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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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 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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Not up to standard

We had three stays booked but ended up cancelling the last three nights and moving elsewhere. It was a half board deal at a reasonable but not cheap price. We were given a room on the second floor, sea view, on the first visit. Well appointed, but let down by the detail. The view of the dead grass, empty pool, untiled patios was not what we had booked. The rooms have been renovated....but paint on the floor, no fridge (arriving), safe not secured so could be carried off, no patio furniture (arriving), amazingly uncomfortable pillow top to mattress, cheap foam rubber. Obviously no one had done a decent check on the room. The buffet restaurant was under renovation. Temporary buffet with a good salad bar but unedible main courses, cold, congealed, quite horrible. Staff seemed to spend more time talking to each other than helping and supervisor seemed not to supervise. Breakfast buffet was similar, congealed egg, cold sausage floating in water. NOT ACCEPTABLE. We returned for another four nights as we had planned a family gathering. Room on second floor. Similar poor finish. But very noisy. Scraping furniture in room and patio above. Sound of building work ad drilling early in the morning and early evening....some issues with dust. Despite complaints, noise continued (package tours from asia), ghastly buffet food, poor wait staff, guest relations wanted to know and nothing done. Hotel is easy walk to Old Town, and has parking. Wifi was good, but then the hotel was quite empty. Pleasant reception, seemed very genuine, good porter very helpful. Not a pleasant or enjoyable stay. Avoid.More

grumpy554, London, United Kingdom

From New Zealand to Rixos Libertas Dubrovnik

We booked and were delighted at the location easy walk to the old Town and the Staff at the Hotel were excellent. We enjoyed their wonderful hospitality and kindness that we decided to extend our stay - which they fully accommodated! The staff then organised the most excellend Driver to take us through to Split - we stopped at places most would pass by - wonderful to see the real Croatia. Well done to the Hotel and the Staff. Warmest wishes from New Zealand, Raewyn and Reece FooteMore

RaewynVida, Auckland Central, New Zealand

Wonderful location, excellent staff.

We chose this hotel based on its location and were certainly not disappointed. We paid a small premium for a superior room with a balcony and this was very worthwhile, the view over the Adriatic absolutely stunning. Our room was very spacious with plenty of storage space and ver comfortable large double bed. The shower was the most powerful I have ever experienced, but would be better suited in a wet room rather than an in bath operation with only a half length solid shower screen. Having to mop up the bathroom floor after each shower was disappointing and a possible safety hazard. Unusually, it was necessary to request satchets of coffee each day as they were not topped up. It was also strange to have to request milk for tea and have a small jug supplied, not the usual UHT capsules. The evening ice delivery to each room was also novel, but without an ice bucket in the room it did not last very long even in the fridge. Food was very good, especially the breakfast, and the range and quality of foods served at evening buffet was good but not what would be expected for a 5 star rated hotel. All the staff were extremely helpful, courteous and very polite. Even though the hotel was undergoing "off season" refurbishment' which we were warned about, it did not impinge on our stay at this hotel. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Dubrovnik and the Rixos Libertas and would certainly return.More

Kenneth H, Gloucester, United Kingdom

Yeah, had good long weekend here

Nice, clean, spacious hotel.. Good condition and spec with an easy walk into the old town area.. We went a bit off peak - Late April, weather was good, bit of sun bathing on private patio, rain at other times but fine for an old school city break. Hotel was quiet when we went but that's obviously related to the time of year / season. This reflected on the good price.. very good. Hotel food was fine, what you'd expect from this region, very good and cheap food to be found in town. Not a massive area for ents and raving (off peak at least), but old town, castle walls, squares, sea views / local history / culture ideal for a couple of nights or long weekend. Croatia was generally very cheap (for us / when we went) with no pushy selling or rip offs.. Super markets are a top tip for v cheap booze etc too.. Yeah, I like it, the hotel (get sea facing with balcony!) and the country and people too. Beach was not really going on, a few pockets of sand but I wouldn't recommend this area for one of those type breaks. Use the pool and private balcony for that all over body . Big ups to Croatia in generalMore

TomWLondon, London

Excellent despite current renovations

At the time we stayed here, ie March 2015 , the hotel is under extensive renovation. This however did not impinge on the standard of service and amenities available to us. I would think that by this summer all will be complete and it will be beautiful . We are in a renovated room, which is of a Very high standard with wonderful sea view. A short walk , downhill, takes you to the old City with its breath taking walls walk . 100 kunas, but well worth it. If you need it there are buses to get you back , but we didn't find it a problem. The cable car to the top of the mountain us another must do, again 100 kunars. When at the top please visit the museum in the fort which gives you an oversight into the 1991/2 siege of the city in great detail. 30 kunars. If feeling fit take the interior stairs in the fort to the roof for the best views of the old city and you will appreciate why they had to defend this fort at all costs. The bar in the hotel is expensive but the service is faultless. For a slightly cheaper beer and lovely snacks for lunch take a right turn out of the hotel and look for some steps leading up to the road above where you will find Magellans bar , we had the club sandwich and quesadillas ! The hotel spa is well worth a visit, the Turkish bath, sauna , hot and cold pools are a godsend after all the walking and step climbing of the day I had a massage as well as a special treat, very good! We were on a deal which included breakfast and dinner. Breakfast was excellent but the dinner didn't impress. I expect the A la carte would be better. On the whole we were well pleased with the hotel and Dubrovnik as a short stay city break.More

margaret b, Worthing, United Kingdom

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