is chill, with pristine beaches, walking trails, and scenery. There also is an excellent restaurant and bar scene without the bustle of Old Town.

The bus is just a 10-minute ride to Old Town when you want to go exploring. 


Pile is located near Lovrijenac Fortress on the west of the Old Town. This is an excellent city area if you want to escape the crowds while still within walking distance of Old Town. There are lots of nearby amenities and hotels, most of which offer stunning views. 

Some families and travelers with mobility concerns may find this area slightly more challenging as a home base because there are many steps you need to walk to get into Old Town, making it less friendly from an accessibility standpoint. 


This area is located on the east side of the Old Town and is home to many of the city’s luxury and 5-star hotels. It also is an excellent location for easy access to Dubrovnik beaches. 

The view here is also hard to beat, with the bay and the island of Lokrum right in sight!

Babin Kuk

Further out than Laplad, you will find Babin Kuk at the tip of the peninsula. It’s a more isolated area with many hotels and incredibly exclusive resorts. It’s perfect for those looking for a quieter Dubrovnik experience, but it’s not a great choice if you want close access to Old Town. 


If you love staying in a local neighborhood, this is a great spot in Dubrovnik. It’s near the main harbor entry, approximately a 30-minute walk from Old Town, but with excellent public transport links to Old Town to utilize in the heat of summer. There are many fantastic, non-touristy souvenir shops, bars, and food joints to check out, and a stunning view of Laplad is here.

It’s great for those on a tighter budget looking for a more genuine, quiet experience in Dubrovnik. Those traveling with large groups may find using public transport to get into and out of Old Town a little challenging.

Prices in all Dubrovnik hotels fluctuate depending on the seasons.

  • You will get good deals if you dodge peak season, starting in July and going through early September.
  • On average, Dubrovnik hotel rates are 60 to 500 euros per night for four and five-star accommodations.
  • They go down to between 30 and 190 euros for two- and three-star accommodations.

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What Is The Best Hotel To Stay In Dubrovnik?

Well, that depends on a few factors. Hotels in Dubrovnik near the Old Town will cost more, but you’re where the action is. Booking hotels in the Old Town means you walk less.

If you don’t want your holidays in Dubrovnik to be too costly and are looking for cheap hotels in Dubrovnik, you’ll want to stay out of the Old Town. Here are our suggestions to help you decide on the best place to stay in Dubrovnik in a range of Dubrovnik hotel prices.


Best Family-Friendly Hotels In Dubrovnik

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With so many safe beaches for your kids to play at, it’s only natural that you want a family-friendly hotel in Dubrovnik. Here in Croatia, kids are welcome everywhere, and you won’t have any issues in various places. However, where to stay in Dubrovnik with the kids?

  • 1. Valamar Club Dubrovnik. The spacious rooms are perfect for kids to stretch out, plus you can also ask about free parking and all-inclusive options.
  • 2. Hotel Sun Gardens Dubrovnik. Set 11 kilometers from the Old Town, this hotel has kids’ activities all summer. The residences have cooking facilities, which helps save money.
  • 3. Miro Studio Apartments Dubrovnik hotel. They have a selection of self-catering apartments in Dubrovnik.

Dubrovnik Old Town Hotels

4. The Pucic Palace – 5 Stars

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With a 90% approval rating on Booking.com, the Palace is certainly doing something right and is one of the best hotels in Dubrovnik. The building dates back to the 18th century. Still, it has been updated to include various contemporary design ideas, such as a restaurant and one of the best bars in Dubrovnik – making it a pure luxury Croatia holiday.

The well-furnished rooms are also immaculate. It goes without saying that the staff at this location go above and beyond for their customers. Guests at this hotel also raved about the excellent Wi-Fi signal and the hotel’s great location. Indeed, nearby major attractions include St. Blasius Church, the Rector’s Palace, and the Sponza Palace. This is the best area to stay in Dubrovnik.


5. Boutique Hotel Stari Grad – 4 Stars

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This small, elegant establishment dates back to 2002 and lies in the middle of the city center. Guests can use the free wifi available at Hotel Stari Grad and the lovely breakfast on the rooftop terrace daily. The modern suites found here are well-decorated and kept spotlessly clean. The reception desk always stays open to serve your needs better, and the staff often gets kudos for their friendly service. This hotel can also provide airport shuttles for those staying here for a small additional fee.


6. Fresh Sheets Kathedral Bed – 4 Stars

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Fresh Sheets B&B has well-lit interiors with air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi in the heart of the Old City of Dubrovnik. Its rooms offer views of Dubrovnik Cathedral, Rector’s Palace, Bunićeva Piazza, or Gundulić Square.


7. Rooms Klarisa Palace – 4 Stars

If you’re looking for the best place to stay in Dubrovnik’s Old Town, this is one of those accommodations worth taking a closer look at. This four-star choice is centrally located, so you can get everywhere around the Old Town on foot. Onofrio’s Fountain and the Franciscan Monastery are a stone’s throw away from your hotel door.

The rooms are large, and all offer air-conditioning (thankfully!). There is free Wi-Fi in every room and a flat-screen TV if you decide to retire to your room early in the evening. There is a seating section in some rooms and an en-suite bathroom in all rooms.

There is a small restaurant on site. However, there are plenty of dining options outside the hotel and many picturesque bars and evening entertainment choices. You can easily reach the great Dubrovnik area by bus, which stops just outside the hotel, down the road. You will be on the best beaches in Dubrovnik in around 15 minutes.


8. St. Joseph’s – 4 Stars

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Housed in a historic home dating back to the 16th century, St. Joseph’s is a fantastic 4-star hotel in the Old Town, probably the best area to stay in Dubrovnik. It is just minutes from the iconic Stradun promenade, while the famous Banje Beach is also a short walk away. Although in the busy Old Town, St. Joseph’s is on a quiet street, removed from the noise and accessible via both Pile Gate and Ploče Gate.

