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 3 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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  • Official Rating
  • 14Floors
  • 254Rooms
  • 5Lifts

Food & Drink

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

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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2 outdoor pools

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 full height windows mean the view is still panoramic.

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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superior twin room with sea view

Superior twin room with sea view sleeps 2 adults and 1 child.

double room

Double room sleeps 2.

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Food in the hotel restaurant

The hotel food is absolutely amazing! Each course is filled with 20+ different meals and all of them are delicious :) The best thing was sushi, which is not in the regular buffet offer, so this was a pleasant surprise. Overall, the staff is really polite and the food is excellent..More

Ivan B, asfa

Good to great after renovation?

Was here for a 4-day conference and enjoyed another leasure day. Hotel is at a fascinating location, all rooms with sea view, fantastic food quality and well trained staff. Walking distance to old town. Since conference halls are lacking windows a business stay gets quiet tough. I even more loved to be on one of the large balconies, still nice in Nov. Gym and spa truly good, cleaness and massage could improve. A renovation is absolutely due and I heard during winter that's to happen. More

Stoltinger, Albbruck, Germany

Stunning position

One of the closer hotels to the old town, but still a good 20 minutes walk - downhill going into the city and uphill coming back, along a very busy road with stretches of very narrow pavements and wobbly pathways. Half way along the route, turn to look at the hotel it's spectacular, especially at night. Buses are frequent but packed, especially coming back from the city. Rixos Libertas has beautiful public rooms and the guest rooms are attractive if a little in need of maintenance. Very comfortable beds, large bathroom with separate loo, odd to have glass walls though! Having Sunbeds on the balcony was a nice touch, although we would have preferred a table and chairs. The view from the balcony is amazing. Breakfast is lovely, loads of choice from fruit to pancakes, pastries, meat and cheese, several different types of bread, cooked breakfast, cereal etc etc etc... Just be aware that the cereals and bacon are not what the Brits are used to so I overheard several moaning Minnies complaining. If you are on half board - lucky you! If not I would suggest you try the hotel's self service restaurant at least once. The main meal is ok, mass produced meat and fish, but the starters and desserts are wonderful. We went twice and on the second occasion had two or three starters and desserts and skipped the mains! The fish restaurant by the pool is good. Swimming pool is tiny. Some people swam in the sea but this is below a rocky outcrop, a bit difficult for younger or older guests. Loads of sunbeds, never had trouble getting four in a row but often found ourselves without shade. Nothing for children in the hotel or in Dubrovnik, if you want to come with little ones I suggest some of the hotels further out, near beaches, play areas, etc.More

anni27, london

Birthday stay

We visited Rixos Hotel Libertas in October, our room was lovely with a fantastic sea view, room terrace balcony with 2 sun beds ( but no light so although warm enough you couldnt use it after 7.30pm ) Bathroom well apointed useful safe and fridge in room. The room was ckeaned to a good standard each day, the cleaning ladies were friendly and polite. On booking i mentioned that it was a special birthday whilst we were staying and my hudband e-mailed hoping for a possible up-grade unfortuantely my birthday was not aknowledged, other than the wine and fruit in room but i think that this is given to all guests. The weather was lovely for october and on sat 18th is was warm enough to swim in the sea on my 50th bday ( sea was warmer than the pool ). The terrace area around the pool were pleasent and the bar staff helpful, good quality sun beds and sun shades. We found breakfasts on the terrrace lovely, lots of fruit, breads and full English, pancakes were good, fresh fruit juice would be a good improvement. The main reception area is very smart and the balcony at the bar beautiful; sadley there was no atmosphere , no music or panio playing .....nothing ... which is why there were hardly any people using the ba; it could be so much better. The front of the hotel needs a tidy up just minor things like someone weed the area between the brick paving, the flag poles are chipped and tatty and worse of all to me was the 5 ***** hotel notice peeling and tatty, all little things that could so easily be improved. It was a short 20 min walk to old town ( Guard if you are following signs and main gate Pile), we went on the cable car, 4x4 buggy safari ( fab) 3 island boat trip and had a lovely time. We would probably stay at Rixos again due to it s location ( Dubrovnik is well spread out over 6k so research locations if you want to be near old town, quite a few of the 5* hotels are miles from anywhere). The food was good for breakfasts ok for evening meal staff friendly but needs a bit of tlcMore

ylaid, herefordshire

Three day break

Stayed in the Rixos Libertas, Dubrovnik for three days. Rooms a bit tired and in need of rejuvenating but location was ideal, a fifteen minute walk to the old town. Repair work was taking place while we were there and our friends could hear the workmen directly over their room, chipping away at the floor tiles, but they stopped at a reasonable time. We did not eat in the hotel as hotel food is rarely good value, but the staff were pleasant and helpful and the views from the room terrace was lovely overlooking the Adriatic Sea.More

Roma17, Portsmouth, United Kingdom

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