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The Hotel Dubrovnik Palace, part of Adriatic Luxury Hotels’ ‘Escape Collection’, offers dramatic views over the Adriatic Sea and nearby Elaphiti Islands. The 308-room resort is located on the western coast of the Lapad peninsula where you can explore one of Dubrovnik’s newest residential districts and the hills and woods of Pekta forest park – all within easy reach of the historic Old Town. The resort offers sleek contemporary rooms with panoramic sea views from private balconies, as well as luxurious extras such as interactive TV and 24-hour room service. With indoor and outdoor pool areas, an assortment of restaurant options and an expansive award-winning spa, the hotel offers everything you need for a relaxing and comfortable stay, while staff are happy to help with any additional needs or requests.

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Rooms

Guest rooms are spacious and feature sophisticated modern furnishings in warm woods and tasteful muted fabrics, with floor-to-ceiling glass doors which open onto private balconies and Adriatic Sea views. Modern amenities such as interactive satellite TV, minibar, air conditioning and complimentary Wi-Fi are included, and all rooms have sleek en suite bathrooms. Hotel suites offer additional living space, a second bathroom and large furnished balconies or terraces. The Ambassador and Presidential Suites are situated in a VIP wing with a private entrance.

Location

Curved around the edge of the Lapad peninsula, surrounded by ocean and woodland, Hotel Dubrovnik Palace is just 4.5 km (3 miles) from the historic walls of Dubrovnik Old Town, while offering coastal views and beach access in an up-and-coming district. A number of restaurant and shopping options are located within ten minutes’ walk of the hotel, while the bus station opposite provides a quick ride into town.

The hotel is 22 km (14 miles) from Dubrovnik Airport.

Food and Drink

Dubrovnik Palace offers a variety of dining experiences, all of which come with spectacular ocean views. Try local specialities and classic international dishes at Maslina Tavern, light bites and snacks at the informal Beach Restaurant Ponta, or the buffet breakfast and dinner options at Elafiti. In addition, the hotel has two bars serving a mix of refreshments, snacks and cocktails, as well as a health-focused cafe serving salads and smoothies.

Families

Some of the rooms are interconnecting, and there’s an outdoor children’s pool with sea views. Cots are available on request.

Facilities and Activities

The hotel has two outdoor pools with views of the Elaphiti Islands and an indoor pool in the award-winning rooftop spa area. The spa also offers a steam bath, Finnish sauna, Jacuzzi and a full menu of treatments, along with a well-equipped fitness suite and Relax Zone. If you prefer to exercise outside, there are tennis courts, a PADI diving service and nearby trails for jogging or hiking through the hills of Petka forest park.

Accessibility

The hotel has several rooms for guests with mobility issues, and elevators.

Our opinion

This property is a resort-style hotel with some of the best sea and sunset views available in the Adriatic. The wealth of leisure facilities, sophisticated interiors and helpful staff make it an attractive option.

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