Each room is tastefully decorated and has a style that reflects the rich history of Dubrovnik. Private bathrooms have rain showers and complimentary toiletries. Additionally, all rooms have air-conditioning, a large flat-screen TV, and a kitchenette. Free Wi-Fi is available all over the property. In the morning, you can enjoy a continental breakfast and the special St. Joseph’s smoothie served on-site.


9. Prijeko Palace – Apartments

Best Place To Stay In Dubrovnik For The Beach

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This stylish boutique hotel is the perfect choice for those who want to stay right in the heart of Dubrovnik’s Old Town and a stone’s throw away from Stradun Promenade. There is also a small, pebbly beach a few meters away from the property, and the Dubrovnik old town walls are a few meters away also.

Rooms are located within a former palace, and the decor retains that regal feel, with architecture dating back to the 16th century. Rooms are large and bright, with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi. Each room is decorated differently and features a flat-screen TV and kitchenette area. Each private bathroom has either a shower or a bathtub. Some rooms have a private balcony, which you can request when booking.

There is an on-site bar and restaurant that serves local and international meals. Nearby, however, you won’t struggle to find all manner of restaurants, bars, and cafes, so you have a lot of choices.

This is an excellent choice for those who enjoy history and want to stay in a central setting in Dubrovnik, somewhere with opulent surroundings.  


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10. Apartments Villa Boban – 5 Stars

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If you’re looking for a home-away-from-home kind of holiday base that is certainly more than a little sophisticated, this is the ideal choice. Five stars and deserving of every single one, the apartments are just five minutes away from the glittering sea. Apartments Villa Boban also has an outdoor pool and a sun terrace where you can sit and enjoy a cocktail.

Each apartment is air-conditioned and large, with stylish décor. Each apartment has a bed and dining room with a fully equipped kitchen. All apartments have a balcony and free Wi-Fi in all rooms. There is also a coffee machine for your early morning cup of java!

Parking is free, and the apartments lie a stone’s throw from all local amenities while still having a ‘castaway’ kind of feel, set in quiet surroundings. This is also one of the best places to stay in Dubrovnik, Croatia.


11. Hotel Kompas Dubrovnik – 5 Stars

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Hotel Kompas Dubrovnik is a luxury hotel labeled Mediterranean Chic and my favorite place. Positioned along Lapad Beach, guests enjoy some of the best sunset shows in town. Trendy, contemporary-styled rooms come with kitchenettes, free Wi-Fi, and a spa bath! Located only 4 kilometers from the Old Town, guests can easily spend their days exploring the city without a long commute.

Guests will also enjoy the jogging paths and scenic walking along the peninsula near the hotel and relaxing in the hotel’s impressive, full-service wellness and spa area. For those staying here, enjoying Croatian cuisine at the seafront restaurant and bar is an absolute must – especially at sunset!


12. Hotel Bellevue – 5 Stars

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If you are looking for a hotel in the best area to stay in Dubrovnik for locations and price, then Hotel Bellevue is an easy choice when deciding where to stay in Dubrovnik.

They offer several balcony rooms overlooking the sea and a restaurant with a large dining area sprawling across a broad deck with incredible sea views. The rooms are large and feature large windows as well. This gives you some great views of the coastline.

The staff are professional and friendly, and the hotel even features a stretch of private beach. So you don’t have to fight massive tourist crowds during your stay. Be sure to check out all the other on-site amenities they have. And make sure to stop by their restaurant for a bite of excellent local food! This makes it the best location to stay in for many people visiting Dubrovnik.


13. Hotel Dubrovnik Palace – 5 Stars

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Hotel Dubrovnik Palace is a multi-award-winning, 5-star luxury hotel located on the Lapad Peninsula. Each room has an incredible view of the Dalmatian coast, a private balcony for catching the sunrise or sunset, and the chance to indulge in a spa bath, complete with bathrobes and toiletries! Loaded with all of the goodies you want in a 5-star experience, this hotel won’t disappoint.

For those wishing to take relaxation to the next level, the elegant Energy Clinic spa features alfresco freshwater infinity pools overlooking the magnificent Elaphite Islands. A PADI diving center, private beach, tennis court, free Wi-Fi, free on-site parking, and various dining and cocktail options are also available to guests. Many guests say this is one of the best places to stay in Dubrovnik.


14. Hotel More Dubrovnik – 5 Stars

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As a Luxury Travel Guide Global Awards winner and with a TripAdvisor Hall of Fame standard, it’s clear guests love Hotel More Dubrovnik. Located on the peninsula of Lapad, this 5-star boutique accommodation offers fantastic views of the Adriatic Sea and luxuriously decorated rooms and suites and offers something incredibly unique to guests.

It is located above a natural cave made into Cave Bar More. Guests can enjoy a cocktail while taking in the natural beauty of this 3-level cave. A wellness and beauty center and a beautiful beach area with views of the nearby Islands are also available for guests. Should you need help with car rentals and day trip packages, the hotel staff are more than willing to help make arrangements.


15. Boutique Hotel Kazbek – 5 Stars

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Boutique Hotel Kazbek has first-class facilities and staff that are incredible. The pool is wonderfully nestled up against a garden wall rife with ivy. Be sure to take the bus to Old Town and see the best of Croatia when you’re not busy staring out across the courtyard that draws your eye onward to the sea.

Due to its location, you are far from the hustle and bustle the old city is known for. Daily perks like biscuits with fruit jam and bottled water are offered. Also, please take advantage of their fresh-squeezed orange juice and breakfast, which feature an excellent selection of hot and cold food items.



16. Hotel Lapad – 4 Stars

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This hotel was a Trip Advisor 2014 ‘Romance Award Winner,‘ and it is easy to see why. Hotel Lapad pays attention to the little things with its gorgeous outdoor pool and rooms outfitted with his-and-hers sinks. They are more than willing to suggest the best places to eat beyond their hotel restaurant.

