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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Excellent no other word.
As you Walk into the atrium of this hotel one of the most beautiful views of the Adriatic sea hits you. From the welcome from reception staff and helpful advice from the concierge right through to all the people working in the restaurant they all where very professional but also very friendly. The food was great although we only ate there twice due to the amount of choice in Dubrovnik. It's about a 20min walk into the old town. From the pool looking back at the hotel it is not the best looking building but don't let that put you off.More
Peter B, 499567
Nothing to complain. Amazing stay!!!
I spent a week at Rixos and I couldn't be more happy. The location of this hotel is ideal as it's not in old town but close enough (by walking or by bus). Additionally you have access to the beach as the hotel pool area lead up to the beach. The interior and exterior of the hotel are well maintained. But what makes my stay so amazing is the service and the quality of the staff. The resort has everything from hair salon to car rental. Secondly all the staff are professional, friendly and helpful despite the fact that this is a busy season. I want to give a specific shoutout to Ivan who helped arrange my airport pickup (last minute might I add), explained to us the different tour option available and help us settle when our room wasn't ready since we arrived before our check in time. All and all, my stay was beyond my expectations. I hope to return there someday and totally recommend this hotel to everyone looking to visit Dubrovnik. More
We have just returned from a 2 week break at the Rixos Libertas hotel in Dubrovnik. I can't praise this hotel enough. On arrival we were greeted with a glass of champagne each whilst we checked in. Our room wasn't quite ready so we had time to explore the hotel and to grab a drink and a bit of lunch. The first thing that struck us was the beautiful views from the lobby which is located between floors 10 and 11 (most rooms are on the floors below). The bar was plush and also had an outside terrace with comfy chairs. Good choice on drinks and food in the bar. The hotel had just introduced a "use your room keycard system" for any extras you purchased i.e. drinks and food at the beach bar or main bar. Also this is used for drinks with dinner. I can't praise the staff enough, they were all very attentive, pleasant and willing to help, nothing seemed too much trouble. Initially our room was fine but we did question it as to us it wasn't what we thought we had booked. My husband spoke to reception and although they couldn't move us the first night, they did move us the next day, they had housekeeping and the porters just go in and pack up everything for us and move it to the type of room we expected. The room was lovely, with the biggest bed ever! Good size balcony, good air conditioning (which was definitely needed) and the housekeeping service every evening brought us different local treats each night. We were on a half board basis and the choice of food, which was buffet style was so good, there was even champagne with breakfast. Lovely pool and plenty of sunbeds and umbrellas, also there was a towel service for the pool and you could have as many as you liked. Again around the pool the waiter service was good. The hotel is located within 10-15 minutes walk from the old city of Dubrovnik, whilst walking to it was fine, walking back was quite a bit uphill but the local bus service runs just by the hotel and was easy and cheap to use. All in all, this is the best hotel we've stayed in and we didn't want to go home. I would just like to point out a few of the staff that we had great service from, firstly there was Leonardo one of the waiters, he was so friendly and such a nice, friendly guy. Also Renata and all of the girls from guest services, they were all attentive, polite and friendly. Also Ivan from the reception who was so good over our room move. Thanks to everyone though who made our holiday so good.More
Karen B, 186377
Good but not Good value
Just returned from a seven nights stay at the Rixos. Really hard to sum up as on the face of it everything looks superb - but one or two niggles to mention. Let's get the negatives out of the way ... We booked a superior double which was supposed to include sun loungers on the large terrace. Sure enough the terrace was large but not a lounger in site. I asked reception if they could supply- and after confirming with the duty manager - was simply told No - even though I had booked with this in mind ! The hotel is very expensive. They wanted top dollar for everything. We were half board and the breakfast and lunches were okay, but lacked in variety after a few days. They have themed dining nights by the pool - but charge you - even though you have paid anyway ! The room card payment system is not ideal either. I can understand why they do not accept cash, but Every time I tried to settle drinks bills at reception, they thought I was checking out ( wishful thinking ? ) !! Now the good bits .... the staff are the most pleasant, courteous and attentive that we have experienced with Ivana, Laura and Dolores our personal favourites. Ivana knew our room number and names from day one. The rooms were fine and the hotel amenities are obviously on the up - whether it deserves 5 star status is debatable- not much entertainment or atmosphere - although relaxing. Hotel is 20 mins walk from beautiful, historic old town and about the same in the other direction to the port of gruz. Both destinations well worth it- but not much in between. Croatia more than exceeded our expectations in terms of beauty and culture ( not to mention cloudless skies and 30 plus heat ) but we did find it surprisingly expensive, so be prepared to bring plenty of Kuna !! Would we return ? Yes To Croatia in general and Dubrovnik particular, but do not think that the Rixos Libertas is quite our cup of tea. Mr & Mrs Trotter ( South Shields )More
Great hotel but be mindful of check in
Visited this hotel for a week with a close friend, we booked 2 separate rooms bed breakfast and before travel emailed the hotel to request next door, which was accommodated The hotel is wonderful and in an ideal spot with beautiful views and a nice walk to the old town 15-20 mins The breakfast was varied with lots to choose although not really an advocate of chips for breakfast The rooms were amazing with sea views, make sure you pay extra to book these rooms as the others look out onto the main road and you will be kicking yourself Now for the disappointment, we arrived at the hotel at 11am, my friend had read reviews about not getting your room until 2, I hadn't, check in was very easy, along with a glass of champagne which was a nice touch, you have to give credit card details for any issues which seemed strange as not everyone takes a credit card on holiday, we were told neither of our rooms were ready and to pop back, we enjoyed views of the sea then at 1 I returned to reception to hear not ready yet, no sorry no 10 mins half hour, grabbed a beer and returned at 2pm to hear not ready, after 3 hours of knowing we were waiting they just shrugged, I spoke with the supervisor who made calls but was still left waiting, she disappeared after pestering every 10 minutes and getting no where we started getting annoyed but still ignored Eventually at 3.15 they told us my room was ready but not my friends, another half hour later, 5 hours being stuck waiting we were both with rooms, I did complain, well that's polite, we were offered a free meal that night 5 hours waisted with rude and inconsiderate reception staff (all the others waiters and cleaners and pool boys were great) Please be aware you WILL be waiting and they don't care at all Apart from that great holiday and would recommend the hotel More
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