Cheap Hotels in Dubrovnik
Guest House Dino and Jele offer accommodation with sea views and free Wi-Fi in the centre of historic Dubrovnik. It includes free air conditioning and a shuttle service for a charge. It is a 10-minute walk from the beach.#CheckinPolicy 14:00:00,CheckoutPolicy 12:00:00,AmenityInformation Additional amenities: Heating, Garden, Patio, Pets Not Allowed, Beach/pool towels, English.,
Located in the Gruž area of Dubrovnik, with the UNESCO-protected Old Town at a distance of 1.5 km, Apartments and Rooms Radic offers air-conditioned accommodation with free WiFi.#
Near Red History Museum
Located 500 metres from a beach, Studios Maslac is 3.5 km from the UNESCO-listed Old Town of Dubrovnik. It offers air-conditioned studios with free Wi-Fi access. All studios feature satellite TV and a kitchenette. Featuring a shower, private bathrooms also come with towels. At Studios Maslac you will also find a garden and a terrace. There is a common washing machine at guests' disposal free of charge. A local bus stop is 100 metres away. The nearest grocery store is 500 meters away, as well as a restaurant. Dubrovnik Bus Station and Port can be found 2.5 km from the Studios Maslac. Dubrovnik Airport is 23 km away and shuttle service is available.
Kazo Apartments is located close to the Old Town of Dubrovnik, just 100 meters away from restaurants, galleries and all the historic sites. The property offers air-conditioned rooms and free Wi-Fi. Banja Beach is just 300 metres away. Rooms at the Kazo feature a desk, a wardrobe and a seating area. Some rooms have a private bathroom, while others have access to shared bathroom facilities. Guests can use the shared kitchen and a living room with a TV. Galleries, museums, shops, restaurants and coffee bars can all be found within 300 metres. A bakery and two grocery shops can be found within walking distance. A bus stop can be found 100 metres from Apartments Kazo, while Dubrovnik Airport is 20 km away. Owners offer airport shuttle service for an additional cost.
Apartments Imperijal Dubrovnik is quietly set in a green area of Dubrovnik, a 10-minute walk from the historic centre. 500 metres from the Adriatic Sea, it features free Wi-Fi and a terrace with barbecue facilities. The apartments comprise air-conditioning, balcony with sea views, satellite TV and a kitchen. The rooms offer a terrace and a shared bathroom. The UNESCO-protected Old Town offers various restaurants,cafés and numerous sights. Some of them are the Town Walls, Stradun Promenade and Onofrio's Fountain. Hiking trails start 30 metres from the property. Banje, Dubrovnik's most popular pebbly beach, is 700 metres away. Cable car with panoramic views of the surrounding islands is within an 8-minute walk. A bus stop is at a distance of 50 metres. Dubrovnik Bus Station and Ferry Port are 2.3 km away. Dubrovnik International Airport can be reached within 20 km from the Imperijal.
Apartments Imperial offers air-conditioned accommodation with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV with a DVD player. UNESCO-protected Old Town can be reached in a 5-minute walk down the steps, and the nearest beach is 500 metres away.#Please inform Apartments Imperial in advance of your expected arrival time. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly with the contact details provided in your confirmation.
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Hotels in Dubrovnik
This remarkable medieval coastal city is one of the most photogenic holiday destinations in the Mediterranean, and has attracted many international visitors in recent years.
In fact, the Old City of Dubrovnik, dubbed the 'Pearl of the Adriatic', has earned a place on the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage Site list, which has helped it to secure significant funding to restore and retain its Gothic and Baroque charm.
A cathedral has existed at this site for more than 1, 400 years, although the present structure was built after the earthquake of 1667, which devastated the earlier Romanesque church that had stood before. This building is a very fine example of Croatian Baroque architecture, and still preserves some of the remnants of the former medieval churches.
One of the most picturesque streets in the city, Stradun street, also known as Placa, was formed in the 11th century, when a channel separating Croatian-Slav and Roman-Greek settlements was filled, eventually merging into one settlement surrounded by a city wall. Today, this road is lined by rows of attractive Baroque stone houses, and holds many important feasts and parades throughout the year.
The walls of Dubrovnik
Originally built in the early Middle Ages, the walls of Dubrovnik are among the best-maintained medieval wall systems in Europe, having never been destroyed by foreign invaders. The walls, which extend for almost two kilometres around the Old City, were strengthened after the Middle Ages, and are regularly open to the public
The island of Lokrum
Just a 15-minute journey from Dubrovnik via taxi-boat, Lokrum is a breathtaking wilderness that is less than a mile in width and is renowned for its salt lake, an ideal spot for swimming. The island is also known for its Benedictine monastery, which dates back to the Middle Ages, and overlooks numerous pristine, relatively secluded sandy beaches.
Exhibition venues in the city
Learn about the city's maritime past by visiting the Maritime Museum, see the formidable Cultural Historical Museum at the Rectors Palace, or visit the fascinating Rupe Ethnographic Museum, housed in a 16th-century granary.
One of the best-rated Dubrovnik hotels is the Valamar Dubrovnik President Hotel, which offers chic accommodation and wonderful views of the Adriatic. Other sought-after places to stay in the city include the very romantic Hotel More, the exquisite Royal Princess Hotel, and the elegant, affordable Valamar Club Dubrovnik.
Dine at the Pantarul restaurant for some wonderful Croatian and other Mediterranean recipes, or try the Villa Ruza Restaurant & Lounge Bar for other delectable local and Mediterranean seafood recipes. The Azur Dubrovnik, meanwhile, provides divine Asian and Mediterranean fusion dishes, while the Otto Taverna offers more tantalising international flavours.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Dubrovnik
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Dubrovnik?Villa Filaus, Dubrovnik Old Port Accommodation and Apartments Marieta are some of the popular hotels in Dubrovnik.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Dubrovnik?Dino And Jele Apartments in Dubrovnik offers one night in a double room at the price of £20.
What hotels are in the central Dubrovnik neighborhood?Apartments Vanessa, Studios Heliva and Apartment Purple Magic are located in the central neighborhood of Dubrovnik.
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