This luxury hotel has a great dining scene and a spot on the beach. It’s even got a casino.
Tiered into a cliffside, this contemporary hotel gets panoramic views across the Adriatic Sea. It’s right on a rocky beach with bathing platforms. And just above the beach you’ll find a big pool and a huge spa.
The hotel has three restaurants, with special mention going to the seafood place. It also has the only casino in town. Dubrovnik’s Old Town is about a 20-minute walk away.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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The main pool is terraced into the hillside overlooking the Adriatic and a spacious sun deck with sunbeds and parasols. Open from mid-May.
Even though you're inside, the ceiling-to-floor windows give you panoramic views.
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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These stylish double rooms offer plenty of space and natural light. You'll also find free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, a minibar, and a flatscreen TV included.
Superior Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony
These spacious, superior twin rooms come with a balcony that overlooks the ocean. They have an extra bed that's suitable for a child. Plus you'll also find free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, a minibar, and a flatscreen TV included.
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Great experience/ great service
Very nicely located, the hotel has wonderful views and very helping and nice staff. If you are tired it's totally worth it the spa and there I will make a special mention to Jagoda that is wonderful therapist. More
Guillermo G, 312578
We were in contact by email with Dijana Lasic, assistant front office manager. She was extremely helpful and quick to respond to our inquiries. When we arrived she had set up a complimentary bottle of vino Spumante on ice and a plate of fruit as she knew we were celebrating my wife's birthday. The place has a great layout. The pool and pool area are nice and comfortable plenty of space but it does get full. They have stairs down to the ocean. Saw many people jumping of the wall in the pool area down into the ocean. The room was very spacious, especially for the Dubrovnik area with plenty of room, a nice balcony with a great view. The daily breakfast buffet very good quality with plenty of choices. Had fantastic dinner at Azzur fish restaurant, our server Jordan was amazing as was all the staff we encountered. Location is a little under 2km from old town which was great as we did I not have to deal with the craziness that is the area around old town. We walked to old town without a problem every day which took about 15 minutes but we also used the public bus one evening which took 5 minutes. Without hesitation this is where we would stay if we return to Dubrovnik. More
Luis E, 32992
Best of Both Worlds
The city of Dubrovnik, enclosed within the old city walls, is very beautiful but it can get quite congested in the narrow cobbled streets. By contrast, a mere 20 minutes walk from Pile Gate, the Rixos Libertas Hotel is your escape to the peaceful sounds of the Adriatic sea lapping against the rocks. The hotel is set into the cliffside, with truly amazing views.The lobby opens out to the street and car park, while most rooms are on floors below the lobby that face the sea, like steps going down to the shore. Good reviews led me to choose this hotel, and I was very pleased that I had done so. Taking a fresh peach from the breakfast buffet to eat back on the room balcony, with the sweet juice dripping down your chin as you look out at the shimmering waters of the sea is an experience to enjoy. Some reviews claim that ALL rooms have sea views, that isn't true, but most of them do. The hotel is west facing, so room balconies with sea views get morning sun. There is ample space to sunbathe in the outdoor pool area. Some balconies get more sun than others, so if this is your priority be sure to specify it when booking. Shaded balconies can be a welcome respite from the heat for some, however, and a gentle sea breeze makes it easier to tolerate long spells in the sun. With chairs, the room balconies are glorious, if they had sun loungers they would be paradise. We booked two superior rooms with sea views, the rooms are spacious and clean. A welcome plate of fruit was in one room, but not the other. The mini bar is well stocked, and bottles of water left in the room outside the minibar, are complimentary. Issues related to severe storms while we were there led to moves from both rooms. One room change was to a spa suite, so the comparisons were interesting. The superior rooms have very useful tiny LED reading lights by the bed, bizarrely the suite didn't have these. Bathroom supplies generally are good and plentiful, cotton buds and pads, nail files, disposable razor etc. In the suite, L'Occittane products were provided, much better than what was available in the superior room. Previous reviews had mentioned stains on some bathroom floors, but I scrubbed at these to see if it was poor cleaning and came to the conclusion that it is damage to the tiles. Despite appearances in photos of Superior rooms, the shower area isn't visible from the bedroom although there is no bathroom door, just a door into the toilet. The shower is over the bath in the superior room, in the spa suite there is a separate shower room and a jacuzzi bath. Layout and size can differ from room to room in each grade of room, so if you have preferences then state them when booking. There is a playroom for young children on the floor below the lobby, and a few shops within the hotel. A small supermarket is a short distance to the left as you leave the hotel. As for food and drink, the bar only stocks a limited selection of local wines and has no sommelier to advise on suitable choices. Most restaurants in Dubrovnik only stock local wines, but well-known brands of spirits and liquers are usually available. The breakfast buffet is well laid out, with a large range of options. Sausages are similar to hot dogs, I would like to see the local skinless beef sausages, Cevapi available instead. They are delicious. Everything from fresh fruit, cereals, waffles, cold meats, eggs, pastries, and drinks including bubbly, are available for breakfast. The staff were attentive, and very helpful. I must mention Ivana. Having studied Joyce, she had a particular welcome for us Irish guests. Despite some reviews to the contrary, we found the staff to be an asset in this hotel, any issues brought to their attention were dealt with promptly. Complaints of slow service may be down to the fact that service in all cafes and restaurants we found was slower than we are used to, but that reflects the calmer pace of life here. We had one of the hotels themed buffet dinners, which were good value compared to the old city where prices were often surprisingly high. Unlike at breakfast, drinks are not included in the buffet dinners. At lunchtime, bar food is limited in choice in the hotel, and expensive. The poolside bar has a bigger range, but if you only want a light snack you won't get sandwiches. I loved this hotel. Was it perfect? No, but when I noticed some other guests peering down to take pictures of small cracks in tiles and other perceived flaws, I much preferred to look out at the truly amazing views outside. While in Dubrovnik I checked out other hotels that I had considered when planning our holiday, and I didn't regret my choice. Babin Kuk and Lapad are further out of town, and Babin Kuk is mainly a complex of hotels. Lapad is more touristy. The area surrounding the Rixos Libertas is quiet, but this is why I called it the best of both worlds. After evenings spent in the old town, it was an easy and pleasant walk back to the hotel and a peaceful nights sleep.More
Bernadette K, 186605
Gem of Dubrovnik!!!
The location, closeness to Old Town-15 min walking distance, the Atrium Lobby with stunning view of Adriatic, beach facilities, culinary choices of local and international cuisine, quality of service and the hospitality of the staff made our stay an unforgettable one...Would definitely recommend this luxurious hotel to all Dubrovnik travelers and looking forward to stay here again...Thanks to all great team and the management...More
Could be excellent with a few tweaks
There are some really excellent points to this hotel and also some points which could be improved upon. Let me start with the positives. Very clean and modern everywhere. Amazing pool area which goes straight into the sea. Exceptional spa. I mean truly exceptional. Beautiful breakfast. Good rooms. Good location. Nice touches such as towels at the pool and spa, freebies in the rooms etc. Negatives. Could be better aircon in the rooms. There are some areas which need fixing such as the steps to the sea where some of the covering has come away. The service is a little disjointed. You sometimes have to tell the staff what you need. Better training needed here. Example is the pool side bar. No snacks or lunch available on sundays. Overall a lovely hotel which could be excellent with a few touches. More
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