Concierge.com's insider take:
Opposite Gundulic Square, this 18th-century stone-and-marble Baroque mini-palace is the only deluxe hotel in the Old Town. And it is indeed very deluxe, with its columns and arches, high-beamed ceilings, dark oak parquet floors, and antique furniture. The 19 rooms are stuffed with amenities you can't take for granted round here—satellite TV, DVD player, CD and DVD libraries, minibar, individual AC, Bulgari products, loofahs, robes, and slippers in the bathrooms—and there's 24-hour room service plus two cars and a yacht you can charter for picnics and trips. A brasserie called Café Royal has a terrace on Gundulic Square, and there's another restaurant plus a wine bar. You'll have to live without a gym and pool, but the private beach is just a ten-minute stroll away. The only problem with Pucić Palace is that the rates are two or three times higher than those anywhere else.
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