Indeed a 5 star hotel. We were upgraded to an executive suite (living room, bedroom, 2 bathrooms and balcony)! Hotel is located on seafront with all rooms having a balcony overlooking the sea. Great indoor pool and spa. Outdoor pool a bit too cold to swim in during March (low season). Only 1 out the 4 restaurants open in low season but good local restaurants (Pantarul 5 mins walk - number 1 on trip advisor) and a 10 min bus ride to centre (bus stop next to hotel). Hotel organised day trip to Montenegro. Would highly recommend hotel if visiting Dubrovnik.
Traveller from London
Nestled on the beach, this Lapad hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Lapad Beach, Onofrio's Fountain, and Franciscan Monastery …More
From the moment we arrived, we knew that this was going to be an enjoyable stay. Very helpful and friendly reception staff checked us in and then showed us to our room on the 1st floor. As this hotel is built into a cliff you go down to your rooms.
Breakfast is a cold buffet style for meats, cheeses, fruits etc, however hot options are cooked freshly to order and a good selection is available.
Spotless rooms with wonderful views over the bay and we spent a very pleasant morning down by the beach, where we asked if it was possible to have some chairs as it was out of season. This was arranged by the staff within 30 minutes and the person who brought them for us apologised for the delay which was not at all necessary as they were going out of their way to help make our stay more enjoyable.
We couldn't fault this hotel and would definitely stay here again.
Traveller from Aberdeen, Scotland
The Bellevue Hotel sits atop a living rock overlooking the beach and the Adriatic Sea, within walking distance of the Old …More
The hotel itself is very nice, the staff was great. The restaurant downstairs is very, very good (we shared multiple appetizers and ordered room service later in the week.) The location is a bit out of the way, but it's certainly walkable to the harbor/palace (otherwise the taxi drivers get very "creative" with their routes, to the tune of 80-90 kuna.) Any request we had was attended to almost immediately as well.
Traveller from Tampa, FL
Situated in a shopping district, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Strossmayer Park, Diocletian's Palace, and …More
From the first moment I arrived to the last goodbye at the door, the hotel was everything I wanted in a weekend haven: well appointed, clean, peaceful, perfectly located, with some really helpful and friendly staff. I will come back.
Located in Split Old Town, this boutique hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Fish Market, Diocletian's Palace, and Cathedral …More
Great hotel easy walk from ferry and to main historic and shopping area. We had a free upgrade to a suite which was awesome best room we have ever stayed in. Made the whole experience memorable thank you. Loved Split, it was a surprise we had only stayed a day to connect with a flight and were unaware of its beauty and history. Stay longer.
Traveller from Melbourne Aust
Located in the heart of Split, this boutique hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Natural History Museum, Diocletian's Palace …More
We pick this hotel via Expedia for a week away in the October half term. We were travelling with three kids (8, 5 & 2 years old). The room was excellent with a queen bed for mum and dad, and a separate room with bunk beds for the two older boys and a cot for the little one. We also had a balcony and lounge area. We went all inclusive. Food was very good with plenty of choice. Free flowing beer, wine with meals and in addition some cocktails (from the bar area). There was a good soft play area for the kids (next to the bar ;-). Two pools (one heated) and a water slide. There is a beach next to the hotel and an outdoor play area. There are tennis courts and a gym (we did not take our kit so did not try - but looks very good). We spend most of the day in and around the hotel. We took a land train to Zadar one day (60 kuna one year for our family). There are excursions available if you want to do more. We flew with Ryanair from Manchester. From the airport there is a shuttle bus (25 kunas for the adults - kids free) which take you 5-6km from the hotel - we then took a taxi - 60 kunas. On the way back we ordered a taxi from the hotel - due to the size of the family it was 300 kuna's (i.e. we had a van). Overall we had a fantastic week away - very relaxing and for the price we paid very good value. Would recommend especially for those families with larger families (there was a number of families with three kids on holiday with us).
Traveller from Staffordshire
Nestled on the beach, this Zadar hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Port Gate, National Museum Zadar, and Archeological Museum …More