Just outside Dubrovnik, on Croatia’s Lapad Peninsula, concealed in a gorgeous pine forest, you’ll find the wonderful 5-star Royal Princess Hotel. With its stunning seafront view, wonderful surroundings and all the comfort you desire, the Royal Princess is the ideal hotel for an unforgettable experience on the Adriatic Sea.
Dubrovnik, dubbed the Pearl of the Adriatic, is as impressive as cities get. Medieval houses, ancient palaces and imposing churches coexist with classy bars, modern hotels and designer shops. With a large number of beaches, some out in plain sight, some hidden within charming little coves, and plenty of seafront bars and restaurants, you can easily see why Dubrovnik is so appealing to travellers from around the world.
Set in a tranquil garden, the Royal Princess Hotel has 54 elegant suites that share a gorgeous panoramic view of the sea and reef. This resort is all about your comfort and relaxation and you’ll love every second at the Spa and wellness centre, unwinding by the indoor pool or taking an invigorating Turkish bath. Outside, you’ll find the welcoming sun terrace and further swimming pools to make your stay truly relaxing.
The Royal Princess is ideally located just 3 miles from the Old Town that will leave you breathless with its outstanding medieval, Renaissance and Baroque monuments. 15 minutes on a boat from the Old Town port and you’ll find yourself on the secluded Lokrum Island, charming for its remote sunbathing and swimming spots, the Botanical Garden and the ruins of an old Benedictine abbey.
Appealing to your every sense, the Dubrovnik Royal Princess Hotel’s a la carte restaurant offers a wonderful array of dishes which can only be complemented by the delicious cocktails served on the hotel’s summer terraces and relaxation lounges.
Please note that visitors to Croatia need to pay a tourist tax of around 10 kuna (£1.20) per person per night, directly to the hotel. The tax can vary by municipality. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from paying it.