Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik

Location: Dalmatian Coast & Islands | Croatia

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

Just above one of the only beaches in Dubrovnik, Hotel Bellevue has the Mediterranean Sea and sandy Miramare Bay to one side and the marble streets and baroque buildings of the city on the other. A sophisticated, modern hotel where everything comes with a sea view and a generous helping of luxury, striking the perfect balance of beach time and urban adventure.
Perfect forAnyone who appreciates their city breaks with a beach bonus.
In the knowJust a few minutes’ walk from the hotel is Velika I Mala Petka, a protected forest park, full of flora and birdlife that make for a nice afternoon’s walk.

Recommended for...

  • Food & Wine
  • History & Heritage
  • Beach
  • City Hotel

Hotel Overview


On a cliff edge overlooking the secluded beach of Miramare Bay, fifteen minutes’ walk from the Old Town and a twenty-minute drive from Dubrovnik airport.

Rooms at Hotel Bellevue

All 91 rooms have views of the sea, most with their own balcony, and are decorated in neutral tones and olive-wood furnishings, with local artists’ work as a recurring theme throughout the hotel. Marble bathrooms are supplied with L’Occitane products for your use.

Food and Facilities

Select Dalmatian and Mediterranean dishes are served at fine-dining restaurant Vapor, named as one of the country’s best while Nevera Beach Restaurant offers a less formal atmosphere with the option of a terrace table looking out over the sea or a in a man-made cave converted into a unique dining room. Sip a cocktail at the hotel’s Spice Lounge with its quirky centrepiece of a glass-enclosed palm tree. The Bellevue has an indoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi whirlpool and an Energy Clinic spa, as well as a fitness studio.

Activities at Hotel Bellevue

Take a stroll around the ancient city walls, tour the architectural and cultural centre of the old city, catch some outdoor jazz at the famous Troubador or take a boat trip to the island of Lokrum with its former monastery, unique botanical gardens and walking routes.

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