Karmen Apartments vs Hotel Stari Grad

Both hotels are praised by professionals. On balance, Hotel Stari Grad ranks marginally higher than Karmen Apartments. Hotel Stari Grad comes in at #8 in Dubrovnik with accolades from 8 sources like Rough Guide, Frommer's and Time Out.

Karmen Apartments
8 / 10
Bandureva 1, Dubrovnik 20 000, Croatia
From $25 /night
  • Free Internet
  • Kitchenette
  • Air Conditioning
  • Baggage storage
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Safe
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"An excellent budget choice in the Old Town, these homey, light, and airy apartments look directly onto the fishing boats in the old harbor." Full review
Time Out
"Four comfortable year-round apartments at affordable prices not five minutes’ walk from the old port." Full review
"The four-room Karmen Apartments is a value property with an excellent Old Town location and lots of charm." Full review
The Telegraph
"Overlooking the harbour in Dubrovnik's Old Town, these homely self-catering apartments offer Bohemian décor with an eclectic mix of antiques, quirky bric-a-brac, floral fabrics and modern art." Full review
Afar Magazine
"Ultra-friendly Marc van Bloemen’s Old Town inn has four comfortable full-service apartments that will make you feel like Dubrovnik is home" Full review
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Hotel Stari Grad
8 / 10
4 Od Sigurate, Dubrovnik, Croatia
From $125 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Free Breakfast
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
  • Restaurant
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Rough Guide
"Charming Old Town building offering small but atmospheric rooms, all with shower and TV."
"The aristocratic home that has been the tiny Stari Grad since 2002 is also a cultural monument and just one of two hotels within Dubrovnik's walls." Full review
Star Service
"One of only two hotels within the city walls, this tiny boutique property is located in an alleyway just 20 meters from the main street of Placa or Stradun" Full review
Time Out
"Located in a centuries-old stone house, the dinky Stari Grad is a rare find in the Old Town." Full review
"This boutique hotel has become one of the most talked-about places in town. It occupies a renovated 16th-century nobleman's palace."
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