As many of these hotels feature, Hotel Lapad overlooks the Azure Adriatic. Enjoy a beautiful view of the bay while you relax and recharge after a busy day, or maybe enjoy a sunrise while eating breakfast on your balcony. This hotel is top-notch and often has the best hotel deals.


17. Boutique & Beach Hotel Villa Wolff – 4 Stars

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This hotel is the perfect choice for those who want to rest in tranquility, peace, quiet, and away from the hustle and bustle. Places to stay in Dubrovnik Old Town can get pricey, which is why this villa just under 6km away could be the answer you’ve been looking for.

Right on the beachfront, this hotel is set in beautiful gardens with palm trees and fragrant flowers everywhere. You can dine al fresco out on the garden terrace overlooking the sea during summer. An on-site seafood restaurant also serves some of the freshest catch around. Still, if you’re not a fishy person, there is also a restaurant serving regular dishes, both local and international.

Rooms are spacious and have a flat-screen TV and minibar as standard. Thankfully, there is also air conditioning, and some rooms have a balcony, which you must request when booking. A shared sun terrace for chilling out is equipped with parasols and loungers. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel, with free parking on site.

This is an excellent choice for couples and small groups who want to relax away from the busy nature of the Old Town and be within relatively easy reach.


18. Grand Hotel Park – 4 Stars

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The Grand Hotel Park is located in Lapad with a breathtaking sea view. Anyone looking for the whole package in a hotel will be pleased with the Grand Hotel Park. Start your day off with a free complimentary breakfast. From there, head off to either the pool or spa in the hotel. Spend your day in, or go to, a sandy beach or the city center that isn’t too far away. End your night in the restaurant or the bar located in the hotel.

If needed, you can find dry cleaning, self-serve laundry, free parking, and meeting rooms at your disposal. There is a concierge at the main desk and laundry service to save you the trouble. Their multilingual staff is more than willing to help you.


19. Hotel Perla – 3 Stars

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Hotel Perla is nestled in the perfect location between the beach and Dubrovnik’s nightlife. At Hotel Perla, you will be greeted by the warm and friendly staff. They will do their best to make your stay in Dubrovnik as carefree as possible. No worries about customer service; this hotel only has twenty-five rooms, ensuring each guest is catered to.

Enjoy the sea breeze from your room’s balcony because each room has one! Spend time on the beach as often as you like since it’s within walking distance from the hotel. Rooms are always clean and come with all the little extras needed during your stay.

While there, you can enjoy international dining at the on-site restaurant Agora for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. If you’d like to branch out, plenty of shops and restaurants are within walking distance. Onofrio’s Fountain, Orlando’s Column, The Franciscan Monastery, Sponza Palace, and the Church of St. Blaise are all within two and a half miles or less of Hotel Perla, making it easy to see some of the area’s most notable historical sights. Walk easily, too, since Hotel Perla is on a pedestrian street.

Guests are often repeat visitors to this hotel, which is highly recommended.


20. Hotel Lero Dubrovnik – 3 Stars

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Hotel Lero is a 3-star, pet-friendly hotel conveniently located in the center of Dubrovnik (within walking distance of local businesses and Old Town). This hotel is open all year round for guests, and free on-site parking and free Wi-Fi come with the room fee. Beach access is a short 300 meters from the hotel at Miramare Bay, while an outdoor pool, sauna, and steam bath are also available.

Guests can enjoy a buffet breakfast and dinner in the main restaurant, or for a change in culinary tastes, the Taj Mahal restaurant serves delicious traditional Bosnian cuisine. The perfect accommodation for those looking to save money on their holiday while still experiencing Dubrovnik at its best!


21. Hotel Zagreb – 3 Stars

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Located in Lapad Bay, the Hotel Zagreb is the ideal beach lover’s choice, and it is surrounded by many restaurants and bars to give you plenty of life to experience away from the hotel grounds. The hotel is set in gardens and pine trees, with the beach promenade a stone’s throw away. Recently renovated, this hostel has large rooms decorated in a modern manner, and of course, all have air conditioning as standard.

You can head outside into the gardens and relax on the supplied sun loungers, and you can also dine in the restaurant and bar, which has a stunning view over the sea. If you want to work off some excesses, tennis courts are close to the hotel, which guests can use for free.

Hotel Zagreb is very well located, making it a good idea for those who want to get out and explore the area and don’t necessarily want to spend all their time within the hotel itself.


22. Hotel Kamara – 3 Stars

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This is the closest three-star hotel to the Old Town, about a twenty-minute walk from the stone walls. The Kamara Hotel (previously Hotel R.) has spacious suites that provide excellent views of the nearby ocean. Hotel Kamara offers its guests free car parking and complimentary Wi-Fi. Airport shuttles are available for a small additional fee.

The staff at this location are amiable and do their best to answer all their guests’ questions. Those traveling with their pets will also be happy to learn that this establishment does not charge an additional fee for accommodating one’s small, furry companions. However, travelers should let the staff know they are traveling with their pets when booking.


23. Hotel Adriatic – 3 Stars

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This hotel is located on the beachfront of the Bay of Lapad. You can choose from rooms with a sea view or a park view. The view from either side is stunning. The Hotel Adriatic offers many amenities, including air-conditioned rooms, a complimentary buffet breakfast, a bar, and a fitness center. This hotel is also within walking distance of many restaurants, bars, and shops. If you want to travel further into Dubrovnik, a bus that will take you straight into Old Town stops right in front of the hotel.


24. Hotel Sumratin – 3 Stars

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The Hotel Sumratin is located near the beach and not too far from restaurants, shops, and the Old Town. This hotel offers several amenities, including Wi-Fi, air-conditioned rooms, room service, and laundry service. The hotel even has a restaurant and bar serving various meals, including fresh seafood and cocktails. If you are looking for transportation to and from an airport, the Hotel Sumratin offers transportation services to help you get there.


