HOTELS & VILLAS IN DUBROVNIK
Dubrovnik Luxury Travel has exclusive access to hotels and luxury villas at some of Croatia’s hotspots. Dubrovnik has a long-standing tradition of five star hotels. The first five star hotel, Imperial, opened its door back in 1898. One of its regular guests was George Bernard Shaw. In the 60’s, the Dubrovnik Riviera recognised the necessity of converting its villas to hotels; and thus Grand Villa Argentina and the new annex building to Excelsior were born. Today, Dubrovnik boasts 11 luxury hotels together with five international chains and the trend is rising. Present Hotel Groups so far are Adriatic Luxury Hotels, Hilton, Importanne, Radisson and Rixos, this last one being a member of the Global Hotel Alliance, the world’s best known luxury brand reward scheme. Dubrovnik Luxury Travel has exclusive access to these hotels and, in particular, we have developed an excellent working relationship with Adriatic Luxury Hotels who also offer luxury villas at some of Croatia’s hotspots. Our luxury concierge service can secure booking with any of these chains and we can find you villas across the Adriatic coast to suit your luxury lifestyle. Dubrovnik Luxury Travel’s individual approach means we go that extra mile to secure your booking.
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A stay at Villa Dubrovnik is an experience like no other. When you wake up in this incredibly positioned villa with magical panoramic views over to the prestigious town of Dubrovnik, with the sounds of the waves crashing below you, it genuinely feels like your own piece of paradise.
Grand Villa Argentina is Dubrovnik’s traditional luxury address, combining exclusivity and attention to detail with spectacular views of the sea, backdropped by pine tree-clad mountains. This five-star hotel in Dubrovnik has a regal, old-world charm. Just minutes from the Old Town.
Formerly the residence of Sir Arthur Evans (from 1875 to 1882) – a famous archaeologist, the villa was recently refurbished to a level of highest luxury, while keeping a contemporary Mediterranean feel with rustic wooden doors and timber ceiling beams. It is decorated with antique details.
The Grand Villa Argentina is Dubrovnik’s traditional luxury address, combining exclusivity and attention to detail with spectacular views of the sea and pine tree-clad mountains. Once a gilded private residence, Grand Villa Argentina was converted into a hotel complex in the 1950s.
Built in the 1939, this boutique five-star hotel in Dubrovnik was completely restored and refurbiished for it’s grand opening in spring 2012. Villa Orsula’s gracious stone architecture is inspired by Mediterranean tradition. Villa Orsula introduces a touch of Dubrovnik’s historical magnifificence.
The villa consists of 450 m2 and auxiliary building and garage on a plot of approx. 1,800 m2. The entrance and lobby of 20 m2 and the ground floor is a kitchen connected to the dining hall for a total of 100 m2 two bedrooms with a bathroom of 25 m2 and 20 m2 of office that can be used as a bedroom.
The Villa Gracia is situated only a few minutes away from the Old Town and it will take you a few minutes of walking through the forest park to reach the nearby beach of Danče. With its charm, it will introduce you to the very heart of Dubrovnik.
Villa Victoria is located in Dubrovnik’s most elite and private residential neighborhood in walking distance from the historic old city of Dubrovnik.Overlooking the Adriatic sea, beautiful island Lokrum and historic old city,is ideal place for relaxing and exploring the beauties of Dubrovnik.
Nestled away in the lush green Konavle countryside, hidden away from the hustle and bustle of modern life, lies the beautiful Villa Theodora.
As you enter the villa through the impressive courtyard area it seems that time stopped centuries ago.
Surrounded by ancient olive trees, impressive palms, thick laurel shrubs and citrus trees on the crystal clear Adriatic Sea lies the luxury Villa Frances. Seemingly a million miles away from the city and yet surprisingly close by, Villa Frances offers guests the perfect opportunity for a relaxed break.
Since opening in 1913, the Excelsior has become an iconic landmark among the five-star hotels in Dubrovnik. This time-honoured building – a blend of old and new – is uniquely located on a cliffside, with magnificent views from every floor, over to the island of Lokrum and the Old Town.
Celebrated as “Europe’s finest five-star resort” in 2011, Hotel Dubrovnik Palace, with its superb conference center and spa facilities, was also a proud holder of World Travel Awards’ – “Croatia’s Leading Hotel” and “Croatia’s Leading Spa Resort” awards in two consecutive years.
Hotel Bellevue was proclaimed one of “Europe’s coolest new hotels” by the British daily newspaper The Sunday Times. Rooms are minimalist and elegant, but do not compromise on supreme comfort and luxurious amenities. The hotel has 91 sea-view rooms and suites.