Villa Dubrovnik may only have 56 guest rooms and suites, sat proudly on a rocky outcrop of the coast, but it has everything one could want when looking for a setting simply dripping with style and sophistication. The dining is superb, the finest Mediterranean dishes served with flair and pride in a Michelin-recognised restaurant – the food and drink only matched by the view out to the Adriatic and over the stunning Old Town.
Access the sea directly from the hotel, or swim in the heated pool gazing out to sea, then why not relax with spa treatments or, if feeling more indulgent, a fine wine from the rooftop bar.
It will be hard to leave your hotel, but you really should explore, especially when the hotel team caters sightseeing to individual needs. You may want to go wine tasting, or enjoy a speedboat ride to secluded islands, or take a guided tour of the city’s historic sights. With those choices, there will be much to ponder as you enjoy a nightcap on your private balcony under the warm night sky.