25. Villa Mia – Private Residence / Apartments

This is another private holiday home you can rent for your stay. This one is a little smaller and, therefore, more intimate, sleeping up to five people in two bedrooms and equipped with two bathrooms. This is a new villa on the block, which means the facilities are equally modern. The garden is well tended to and leads to the large outdoor pool for relaxing on those warm summer afternoons. There is also free Wi-Fi throughout and plentiful parking.

The villa has two floors and an open-plan style with excellent wooden flooring. Everything is modern with a capital M, with a large flat-screen TV to entertain you. There is also a large BBQ area. The vast terrace overlooking the sea is ideal for checking out the sunset.

One bedroom has a queen bed, and the other has two single beds, which means this villa is an excellent choice for families.


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26. Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik Hotel – 5 Stars

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If you are like us and seek luxury holidays, look no further than the Hilton Imperial Hotel. Located just outside the walled city, this five-star hotel provides its guests with seaside vistas, a tasty breakfast, and all the modern amenities. Even the first-floor rooms found here have great views of the Adriatic.

When you are thinking about where to stay in Dubrovnik, think about this hotel. The old-school service at this location is excellent, making it a haven for business travelers. The desk staff facilitates speedy check-ins and check-outs, while the hotel concierges can help travelers arrange day trips. It has an indoor swimming pool, an on-site spa, two eating establishments, and a gym for you to use.


27. Apartments Aquarius – Apartments

Apartments Aquarius are ideal for couples or small groups who want to explore the area but want a more homely feel to their accommodation. These apartments are located in Dubrovnik’s Old Town, so you get a central location, and rooms overlook Fort Lovrijenac. You can easily reach Stradun from there in just five minutes on foot.

Apartments are spacious enough for two or three people and have seating areas with a flat-screen TV, a fully equipped kitchenette, and a private bathroom area with a shower. A shared garden area to the rear of the flats is ideal for soaking up the sun in the mornings or after you’ve returned from a long day’s sightseeing. Free Wi-Fi is provided in all apartments, and air conditioning is standard. Rooms are non-smoking.

These apartments are decorated in a very light and airy manner and have white and caramel decor, with a small balcony area for each apartment.


28. Apartments Benussi – Apartments

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Just 200 meters from the Pile Gate to the Dubrovnik Old Town, Apartments Benussi sits in one of the most convenient areas in Dubrovnik. It is popular among couples and families, close to public transportation to nearby beaches, and within easy walking distance to the Old Town’s attractions.

The apartments in this historical 3-star accommodation all feature a kitchen with a fridge, stove, and kitchenware, a seating area with a TV, a bedroom, and a bathroom. Rooms are air-conditioned, while Wi-Fi is available for free to all guests.


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29. Villa Glavic – 5 Stars

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If you picture Dubrovnik’s quieter parts as sophisticated and classy, Villa Glavic confirms that. Set in beautiful surroundings while still being close to everything you could want to visit, this base boasts luxury and style for a lower price than you might think.

Located just five minutes from the beach, the Old Town, the Dubrovnik Cable Car, swimming pools, and wellness center facilities are near the sister hotel, Grand Villa Argentina. This is just ten minutes away.

All rooms are stylishly decorated and have air-conditioning as standard. There is a large, furnished terrace to enjoy, too. The sister hotel boasts a private beach and two large pools, which guests of Villa Glavic can enjoy for free. This is the only thing that could prevent some people from visiting this hotel. However, this is the place to be for peace in sophisticated surroundings.


30. Villa Dubrovnik – 5 Stars

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Let’s start with a standout from the Leading Hotels of the World hotel – Villa Dubrovnik. The rooms have breathtaking views of the beautiful sea and are outfitted with a modern flair. The staff at Villa Dubrovnik are described as attentive and friendly. They make it a comfortable stay and are willing to ensure you have everything you need, even fulfilling special requests when they can.

You can order breakfast in your room or enjoy your meal while lounging near the outdoor pool. Be sure to visit the hotel spa with a sauna and steam room while you are there. What better way to relax than by having a massage at one of the best hotels in Dubrovnik? Also, steps from the hotel property lead directly down to the beach. Make sure to pack your sunscreen; you are going to need it! This place is one of the best places to stay in Dubrovnik, Croatia.



31. Hotel Excelsior – 5 Stars

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With an almost perfect approval rating on Booking.com, Hotel Excelsior is a five-star hotel with guests raving about the spectacular views from their suites and the hotel’s fantastic location near the water.

Since 1913, Excelsior has hosted several famous guests such as Queen Elizabeth II, Sir Roger Moore, and Francis Ford Coppola.

It consists of the original Villa Odak building and a modern annex, all built on a steep slope. The hotel has just undergone a major renovation that presents a new level of luxury, so despite being an older building, rooms have all been updated to reflect modern tastes.

While the Hotel Excelsior is not located within the city walls, it is a short walk away from all the action. A spa, private beach, hot tubs, a sauna, and several dining options are available for their guests. The large and squeaky clean bathrooms are sure to impress visitors as well. Those staying here are sure to get a restful night’s sleep.


32. Villa Orsula – 5 Stars

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Villa Orsula Hotel is located outside the city center, but it is near enough that visitors can quickly make their way there. The plush accommodations here are lavishly furnished, and complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. The building dates back to the 1930s, and the dining terrace offers excellent views of the nearby Old Town area.

The villa’s staff members are helpful independently, but a concierge service is available for guests. Villa Orsula also features an indoor pool, a private beach area, a beauty salon, a spa, a gym, and a restaurant.


33. Villa Ragusa Vecchia – 4 Stars

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If you choose to stay at this hotel, you’ll be staying in literal history, as the building dates back to around 1830, and you’re just outside the Old Town’s walls! In keeping with the historical vibe, the hotel is decorated to reflect the 19th century, using wood beams and stone outers. Rooms are modern and have everything you need, including a flat-screen TV, a fully equipped kitchenette area, and a private bathroom with a shower or bath. There is also underfloor heating for chilly mornings.

