This hotel is ingrained in the Dubrovnik landscape, both physically and culturally. The 14 floors of terraces dramatically stagger down a steep hillside toward...more
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...more
The Bellevue, which opened in 2006, lives up to its name: Each of the 93 rooms has a view of the Adriatic. Though it's more middle-of-the-road than luxury (like...more
Inside Old Town, you rarely see the sea, and it's hard to grasp the fortified walls' dramatic immensity. Which brings us to the Grand Villa Argentina: a very...more
With a $50 million renovation and a spring 2004 ceremonial opening by the president, this small village of a hotel (and don't forget the Conference Centre...more
This is the newest (2003) and most dramatic project from a hotel chain called Maestral with ambitions to revolutionize the Croatian resort scene. Don't...more
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. And thankfully,...more
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