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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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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double room

Double room sleeps 2.

superior twin room with sea view

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

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Excellent View, Quality Average

Our room could not have had a more excellent view, up high on the terrace. The hotel is confusing because you go down to your rooms and up to the main lobby, opposite of all other hotels and creates some confusion. Ask for a top floor (I believe we were on the 12th floor) when you check in for the best view. This is the sort of hotel that is trying hard to be 5 stars, but does not have the quality construction to back it up. It looks nice at first glance, but then you notice the chalking falling off the tiles, the shower spraying out of the tub, and amneties that do not get refreshed (hang onto that shampoo!). The cleaning people even took the bottle of wine we had in our room that was not finished, along with the wine glasses and opener (that comes in the room), not be returned! I had to ask for the bedding to be replaced on the first day because there were bed bugs or some other bug(s) eating me all night and the sheets were dirty. They did do that the next day and we were bug free the rest of the stay. Otherwise the bed was comfortable. 5 stars for the view and balcony, 2-3 stars for everything else. The front desk also does not let you know that you can easily catch the bus on the main street with your Dubrovnik Tourist Card, saving you a long walk into the old town. When I asked about getting to town, they said, "it's a nice walk," Uh, yeah, downhill from the hotel but very much uphill on the way back when you are tired from walking all day! The bus was easy to catch in front of the gate and take there and back all day.More

ParkLA, Los Angeles, California

A superb hotel let down by a lot of minor issues in our room

This is a superb hotel but it was let down by a lot of minor issues in our room so it’s only a 4 star in my opinion. Having said that, I would stay here again and would recommend it. Hotel Location - 9/10 This hotel is in a superb position built onto a terraced cliff face and is about a 20 minute walk downhill to The Old Town which is the main tourist area. There is a bus stop about a 5 minute walk from this hotel and buses run every 15 minutes or so right up to midnight. The new port and shopping area is also about a 20 minute walk away where you will find more bars and restaurants. The area around the hotel is quiet and residential with only a couple of shops and cafes within the immediate area. There are some pleasant walks from the hotel around the wooded headland and along the coast. Hotel - 9/10 This hotel has a spectacular and very large reception and bar area with brilliant views over the sea. It is built on a hillside and runs all the way down to the sea. The reception, at street level, is the top of the hotel with rooms and balconies terraced all the way down to the swimming pool and sun bathing area on the water’s edge. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. The light coloured carpet throughout the hotel looked fine until they decided to clean it, not the best of jobs as it was left covered in dark stripes. Pool and leisure areas - 9/10 This hotel has a very large sunbathing area on the edge of the sea and it is equipped with a great selection of beds and chairs, probably the best I have ever seen in a hotel. There is a long swimming pool and a massive glass walled gym and fitness area overlooking the sunbathing area and a café/restaurant serving food and drink throughout the day. The upper bar has great views over the sea and a good choice of seating for non-sunbathers Bedroom and bathroom - 7/10 Both rooms are a good size as was our comfortable double bed. We had a large balcony with a fantastic view down over the terraced balconies below us and over the sea. The bathroom has a glass wall so you can shower and still look out through the balcony doors at the great view. Soft clean towels were available every day and there is plenty of space for all your bottles, sprays and make-up. There is a pull-down blind if you are more modest and don’t want your room partner to see your bits and pieces when you are in the bathroom. The bedroom has a flat screen TV but the choice of English speaking channels is limited. A little bit more wardrobe and cupboard space would have been useful so we had to store some clothes under the bed in our suitcases. First impressions of the room were great but as the week went on it became apparent that there are numerous minor issues that need attention hence I have to say this hotel is a 4 and not a 5 star. (I have listed all the points at the end of this report) Dining room - 9/10 This room certainly has the WOW factor, situated high above the water’s edge with lovely views over the sea and coast. It has lots of outside seats on an adjoining terrace. It had the feel of a restaurant rather than a canteen, as so often happens in holiday hotels. Food - 9/10 The hotel offers a good buffet at breakfast with a wide choice of hot and cold food. We didn’t need to eat until the evening as the breakfast was so substantial. We did not dine at the hotel in the evenings simply because we preferred to eat out in one of the numerous restaurants in The Old Town Staff - 9/10 The staff in most areas were very helpful and polite and usually always smiling, with exception of a couple of staff in the dining area . Other hotels could learn a lot from this hotel. The niggling little things they need to sort out in the room • The duvet was smaller than the bed so after the first night we had to have a duvet each • Carpet and chairs had stains on them • Marks on walls • Carpet edges frayed near patio doors • Curtains are too small for patio doors and there is no black-out curtain so we were woken by day light coming in around the curtain every morning • Wall paper peeling off corridor wall near our room and lots of marks on walls • Impossible to open safe door without opening bedroom door allowing anyone to see your valuables • Legs of chair and table in room were rusting in places • Decorators appear not to understand the concept of “cutting-in” around doors and edges • Broken light cover on balcony • Blistering paint on bathroom ceiling • Small patches of mouldy grout in bathroom • Plug did not work in hand basin • Bath overflow which worked the plug kept falling off • Clamp on shower head was broken, I fixed it with sticky tape to keep it in one position Basically this room could do with a complete refurbishment and refit to move it back to 5 star (I have photos of the above points but I am sure the hotel is aware of these failings and will rectify them when time and resources are available)More

Earwigo321, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Congress at Rixos Libertas

I enjoyed organizing conference at Rixos Libertas! I admired the enthusiasm of the employees in the hotel, the dedication and speed that they have showed in solving the issues and challenges that we were facing as organizer! All employees were very friendly, the cuisine was extraordinary, and the hotel was as cozy as out 2nd home..More

Ines K, Zagreb, Grad Zagreb, Croatia

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

Beautiful view of the Adriatic

This is an old review. My husband and I stayed here in November 2013 for our anniversary. We were impressed with the beautiful views that we had from our room and from the dining room. The breakfast was impressive with fresh and dried fruits, vegetables, and breads. We tend to judge hotels by the quality of the breakfasts that we have. This hotel was within walking distance, about 15 minutes, from the old town of Dubrovnik.More

stfnia, Maple Grove, Minnesota

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