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It was a red-letter day in May 2005 when the early-19th-century Hotel Imperial was reopened, no matter who was responsible for its renovation.
They don't make hotels like this anymore, but they can still renovate them. Full review →
The former Imperial Hotel, just outside the Pile Gate, reopened its doors after a long wait in 2005, as the Hilton Imperial.
When we've had enough of "quaint" and "rustic," in Dalmatia, we head for the Hilton Imperial, the international chain's first hotel in Croatia. Full review →
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
The 147-room Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik is an upscale landmark hotel set in a grand, late-19th-century building on the edge of the city's Old Town. Full review →
Plush rooms, faultless service and the glass-roofed indoor pool are the main attributes.
Built in 1897, this property is in a great location, on a scenic bluff just outside the old city walls, 100 meters from the Pila Gate and near the bus terminal Full review →
The Grand Dame of Dubrovnik hotels. Full review →
Occupying a grand, fin-de-siècle building near the Pile Gate, the Hilton has location without the beachside grace of other five-star venues in town. Full review →
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