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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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.
Even though you're inside the full height windows mean the view is still panoramic.
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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Woeful - nowhere near 2 stars let alone 5
We booked a weekend away at hotel Rixos and it's been a terrible experience -lowlights include 1) the room was filthy - we complained to the front desk and they had housekeeping come and clean it again - that addressed the crumbs and dust but none of the stains on the furniture 2) the room was boiling and noisy -the ac unit only works in the summer so your only option is to leave your balcony door open - as there is a flat roof outside this does not feel particularly safe and there also is a load of building work going on so its far too noisy to do so during the day. 3) the hotel generally looks warm and run down - with damaged walls in communal areas Truly this has been one of the worst hotels I have stayed in and would Definitely not recommend anyone stay here either. Cheers AMore
Alar_Reading, Reading, United Kingdom
really lovely break
We visited this hotel with friends this weekend. I had emailed beforehand and Anita on reception and organised our private transfer from the airport who was there awaiting our arrival. I cant remember the drivers name but he was so friendly and knowledgeable and shared lots of useful tips with us. On arrival we received a very welcome welcome from the staff. The hotel was extremely quiet, we only ever counted around another 10 guests , but this is very low season. Our rooms were spacious, exceptionally clean with lots of extras like gowns and slippers. On the Saturday night we had the pleasure of meeting the general manager and on Sunday were really surprised when he organised our last night in the sea view rooms ( stunning view). breakfast in this hotel is really good, if you cant find something you like here id be very surprised. We used the spa facilities, could do with some extra lighting in my opinion, it was very dark around the plunge pool area and we struggled to find clean towels. Some areas of the hotel are tired but overall the staff make up for this. Our next visit will be when the weather is a bit warmer and there are more people around. Well done Rixos DubrovnikMore
jobart66, Burgess Hill, United Kingdom
Accomodating but aging
Great breakfast buffet, accomodated our bicycles, friendly staff. Somewhat aging very large facility. Convenient 12 min walk to the old city and on a bus line to get to new city as well. Internet worked. When we lost electricity it was repaired within a few hours. I liked the ceiling mount shower but be prepared for it if you just came from the beauty salon! Honest and friendly staff returned my purse accidentally left in bar with much cash and credit cards in it!More
wehen, Westport MA USA
Refurbishment overdue but staff excellent
This was an unexpected break which was offered to me at very short notice. The best way sometimes as I can be a bit of a ditherer. It also meant I could appear to be the great romantic as this was Valentines Weekend and I only had a standard meal out planned locally. A visit to Dubrovnik was always on the 'to do' list so why not a romantic weekend break albeit a surprise opportunity? It was all booked by someone else therefore. Frankly this hotel wouldn't be my normal choice of accommodation. I prefer eating out locally when visiting another Country and also like small hotels or better still my own apartment or villa. The Libertas hotel is an ugly building made worse by the beauty of its location and the other wonderful buildings in the Old Town nearby, (something I'm very pleased to say we visited every day of the weekend and loved). The Old Town is only a 20 minute walk from the hotel with views of the Adriatic all the way. Taxis are cheap if you can't face an uphill walk back. The internal design is very poor- it resembled an out of town shopping complex. Lots of glass walls everywhere- something of a glaziers dream. A large glass atrium covers the centre of the building which must get very hot in the summer. All very open plan and actually very dated architecturally. An odd feature, which continued the glass theme, was a glass 'wall' between the bathroom and the main bed area of the room. A glass door therein led to the toilet cubicle which may be a 'Hitchcockian voyeurs dream' but odd for those who prefer to cleanse themselves in relative privacy. Maybe I'm just a bit to English. We used the Turkish Bath, swimming pool and sauna every morning at about 9am. The other residents were nowhere to be seen and it was lovely to have our personal spa facilities but it did seem a bit weird to be so quiet even for the time of year. (Perhaps they were all trapped in the timeless Casino 'on a roll'?). I also had a massage from a small, but extremely strong, women for about 50 pounds. Well worth it. The biggest asset of the hotel is the staff. Really professional and very engaging in a genuine way. This goes right across the board from reception to dining room. Can't fault this service. Standard of cleanliness in the room very high as well. Also high on the list of plus marks is the food- especially breakfast. This was very comprehensive and started the day very well. Evening meal was also of a good standard if not a little dull- Spaghetti Bolognese or similar. My girlfriend also found all the Croatian wine to her taste which must have been St Valentines doing. A big negative was the need for full refurbishment of the hotel. This is underway and not before time. Very tatty in the communal areas such as the corridors and furnishings were actually worn and dirty in bars and other large seating areas. The pool had cracked and missing tiles and there was an air of dilapidation that shouldn't exist in a hotel as high profile as this. I hope the changes taking place address this and the signs are good. Would I stay here again? Yes. Despite this not being my usual choice of hotel due to its size I think it has some charming staff who personalise it and deserve a lot of praise for making guests very welcome. Hopefully the money being sent at present will pull the place back up to the standard befitting an area so stunning in terms of its landscape and history.More
Mark K, Canterbury, United Kingdom
Nice hotel with fabulous views!
It is a fair walk into the city from the hotel, downhill there uphill back. We tended to walk in and catch one of the very frequent buses back. Dubrovnik old town is compact and beautiful. We enjoyed boat trips to Cavtat, Lopud and Lokrim. We also enjoyed the trsteno arboretum. The hotel had lots of amenities and a great sunbathing area, but felt impersonal. Having said this I would probably stay there again.More
SazzyJaneB, North Yorkshire
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