Dubrovnik

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11 reviews
This five-star boutique hotel in the medieval old town of Dubrovnik offers antique furnishings, two motorboats for private excursions and free use of nearby sunbeds at the nearby Banje beach club. — The Telegraph
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14 reviews
This cliffside hotel is a smaller version of its slightly superior sibling Dubrovnik Palace — Star Service
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13 reviews
If you love the elegance and Art Deco opulence of the '20s and '30s, the Excelsior can take you back in time. — Frommer's
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11 reviews
The 56-room Villa Dubrovnik is a luxury boutique with top-class facilities overlooking the pristine Adriatic Sea. — Oyster
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7 reviews
This hotel offers a unique villa experience for guests seeking to blend history and a pinch of luxury into one stay — Star Service
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11 reviews
Newly renovated five-star on a south-facing headland. — Rough Guide
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6 reviews
Ten kilometres north of town, sprawling across the seafront just below the pleasingly rustic village of Orašac, this is a self-contained resort with rocky beach. — Time Out
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8 reviews
Restored to its full 5-star glory, the Argentina is in the district of Ploče (just east of the gate of the same name). Choose a room in the main hotel or in one of four villas. — DK Eyewitness
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8 reviews
Enjoy old-fashioned charm with 21st-century details at this historic hotel in Dubrovnik. — The Telegraph
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6 reviews
You'll have to climb a steep hill to get to this intimate boutique hotel carved into a cliff near the tip of Lapad, but you won't regret the effort. — Frommer's
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10 reviews
This is no bland corporate affair but a sensitive renovation of a grand 19th-century Hapsburg mansion, and located within a few steps of the Pile Gate — Lonely Planet
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5 reviews
Opened in 2007, this lovely aparthotel just across from the main ferry terminal comprises 20 beautiful suites and one apartment, conceived by ex-Sydney restaurateurs Nick and Marija. — Time Out
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6 reviews
Four comfortable year-round apartments at affordable prices not five minutes’ walk from the old port. — Time Out
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5 reviews
Maintenance is a bit shy of its mark, and claims of luxury are a bit farfetched, too. However, a quick look at the tariff card will put most midrange travelers at ease. — Star Service
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6 reviews
The location is pinched between the striking single-pylon Franjo Trudjman Bridge and the cruise ship terminal, a 10-minute bus ride to the old city and most scenic side of the peninsula — Star Service
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4 reviews
One of the best addresses in Dubrovnik, Villa Orsula is everything you would expect of an opulent 1930s Mediterranean villa. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
This family-friendly four-star hotel enjoys stunning sea views from a stunning position amidst lawns, palms and olive trees — The Telegraph
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6 reviews
Minimalist Mediterranean sleep within easy reach of half-moon bays and Dubrovnik, with a seaside swimming pool and rooftop bar — Jetsetter
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3 reviews
Next to Pile Gate, the main entrance to Dubrovnik’s medieval Old Town, MirO comprises six self-catering apartments with slick modern interiors. — The Telegraph
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4 reviews
In the heart of the old town, Amoret offers 11 high-quality renovated studio apartments, all with bathroom and wi-fi... Cooking facilities are kitchenette-style. — Lonely Planet
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