There are many restaurants and bars around the hotel and several supermarkets and shops, so you can easily stock up on your cooking and kitchen needs. This is ideal for those who want to stay as central as possible but want to keep the old-world charm going. You may encounter noise during the day, but hopefully, you’ll be out exploring, so it shouldn’t be an issue! This is an actual home-away-from-home accommodation choice.


34. Villa Leoni – Apartments

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For a more chilled-out, home-away-from-home accommodation choice, opt for Villa Leoni. This four-star property is high above Banje Beach, which is central and a short distance from the Old Town. The great thing about staying here is that you will get an authentic experience, as the architecture is traditional, while giving you all the modern facilities you need.

Apartments have a kitchenette, a sitting area, and an area for dining. Free Wi-Fi is included in the price, and every apartment has air conditioning. There is an en-suite bathroom, and individual flats have a balcony or terrace with fantastic views over the town and the water.

Many restaurants and bars within the Old Town and shops for stocking up on groceries and other necessities. The local bus stops just outside the property, taking you into the town if you don’t want to walk and down to the beaches if you want a day’s lounging by the water.


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35. Royal Palm Hotel – 5 Stars

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The word ‘royal’ in the description sums up this hotel because this seriously is five-star treatment at its best. Set a stone’s throw away from the beach and just 4 kilometers from the Old Town, this is where you can relax in peaceful surroundings yet be very close to the lively town center.

The hotel has a wellness center and two indoor and outdoor pools. There is an a la carte restaurant on-site and a bar with amazing views of the sea and beyond.

The rooms are large and spacious, and family rooms are available, too. Rooms all have air-conditioning, which you’ll be thankful for in the summer, and a flat-screen TV and balcony overlooking the sea. Additionally, there is also Wi-Fi in all rooms.

Another feature of this hotel is that public transport stops right outside, bringing you quickly to and back from various points of interest.


36. Hotel Ariston – 5 Stars

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If you’re looking for a five-star hotel that is within easy reach of all the downtown fun but far enough away for peace, then the Hotel Ariston is a great option. Set on a private stretch of beach, you can choose between a few hours on the beach or a bit of pool time, with fantastic views out over the surrounding islands.

Every room has a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, air conditioning, and free Wi-Fi access. There are also tea and coffee facilities in every room, and you can sit on the balcony and enjoy your morning cup of coffee!

There are several bars and restaurants on-site and a beach bar where you can enjoy breakfast if you want to. There is also a terrace restaurant with sea views and a la carte restaurant on-site for special occasions.

Getting around from Hotel Ariston is easy, thanks to the bus stop outside the property. It only takes about 20 minutes to get into town.


37. Royal Blue Hotel – 5 Stars

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The word ‘wow’ pretty much sums up the image and facilities of the Royal Blue Hotel. Not yet open, but to open its doors very soon, this five-star hotel is right on the beachfront and has a vast rooftop pool, perfect for catching those rays during the summer months. The views over Lapad Bay are just breathtaking.

Rooms are modern, clean, large, and decorated in calming white and blue hues to create the perfect atmosphere. Each room has air conditioning and a flat-screen TV, and some have sea views. Each room also has a private bathroom and a balcony.

The large restaurant’s on-site catering to your every need, one being buffet style and the other a la carte. Head to the bar, where they can whip up one of their signature cocktails.

The hotel is just ten minutes from the Old Town by car, with a local bus stopping just down the road from the property.


38. Royal Princess Hotel – 5 Stars

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The Royal Princess Hotel won the 2014 Travelers Choice Award, symbolizing overall quality and value. This is another TripAdvisor award winner. You get one of the best views of the Adriatic Sea should you choose a sea view room. Make sure you stop by the Cave Bar, which offers some of the best drinks in the area.

The rooms are well-appointed, and the staff completes the experience. They offer standard rooms and suites if you are traveling with a larger group. Both options are equally impressive and appointed with beautiful furniture. This hotel is a true gem and in the best part of Dubrovnik to stay.


39. Valamar Dubrovnik President Hotel – 5 Stars

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Five-star luxury is what the Valamar Dubrovnik President Hotel is all about. Located on the very tip of the Babin Kuk peninsula, this seaside hotel is surrounded by a beach (a Blue Flag beach, to be exact!). Each of the hotel’s rooms offers a sea view, where guests can enjoy sunsets from the comfort of their balcony/terrace.

Included in the price, guests can relax in the on-site sauna, Jacuzzi, indoor heated pool, on the sun terrace, and relaxation rooms. During high season, various children’s programs are available at the hotel, allowing adults to relax while kids play. This hotel has an on-site diving center for equipment rental, classes, and diving excursions for diving enthusiasts.


40. Tirena Hotel – 4 Stars

The Tirena Hotel is located close to Old Town and is decorated in a Mediterranean style. Enjoying the outdoors near the beach all day will be easy, especially with this hotel’s sports amenities and pool. After you have spent your day on the go, relax in the Tirena Hotel garden filled with pine, olive, and cypress trees. Or, you can spend the night dining in the hotel restaurant and bar. The Tirena Hotel offers free Wi-Fi, free parking, meeting rooms, laundry service with dry cleaning, and airport transportation for your convenience.


41. Hotel Neptun Dubrovnik – 4 Stars

The Hotel Neptun Dubrovnik is a popular four-star choice, and because it lies on the beach, you never have to venture too far to find stunning views. Sat on the Lapad Peninsula, a short distance from the Old Town of Dubrovnik, it is super-easy to get around from this hotel while also being located away from the noise.

Rooms are large and spacious, and most have a balcony with a sea view. Thankfully, Wi-Fi is available in all parts of the hotel, not just in the public areas, so you can stay in touch with friends and family back home, boasting about your holiday! Air conditioning also comes standard, and a flat-screen TV can be found in each room.

