Where to stay in Dubrovnik
Where to stay in Dubrovnik
When you come to Croatia for your very own Game of Thrones tour, one of the biggest questions you will have is where to stay. Of course, you are going to hire the greatest tour group here, Tour the Game of Thrones but navigating everything else can be a challenge. We have put together some ideas for you when you start planning your trip. There is so much to see and do here, you don’t want to miss a thing!
We put together a small list of hotels that would be wonderful choices during your visit to Dubrovnik. They are located close to where our tours meet. U.S. News and World Report ranks the best hotels in Dubrovnik based on an analysis of industry awards, hotel star ratings, and user ratings.
Hotel More is idyllically located right on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea. The views from this hotel are unforgettable, especially at sunset. Booking an ocean view room is essential for the best experience. The Restaurant More, which serves Croatian and Mediterranean cuisine, is not to be passed up. The Cave Bar More, which is set in an actual cave beneath the hotel, is a must see. There is a spa, a pool and a small beach but you can also lounge on the cliffs with a designated swimming area in the water below. Hotel More is located two miles north of Dubrovnik’s city center.
Grand Villa Argentina
This five-star hotel was renovated in 2002 and has everything you need. You can relax under umbrellas by the seasonal outdoor saltwater pool or at the resort’s direct access private beach. Grand Villa Argentina has two restaurants serving Croatian, Mediterranean and International dishes.
Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik
Set along the shores of the Adriatic Sea and a short walk from Dubrovnik’s Old Town, the Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik is within the vicinity of numerous attractions, restaurants, and shops. One highlight is that this is a Hilton property so if you are a Hilton Honors member, you can accrue or redeem points when you stay here.
Villa Dubrovnik lies right on the edge of the Adriatic Sea, tucked between two coastal cliffs and is about three miles southeast of the city center. There are views of the sea, Dubrovnik’s Old Town and Lokrum Island. All rooms offer views of the water and have a balcony. There is an indoor swimming pool, a private beach and a seasonal, Venetian-style boat that takes guests into Old Town.
Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik
This boutique property features just 91 guest rooms and suites. All rooms overlook the Adriatic Sea and some have balconies or terraces. One of Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik’s standout features is its private pebble beach. It also has a prime location. Most of Dubrovnik’s top attractions, including Dubrovnik Cathedral and Rector’s Palace are a mile away in the city’s Old Town area.