This sophisticated 5-star property is tiered into a cliffside overlooking the Adriatic and connects down to a small rocky beach with bathing platforms. It's about a 20-minute walk from the old town of Dubrovnik, which is set in the next bay along from the hotel.
The hotel itself has just been given a facelift. It's now decorated in calming neutrals and adorned with sleek contemporary furniture. The architects dedicated two stories of the hotel to the wellness centre. This Zen-like retreat features a Turkish hammam and a vitamin bar. As well as the spa, other 5-star accoutrements come courtesy of the in-room plasma TVs and a casino.
Mealtimes centre around the Mozaik buffet restaurant. There are also two à la carte eateries – one International and one seafood – complete with wine sommeliers and executive chefs.
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3 outdoor pools
The main pool is terraced into the hillside overlooking the Adriatic and a spacious sun deck with sunbeds and parasols.
Even though you're inside the full height windows mean the view is still panoramic.
The lobby bar opens out to an enormous terrace, with a view of the neighbouring hillsides and Adriatic that just goes on and on.
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Superb modern hotel
This hotel had everything we wanted - it was spacious, modern and enjoyed fine views out to sea with only 15 minute walk to the Old Town (or 5 min taxi - £5) - buses also were frequent. It is a very iconic hotel especially when looking at it from the coastal path. Excellent dining facilities, world class spa facilities, friendly staff and the only casino in the area. Our room was nice too with spacious balcony, we arrived and had a standard view of the car park side, so paid for a seaview upgrade which was well worth doing ! Everything we required this hotel had.More
Mike W, London, United Kingdom
Excellent first class hotel
A really nice and luxury hotel good located pretty close to the old town. The staff was really polite and helpful. The room was really good with a beautiful view of the sea. The cleaning was also excellent, not to talk about the marvellous breakfast !More
Great location for the old city but needs some renovation
This hotel is good to host meetings. It has ample space on the 9th floor with huge meeting rooms. It is situated in an ideal location for the old city (10-15 minutes walk). Rooms are clean and a good size, but I would not class this hotel as a 5-star hotel, more like a 4-star hotel. I was situated on the 2nd floor, but after two days I requested to move to a higher floor as there is bad smell of the drains, and I could not take it much longer. I was given a room on the 8th floor which was much better. Restaurant is good, with ample food in the buffet. Views are amazing. The hotel is built into the cliff, so all rooms have a sea view. There is no beach, but if you walk to the left of the hotel, there is a path that leads to a beach that is close to another hotel. I do not believe that this beach is owned by the hotel. We swam there and no one said anything. Staff are very friendly. Gym/pool/sauna/steam room are good. However I felt that the hotel could do with some renovation.More
Excellent, and those views!!!
Stayed here for 3 nights as part of a British Airways city break. It was very good value for money, as it was just before the main tourist season begins. Garden view room, so sadly no views out over the bay. Bedrooms.. very large and airy,spotlessly clean, ample wardrobe storage for a week end break,with a safe included. The bathroom had a good monsoon shower as well as a full sized bath, underfloor heating, fluffy soft towels and a make up mirror at a sensible height! Public spaces.... vast. All spotlessly clean, and the outside terrace was comfortable with the most astonishing views out to sea. As it was out of season, the lounges lacked atmosphere. Bar.... very very good cocktails,,,served with bowls of nuts. Dining room, only the main one was open, which served both breakfast and dinner. Of the meals, breakfast was very good, loads of choice and an egg counter. The bacon was the usual overcooked steaky type, and the suasages bland. But loads of fruit, pastries, cold hams and olives etc. Dinner however, was less succesful. Although an ample range, hot food just wasn't hot enough, and lacked any real flavour. Having said that, there was a wide range of different salads,cold fish and meats, and the puds were outstanding. Oddly enough, the waiting staff didn't ask if we wanted wine! Staff, all lovely, helpful and had a great sense of humour. For a 3 day break, this was a fantastic hotel, and although not all facilities were available (no external swimming pool), it also meant we had all of Dubrovnik to explore without the crowds. Nice gentle walk into town, with loads of photo opportunities.More
Not as expected
Well, as I booked the hotel I did not expect it to be this huge. It is very big and unpersonal. But very beautiful and with helpful staff. We got an upgrade when we arrived, which was nice.. but the room was in the 1st floor with a view of an uncut lawn and a fence, then the sea. The room was very pretty, but the bathroom had an open solution with only a flappydoor to the toilet (which is not so comfortable when you are suppose to do your business). The bed in this room were very bad, we both woke up with pain in our backs (and we are 20!). We know our neighbour was a German, because the rooms are very bad isolated, so we heard him pretty clear. It was not hard to hear when the cleaning ladies came in the hall either. The service is very good, fantastic cleaning! The pool and spa section now. The wellness senter where you wandered around on your own, smelled awful. But the facilities were good! Same with the spa treatments, good and relaxing. Ok prices! - The outdoor pool was not filled at our stay, and there were no service outside or bars as promised in the advertisements. They were obviously upgrading the outdoor area, but I think we should've been noticed so we knew what we came to. - And where is the beach? Washed away many years ago. So no beach. Very dissapointed. The signs are still up, and the commercial for it.. but there is no beach. We tried the buffé in the hotel (dinner) and payed 200 kuna each + drinks. We were very dissapointed. No good food, poor choises.. just a bad experience next to the expectations. Again the staff was very helpful and kind. We had a very nice stay otherwise, but I don't think Rixos are the hotelchain for me/us. It was all a bit overdid. More
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