Ariston Hotel

The Ariston Hotel is part of the impressive Importanne Resort, and because the hotel shares its facilities with the sister hotels, there’s a vast list of things to do.

You have a choice of pools but the headliner is a beachfront number that’s framed by a wooden sundeck. Plus, a Blue Flag beach is just steps away. It’s typically Croatian, so expect lounger-lined rocks and sunbathing platforms.

You can take your pick from the three restaurants in the sister hotels in the evening. After dinner, there’s also On the Rocks, which is a lounge bar perfect for a nightcap.

Overview of Dubrovnik

No stay at the Ariston Hotel is complete without a visit to Dubrovnik’s old town. This beautiful city certainly has a story to tell. It has been destroyed twice, but it’s a survivor and it has now been restored to its former glory. When you visit, you can wander the streets and appreciate the beautiful historic monuments.

A holiday to Dubrovnik and its islands isn’t all about history, though. There are also plenty of beaches to relax on and places where you can indulge in water sports. If you like, you can also visit the islands off the coast.

Things to do in Dubrovnik

Old town Dubrovnik is only four kilometres away from the Ariston Hotel. You’ll be greeted at the entrance to the old town by Pile Gate. It features a drawbridge and a Renaissance arch, so it’s an impressive point to begin your journey.

Once you head inside the walls, you’ll have your pick of attractions. Most tourists head to Stradun, which is the main street. It’s a great spot for a meal, but if you’re not ready for a break, you can visit the monastery, the baroque St Blaise Church and the Renaissance Sponza Palace.

The perfect mixture of historic attractions, beaches and places to explore, Dubrovnik’s got the lot!


Resort Summary

Enclosed in the medieval walls of the Old Town are fantastic baroque and renaissance churches, palaces and an ancient monastery. The area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the 16th century walls were used to protect this wealthy republic over the centuries. Take a relaxing walk along the two-kilometre stretch of wall to enjoy some of the most stunning panoramic views the city has to offer.

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