There are several outdoor swimming pools and a separate pool for children. One pool is located right on the clifftop, with fantastic sea views. Head to the sun terrace for more sweeping views, or chill out in the on-site spa.

On the terrace, there is an on-site restaurant for evening meals and a buffet breakfast every morning.


Gruž Hotels

42. Hotel Adria – 4 Stars

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Hotel Adria offers you a room with a view overlooking beautiful Gruz Harbour, with views over the Elafiti Islands on a clear day. At this hotel, you are around 2.5km from Dubrovnik’s Old Town, and plentiful local buses run on the main road into town. Free parking is also available on-site, as is high-quality free Wi-Fi.

Rooms are large, and you can also request a family room for those traveling with little ones. Breakfast is served on the terrace or in the main restaurant and is buffet style, with fantastic coffee to fuel you up for the day. Local dishes are served in the evening times, as well as many international choices. The cafe bar is open until the early hours of evening fun.

Two pools are on-site, and one is outdoors, with a fantastic view over the harbor and the sea beyond. The outdoor terrace is also equipped with parasols and loungers if you want to sit and soak up the sun.


43. Hotel Petka – 3 Stars

Hotels don’t have to be basic to be budget-friendly, and this three-star choice offers more than enough facilities and fun to make it a real bargain. Located around 3 kilometers away from the Old Town and a stone’s throw from the beach, guests can quickly get around while simultaneously being away from the noise.

Rooms are large and comfortable, with a flat-screen TV and satellite channels. Air conditioning is standard, and some rooms have large balconies with sea views – you can request this when booking. There is free internet in all rooms, not just in public areas, and each room has a large en-suite bathroom.

Two restaurants are on-site, so you don’t need to venture out every evening for your meals. However, if you want to head out, the bus stop directly outside the hotel makes it convenient to get to the main town quickly and easily.


44. Berkeley Hotel & Day Spa – 3 Stars

This hotel is ideal for those who want to relax but don’t want to be too far away and is located in the Gruz Harbour area. This hotel is just ten minutes away (by bus) from the Old Town, but its natural setting makes it feel like you’re a million miles away from the hustle and bustle associated with the area. Local buses run into the Old Town regularly from outside the hotel.

You can choose between a room or a suite, and both are large and decorated in a modern manner. Family rooms are also available upon request, but make sure you request this when booking to avoid disappointment. There is a swimming pool on-site and a spa and wellness center, so you can enjoy treatments or hit the fitness center if you feel the need to. The reception desk has an excursion section so you can book all manner of day trips from the hotel directly.

Most guests comment on the breakfast and the coffee, saying they’re high quality for the price, so be sure to fuel up for the day before you head out!


Where To Stay Near Dubrovnik (North)

45. Sun Gardens Dubrovnik – 5 Stars

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This five-star hotel occupies a quiet and chilled-out location on the beachfront, surrounded by pine, palm, and olive trees. You only have to gaze out your window to see amazing views over the sea toward the Elaphiti Islands. The hotel is around 11 kilometers away from the center of Dubrovnik itself, making it easy to head into town when you want.

Rooms are large and spacious, and they all have a balcony with a stunning view, excellent for sunset. Each unit has an en-suite bathroom, a kitchenette for snacks, and a morning cup of coffee.

On-site, there are several bars, a gym, a rocking climbing wall, and a spa. You can chill out here and not have to leave for much!

The hotel offers private access to a beach, which you will feel belongs solely to you on some quiet mornings. If you prefer a swimming pool vibe, three pools stretch around the hotel’s grounds. 

There is an indoor swimming pool, a sauna, and a hot tub if you want to escape the sun and with a sophisticated indoor spa offering a wide range of health and beauty treatments.

The restaurant serves local and international dishes and plenty of freshly caught seafood. After dinner, head to the cocktail bar for a variety of beverages.


46. Admiral Grand Hotel – 5 Stars

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If you like your hotel sleek, business-like, packed with amenities, and remarkably sophisticated, then the Admiral Grand Hotel is for you. Despite that description, don’t be fooled into thinking this isn’t a hotel for a holiday because plenty of facilities are available for those who want to enjoy themselves. There are family rooms, too.

The hotel is set in the bay of Slano and has large, sophisticated rooms with air-conditioning, satellite TVs, and free Wi-Fi. Rooms are decorated in a minimalistic, sleek style and are very comfortable. There are two pools, outdoor and indoor, as well as several restaurants and bars. Parking is free, and there are business facilities for those who need to get some work done.

Additionally, rooms have large balconies with views over the local hills, woods, and the nearby beach.


Where To Stay Near Dubrovnik (South)

47. Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel – 5 Stars

One Of The Best Places To Stay Near Dubrovnik

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Dubrovnik has a specific type of sophisticated charm about it, so it makes sense that you want to stay somewhere that reflects this vibe. The Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel certainly ticks that box! Just one minute’s walk from the beach and located very close to the Old Town, this hotel has an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a spa, and a wellness center, so everything you could ever need. There is free Wi-Fi to stay in touch, too!

You’ll be pleased to hear all rooms are air-conditioned during the summer months, and there is a balcony in every room, giving you sweeping views across the shimmering Adriatic Sea. Bathrooms all have a tub, shower, and hairdryer for preening! Each room also has a flat-screen TV and a super-comfortable bed.

Family rooms and an on-site restaurant are available if you don’t feel like venturing too far in the evening. Free parking is available, and all rooms are also non-smoking.

Overall, the rooms are spacious, and this hotel is ideal for tourists and business travelers. This is one of the best hotels in Dubrovnik.


48. Hotel Croatia Cavtat – 5 Stars

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From the air, this hotel is shaped like the Titanic, and it sits on a cliff overlooking the beautiful Cavtat Bay. This is your hotel if you don’t mind being a short drive from the Old Town. It’s a 30-minute car or 45-minute boat ride to the old city of Dubrovnik, and this hotel is a real gem.

