Panoramic views and fine dining in one of Europe’s great old cities.
There are plenty of memorable views during a stay at Villa Dubrovnik. The first ascent in the panoramic glass lift as you arrive, looking out over the Adriatic Ocean. The sight of the turquoise sea as you sip your first glass under the canopied pagoda at the rooftop Prosciutto & Wine bar. The towers of the Old City laid out below you, alongside pine trees and Lokrum Island in the distance, as seen from the Loft Suite. This place leaves an impression.
Each of the rooms and suites is elegantly decorated; think light, airy wood, stone textures, cream loungers and latté fixtures. If you can tear yourself away from the view long enough, take a walk down to the secluded rock shelf beach below, to lounge on bathing platforms above the clear water.
We recommend a trip during the high summer months if you can, to catch a concert or play during Dubrovnik’s Summer Festival. But no matter when you visit, you should definitely take the complimentary Vaporetto speedboat service out for an evening of local dining. That’s not to say the cuisine at Villa Dubrovnik isn’t excellent though: choose from five inhouse bars and restaurants, which often have guest chefs like the two-Michelin starred Andrea Migliaccio.