Dubrovnik Palace

Location: Dalmatian Coast & Islands | Croatia

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

Poised on the scenic seafront, between a pine forest and the sapphiric waters of the Lapad peninsula, Hotel Dubrovnik Palace is a water lover’s dream. With three swimming pools, a private beach, fabulous snorkelling and a PADI dive centre, you’re bound to want to try everything on offer. However, throw in the award-winning spa, some leafy coastal trails and a swim-up bar that you could spend days by, and we’re pretty sure you won’t mind taking it easy either.
Perfect forWater babies who want easy access to Dubrovnik while being far enough away to escape the crowds.
In the know
  • Award-winning spa.
  • Excellent facilities.
  • Artworks align the walls by local and national Croatian artists.

Recommended for...

  • History & Heritage
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Setting & Views
  • Beach

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

Located along the coast, just north of central Dubrovnik.

Rooms at Dubrovnik Palace

Abstract wall art, Scandinavian furniture and oceanic décor preside over these sleek rooms. With large beds, light wooden touches and balconies with beautiful views, the Superior Seaview Balcony Rooms are certainly bright and spacious but if you want even more space, 200 sq ft to be precise, and views of the Elaphite Islands then go with the Junior Suite with Balcony Sea View.

Food and drink

By day, lounge around the beach restaurant, soaking up the sun over light salads and tasty pizzas, float over to the swim-up bar and sample a classic cocktail or glass of crisp local wine and when your fingers start to get wrinkly, climb out of the water and head over to the relaxed Maslina Tavern. For a high view on things, take the lift to the Sunset Lounge for an aperitif and round off the evening in the main restaurant, Elafiti, for fresh Mediterranean and Croatian dishes.


Swimming is the major pastime here. There are several outdoor pools, an indoor spa pool, hot tub and steam bath, as well as a private beach within arm’s length. If you like to start your day with a run, there is a well-equipped fitness studio or if you like it au natural, there are great jogging paths in the vicinity.

Activities at Dubrovnik Palace

The Old Town is easily accessible with a local bus line every 20 minutes and only a 10-minute drive away. Relax around the free-form swimming pool or take in the views from the terrace overlooking the Adriatic.
When you are not in the water, the walking and jogging routes in the wooded area behind the hotel are great for exploring in the mornings, the PADI diving centre is the place to be in the afternoon and if you have any time left over, spend it in the serene spa.

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Hotel location

On the Lapad Peninsula, 20 minutes from Dubrovnik’s Old Town.

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