The hotel is elevated over ten minutes from the beach, where you’ll have sweeping views of the Adriatic and the old town of Cavtat.

Rooms are all air-conditioned and have TVs and Wi-Fi. Most rooms have a sea view, and there are interconnecting family rooms for those who want to travel together yet still have space. Several on-site restaurants, a bar, plentiful entertainment, and a wellness center exist.


49. Smart Selection Hotel Epidaurus Cavat – 3 Stars

Nothing says family-friendly quite like an All-Inclusive option! That’s precisely what you can expect at the Smart Selection Hotel Epidaurus. This 3-star hotel is located in the beautiful Tiha Cove along the Dubrovnik Riviera, approximately 1 kilometer from the medieval town of Cavtat. With proximity to a town but enough distance to get away from the crowds, this hotel is a peaceful oasis for families traveling with kids.

Quiet, comfortable rooms offer views of the gardens or the sea and can add a bed to accommodate various family sizes. Air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, hairdryers, and LCD TVs are great modern touches to each room.


Villas In Dubrovnik

Please don’t write off Dubrovnik villas, thinking they are the most expensive places to stay in Dubrovnik. There are many accommodation choices in Dubrovnik, and a villa with a swimming pool isn’t as expensive as you think. I’d love to lay my head down in one of these this summer. Wouldn’t you?


Camping In And Around Dubrovnik

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For those who prefer to spend time in the great outdoors, camping in Dubrovnik can be a great way to experience the city’s natural surroundings while saving money at the same time. Of course, this option isn’t available in the winter months, but some sites are available in the shoulder season, and all are available in summer.


Hostels In Dubrovnik

If even a cheap hotel is out of the question for you, Dubrovnik has some quality hostels.

Dubrovnik Hostels

50. MyCocoon HostelHere, you will enjoy getting to know other travelers, especially in the games room, a perfect place to mingle and meet new friends while having fun. You can also utilize the communal lounge to enjoy the company of other staying guests further.

Communal bathrooms and dormitory-style rooms make staying fun and memorable. Enjoy the sights easily, as many of the city’s popular attractions are just steps from My Way Hostel. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi during their stay to make staying connected to the world around them just a bit easier.

MyCocoon Hostel is only 19 kilometers from the airport in Dubrovnik, making further travel simple. If shops and attractions aren’t your forte, you can spend your days at the beach.

Get the best of what Dubrovnik offers in one convenient location at this hostel. Enjoy several local markets on your way, and get a taste of the local fare! If you want to spend some time in the mountain tops, you can find some as close as 800 meters away.

This top-rated hostel in Dubrovnik is set on the Lapad Peninsula, only 500 meters from the nearest beach and 2.5 kilometers from Dubrovnik’s UNESCO-protected Old Town.

51. Dubrovnik Backpackers Club: One of the Best hostels in Lapad.

52. Hostel Free BirdThis brand-new hostel has six dorm rooms and four shared bathrooms. It has easy access to public transport, stores, bars, and restaurants and has to be the best place to stay in Gruz when you’re looking for budget accommodation in Dubrovnik.

53. City Walls Hostel: Established at the center of Old Town, City Walls Hostel is our super choice when looking where to stay in Dubrovnik on a budget. A short walk to the sights, this hostel has easy access to bars & restaurants.

54. Old Town HostelOn a budget and looking for where to stay in Old Town Dubrovnik? You found it. This hostel in Dubrovnik is a short walk to all the nightlife and has laundry facilities & tour agencies on-site – making it a one-stop shop for you to plan your stay in Dubrovnik.

55. Dubrovnik Inside The Walls B&B: Best hostel near Ploce gate.


Which area of Dubrovnik is best to stay in?

The best neighborhoods for tourists are:

  • Old Town
  • Laplad
  • Babin Kuk
  • Ploče
  • Plie
  • Gruž

What kind of accommodation options are available in Old Town?

Because it’s more compact, you will find mostly boutique hotels and guesthouses with a middle-of-the-line price tag. 

Where can I find the best luxury hotels in Dubrovnik?

Luxury hotels in Dubrovnik are spread along the coast, mainly in Ploče and Pile.

What is the best area to stay for first-time visitors to Dubrovnik?

For your first time, I’d recommend the Old Town. It’s close to all the main attractions, the sea, a great wine bar, and great dining.

What is the best area to stay for nightlife in Dubrovnik?

Old Town, Gruž, Lapad

What is the best area to stay for a local vibe in Dubrovnik?


What is the best area to stay for families in Dubrovnik?

Laplad – you’ll be close to the beaches and dining. You can easily get to other areas of Dubrovnik.

Can you walk from Laplad to Old Town Dubrovnik?

Laplad is about 4 km away from Old Town. If you are up for a 45-minute walk, it’s totally doable. Otherwise, some buses will have you there in 15 minutes.

Is it safe to walk around Dubrovnik?

Yes! Violent crime is incredibly rare, and police are always out and about, making walking relatively safe, even at nighttime. 

How many days are enough in Dubrovnik?

Two days will allow you to see the main sights and get a feel for the city, but if you’ve got time, 3-5 is ideal.

Where Is Dubrovnik

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You can travel to Dubrovnik with Croatia Airlines from many of Croatia’s cities. If you are coming by car, don’t forget your passport as you’ll need to pass through Bosnia-Herzegovina and cross the border.

How Long To Stay In Dubrovnik

Yikes, deciding on how long to stay in Dubrovnik is hard. You can see the Old Town highlights in one day, but then you need a few more to dig deeper – and then another few days to head to Cavtat, Ston, and other worthy places near Dubrovnik.

To be safe, stay at least three nights!

Dubrovnik Beaches

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The beauty of Dubrovnik is that it combines many different things to do. Great restaurants dot the entire town, while fantastic beaches line the coast. Of course, the charming and gorgeous Old Town is justifiably the best as it is filled with ochre-colored buildings and narrow alleyways.


