Hotel Rixos Libertas Dubrovnik  

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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  • 14Floors
  • 254Rooms
  • 5Lifts


The authentic holiday collection

  • Traditional and modern styles
  • Town and countryside settings
  • 20kg luggage allowance
  • Properties with character

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Outdoor pool

The main pool is terraced into the hillside overlooking the Adriatic and a spacious sun deck with sunbeds and parasols. Open from mid-May.

Indoor pool

Even though you're inside, the ceiling-to-floor windows give you panoramic views.

Agora bar*

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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double room

Sleeping two, double rooms are light and airy. They have smart wooden floors and quality soft furnishings creating a contemporary look.

superior twin room with sea view

Offering views of the Adriatic Sea from the balcony or terrace, the superior twin rooms are decorated with high quality designs and fabrics. They sleep two adults and one child.

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Greatfull! Very pleasant and comfortable hotel!

During my stay on 22.05.-26.05.2015 I stayed at Rixos hotel. The hotel is very very nice, the rooms are quiete good and the food delicious. Especially the staff are very kind and experiences. Many thanks to all of the employees.More

Seçkin Ö, Antalya, Turkey

Five-Star Hotel, Three-Star Room

All the facilities of a five-star hotel, but first impressions did rather let them down. Our bags were grabbed as soon as we got out of the taxi and put onto a trolley, we checked in, but the bags were still where they had been left, with no-one in sight if we needed any help, the offer would have been nice. we went up to our room, 11th floor overlooking the car-park, not pretty at all, an upgrade is essential. The room was disappointing on two other counts; there is no door between the bedroom and the bathroom, and the wall is actually made of glass between the two areas! We did eventually spot the blind, which did provide a silhouette of anyone taking a shower.... Also, the toilet door was made of glass and was a swing-door, with no lock, so very little by way of privacy. The other feature, which I did complain about was the lack of cupboard space, rather inadequate. The wardrobe door was concertina-type, but didn't go far enough back to fully open the drawers unless the room door was open, most bizarre. There was also a bit of skirting board slightly away from the wall, maybe the cleaner should have spotted and reported it. The public areas were as I said, very 5 star, the staff were mostly very nice and helpful, and the pool area is exceptional, with plenty of space to sunbathe, swim or just read a book. I didn't use the fitness room, but it looked well-stocked, and there is a massage/sauna facility. The breakfast is good, plenty of choice, including eggs cooked to your liking, and everything is nice and fresh. We did try the evening meal once, a buffet, and although there was again plenty of choice, it was fairly uninspiring and there are better value options in the town. Maybe the a-la-carte would have been a better choice. The town is a decent walk away, uphill coming back, and although there are buses and of course taxis, it's worth getting used to the walk. Overall, on facilities and staff it deserves its five-star rating, but the room was a disappointment. Finally, the Wi-Fi has to be updated every day, sometimes it took quite a while, but got there in the end.More

Mikep23, Grantham

Good Location, Great Staff but is it 5 star?

We stayed at this hotel for a week and our experience was very mixed. It has a very good location with great views across the bay. The Old City of Dubrovnik is within walking distance of the hotel but the walk there and back includes a fairly long uphill stretch. You need to be moderately fit to undertake the return walk but we found that a halfway stop at the Sesame Bar made it more acceptable!! A taxi for £5.00 will get you to the City very quickly – and the booking system at the concierge’s desk is impressively efficient. The staff at reception, the concierge’s desk and at customer service were tremendous – they seemed genuinely interested in making sure our stay was comfortable and trouble free. They could not have been more helpful and friendly. They are a credit to the hotel and made our stay enjoyable. The cake to celebrate my wife’s birthday was a nice touch. However the more “senior” tiers of management appeared to wander around avoiding any contact with their customers – even a polite “good morning” would have been welcome!! We were allocated a room on the 9th floor and we were very soon aware of the noise caused by chairs moving on wooden floors – on enquiring at Reception we were told we were below the main restaurant. In fairness they immediately offered to move us to another floor but we decided to persevere. After 5 days of being woken up by chairs being moved at 5.30 am we gave in and decided to move. The staff at Customer Service and Reception were again very apologetic and we chose to move to a suite at a fairly modest additional cost. We also had a problem with housekeeping in our first room as late into the afternoon the room had still not been cleaned. There was clearly a problem with the number of staff employed to undertake this task. In fairness the Customer Service Manager dealt with this very promptly, efficiently and empathetically. The housekeeping supervisor personally made sure that our room was cleaned properly and at a reasonable time. An example of very good customer service. For a 5 star hotel the fittings and furnishings are certainly not luxurious. Even in the suites the furniture on the balcony was basic – two uncomfortable chairs and a small table!! There was very little privacy on the balcony (in the suite) which itself was pretty stark – there are only metal barriers separating the balconies, no loungers or umbrellas and the flower baskets were empty!! The balcony with the deluxe room in fact had good separation from the neighbours though the furniture was again very basic. The shower over the bath in our first room sprayed water all over the floor – the large rain shower was a good idea but unusable as it just flooded the bathroom. The indoor pool had a number of missing tiles and bits of paper floating in the water. The changing rooms are small and the lockers did not seem to work – there was no one around to help. On the plus side – there are plenty of clean towels available, the loungers are comfortable and the outdoor areas were clean. We had dinner at the hotel only once – the buffet at £20.00 per head did not seem value for money. The fine dining restaurant seemed empty most of the time and the one by the pool was not open when we were there in early May. There is a very good range of food at breakfast but service is poor and it is hit or miss whether empty tureens are refilled. So a very mixed experience – great staff at the customer interface with a good location in a wonderful city. But not quite 5 Star!!More

discerning25, Perth and Kinross, United Kingdom

Mother's 90th birthday!

Wonderful week. Staff made a great fuss of mother, champagne in our room, birthday cake after dinner and lovely rendition of 'happy birthday' by waiters. Great food, very helpful staff including our Thompson rep Kristina, short walk into Dubrovnik old town and we would definitely visit again.More

beadybird, Northumberland

Very nice hotel

Good location. Not in the old city but not too far either. Beautiful setting on the water. Great view for those facing the sea. Foyer to all the rooms is open and gives a really nice open feel to the place.More

David L,

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Hotel Rixos Libertas Dubrovnik
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 957 customer reviews
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