Dubrovnik’s hotels are mainly located outside of its city walls, while the old town offers plenty of apartments to stay at. If you are looking for beautiful and modern hotels in Dubrovnik old town, look no further! This post provides all the gorgeous Dubrovnik hotels situated in its UNESCO World Heritage protected walls. Whether you are looking for a luxury, quiet boutique, or budget-friendly option, all of them are here.
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The Pucic Palace
Housed in an 18th-century baroque building, this 5-star hotel in Dubrovnik old town combines modern design with stone walls. Guests who stay here have exclusive and complimentary access to Banje Beach with parasol, sun lounger, and beach towels provided.
With a restaurant and a wine bar, you can enjoy delicious local and international meals paired with fine Croatian wines. Hotels terrace offers spectacular views, and the restaurant here serves Mediterranean cuisine.
One of the elegantly designed hotels in Dubrovnik old town, this 4-star venue situated near the Pile Gate features antique-like furniture, well-equipped rooms, and proximity to Dubrovnik’s main attractions, its beaches. From here, you can also easily wander outside of old town Dubrovnik and explore its other parts.
This hotel in Dubrovnik old town offers individually designed rooms that recreate the 16th-century architecture. Their brightly decorated rooms alternate between Baroque and modern. Well-equipped rooms come with a private balcony and gorgeous views of the city.
Situated 50 meters from Stradun Promenade, it is also close to one of Dubrovnik’s pebbly beaches. The hotel also has a bar and a restaurant for you to enjoy local delicacies.
Boutique Hotel Stari Grad
Stari Grad is one of the best hotels in Dubrovnik old town offering eight spacious rooms in its historical building. Fully renovated a couple of years ago, the rooms come with all the necessary amenities.
Breakfast served on the rooftop terrace enables its guests to enjoy panoramic views of the town and the sea. Situated in a quiet street, the hotel is very close to the main sights Dubrovnik has to offer.
Dominus Little Palace
The colorful and modern Dominus Little Palace features a kettle, a TV, air conditioning, and other essential amenities in the rooms. Some even come with seating areas to relax after a long walk within the city.
Like other hotels in Dubrovnik old town, this one is also close to the main sights and the Banje beach.
Situated in the 16th-century building, St. Joseph’s is one of the best hotels in Dubrovnik old town for those who like tastefully decorated venues that align with the cities distinguished history. Rooms here have rain showers, a kitchenette, and other essential amenities to make your stay as comfortable as it can be. The two largest ones have bathtubs and twin sinks.
Guest House Forty-Four
It’s one of the best hotels in Dubrovnik old town to stay in if you are looking for a place with a garden, terrace, and on-site restaurant under one roof. All rooms at the Guest House Forty-Four have a kettle and a desk apart from the usual amenities like Tv and air conditioning. Certain rooms come with a seating area too.
B&B Apartments and Studios Lanii
This budget-friendly B&B hotel in Dubrovnik old town offers elegantly designed rooms with modern furniture and decor items. Located very close to pretty much everything, it’s an excellent choice for those who’d love to be in the center but don’t have the luxury of paying a lot for the accommodation.
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Nestled in a renovated 16-century manor, Scalini Palace is one of the best boutique hotels in Dubrovnik old town but in the style of apartments. The rooms here are modern with sophisticated furniture and have all the necessary equipment one can need during your stay here, including a microwave, kitchenette, kettle, and a stovetop to name just a few. Some rooms even have a private balcony with tables and chairs to enjoy breakfast with stunning views of the old town. Continental breakfast is served in the rooms.
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Prepare for the trip
To ease your travel planning, check out all the posts about Croatia travel. Additionally, here are some of the websites and services I use when preparing for my next adventure anywhere in the world.
- Book affordable flights on Skyscanner, a platform that shows the best routes and flight deals to your destination. There’s a money-back guarantee if you miss the flight!
- Check iVisa to see if you need a tourist visa to visit Croatia, how to apply online if applicable, or where’s the nearest embassy or consulate
- Find budget-friendly deals on all sorts of accommodation types on Booking and Agoda
- Buy the most flexible and budget-friendly travel insurance, SafetyWing, to cover all sorts of health problems on the road
- Book in advance some of the best city walks, cultural experiences, and day tours to maximize your stay and experience here
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