Transport In Dubrovnik

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Rent A Car Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik holidays don’t always require a car, given that so much can be seen on foot or by bus. However, because there are so many day trips that can be started in Dubrovnik, renting a car is a great way to see places like Mostar, which is just two hours away.

Dubrovnik Private Transfers

Contact Octopus Transfers below for great rates from Dubrovnik to many destinations around Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Montenegro.

How To Get From Dubrovnik To Split

City breaks to Dubrovnik are becoming ever more popular thanks to so many cheap flights to Dubrovnik. You can even fly to Dubrovnik Airport from Split. However, Dubrovnik is not all there is to see in Croatia. Drive further north, and you’ll reach Split.

So, what is the best way to get to Split? The bus is the most popular method to get from Dubrovnik to Split. Travel times are in the region of four and a half hours. Prices are approximately 20 euros one way.


Comments (54)

  1. Hi Sj!! I don’t know why I haven’t found your blog before… It looks amazingly beautiful and the best thing is that it is all about Croatia, a country I love very much! I certainly will stop by here more often :)
    Hugs from freezing Germany!

    1. Ohh thanks so much! Its freezing here today as well. The fire is burning, and I am all rugged up. So glad you love Croatia too!

      1. You’re welcome Sj, thank you for the attention too :)
        Ohh my, I hope you get warm and cosy there… fire burning sounds cosy!
        Yes I love Croatia! I have been to Pula and Krk Island before, there are still lots of places I hope to visit there :)

  2. Nice post!
    We are going to bookmark this site and when we are in Croatia, this will be our guide. Such a great reference!
    Thanks again

  3. Thanx for the article it will surely help me a lot in my solo trip.
    Too much excited. Thanx for sharing and keep Travelling.
    Happy New Year.

    1. You are so welcome and Happy New Year to you also – enjoy your solo travels. Here is some more info that may help you.

  4. The Celenga Apartments in the old city of Dubrovnik are wonderful. I highly recommend them and if you want to stay during high season, make your reservations early. It is quiet, modern, close to everything and the people running it are very helpful and friendly.

  5. I’m going to visit Dubrovnik this summer. Can anyone personally recommend one of these or another place?

    1. I stayed at the Hilton a few years ago and everything was great, zero complaints. The staff were also really nice and very helpful. Highly recommend.

  6. Usually bed and breakfasts and private apartments offer better value in Croatia…If you can rent your own flat, I’d do that..check listings in whichever town you’re visiting..

  7. I worked there and is the only hotel I would recommend. Note that rooms on level 2 are smoking (they were not sure if that policy has changed).

  8. Sound like the hotels is awesome. I’m gonna find a way to visit Dubrovnik, I love to visit this place ever since I first heard it. Thanks for the information. It really a big help.

  9. Thanks for sharing this, SJ. I am just working on my itinerary for Croatia and your blog post comes in very handy. Lots of useful information on your website about all these places I’d love to visit. Will go there in 10 days! Yay!

  10. This popped up on my feed this morning and reminded me that I must do a review for your amazing company… its hard to believe but its almost been a year since our amazing trip to Croatia… this picture filled me with happiness… one of the most cherished memories I will ever have <3

  11. Hands down Royal Princess. We loved it, summer ’15. Kid friendly, gorgeous views, solid suites and I was impressed with the service. Awesome pools and Water front bar. Great walk to Lapad.

  12. Wow! What a detailed and helpful list of places to stay in Dubrovnik. Well done.

  13. Thank you chasing the donkey for all this awesome information, it has helped me heaps. I have a list of a few hotels from here, will now check out airbnb. Off to Croatia in September and can’t wait. Exciting, all the way from New Zealand.

  14. Beautiful blog post. The way the blog is represented with pictures of the places you traveled is really mesmerizing. Thank you for sharing this blog. Impressive writing. You have the power to keep the reader occupied with your quality content and style of writing. Really loved reading this post and the pictures were awesome.

  15. Nice info. This is very impressive, very useful information. it clarified things a lot for us. Thankss fror sharinga valuable tips.

  16. Cheers for Sharing this Info! I love how you have included accomodation for a range of budgets, but some of those five star resorts looks incredible!

  17. As a local I can say that this article is good, but the best area to stay in and around Dubrovnik is the village of Mlini.
    This is only a few miles from the city center with great taxi boat and bus connections with the Dubrovnik center.
    The center is totally overcrowded at times, and in Mlini you are surrounded with beaches and peace, yet, Dubrovnik is only 15 minutes away.

    1. Hello Milan,
      Thanks for sharing the local tips. I am thinking about staying in Brsecin. Is it too far from the Old Town? Half the time we want peace and small town charms, the other half prefer a bit of actions, stepping out to eat or sightseeing. We definitely don’t like party or loud crowds. What are your thoughts?

  18. Thanks for sharing this guide, I really want to visit Dubrovnik and the hotels in the Old Town look great.

  19. I have looked at your information but I am still confused as to what place in Dubrovnik is best to stay and need to know please.
    We are looking for a three bedroom villa with swimming pool and not too many steps to go up to please.

  20. Hi
    I just spent 10 days here and I guess I don’t get it. Fun maybe for 3 days but more is totally not worth it. Also the town is super expensive for what you get. The whole town is either a hotel, an airbnb rental, or restaurant. All the local people have left and it is just a tourist town with no soul left. So if you want to meet other tourists than by all means come but locals don’t live here anymore. This is how over tourism can ruin a once beautiful city and turn it into nothing. Sort of the same thing Venice did by allowing huge cruise ships to dock and unload thousands of people in a day. Most of the stuff you can buy is not local and made in China. No thank you. So if you like architecture and viewing some churches and monasteries that is about the only authentic thing left in Dubrovnik. I would have passed if I had known this to begin with.

  21. Thanks for this nice information this will really help me for my next tour in dubrovnik

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