Grand Hotel Park

The Grand Hotel Park perfectly blends a close-to-the-beach setting with easy access to Dubrovnik.

The hotel is bright, spacious and well equipped. There’s a peaceful pool area, spa and an international restaurant. The rooms also have a luxurious edge – expect spot-lit dressing tables and plasma TVs.

There’s also a snack bar that serves light bites down on the beachfront, and an atmospheric tavern that specialises in pizza and fresh seafood. In the evening, there’s a bar with a lengthy cocktail list and a resident pianist.

 

Overview of Dubrovnik

One of the world’s most famous cities, Dubrovnik is packed with charm, culture and history. Situated on a stunning stretch of coastline, Dubrovnik combines beaches and views with history and wonder. On a holiday to Dubrovnik and its islands, you get the best of both worlds, with a relaxing beach holiday combining with a city break.

Dubrovnik is perhaps most famous as a filming location for Game of Thrones. Here, no matter where you look, you’ll feel like you’re in the heart of a movie set. Whether you want to rest and relax or explore, the Grand Hotel Park is the perfect base.

Things to do in Dubrovnik

When you stay at the Grand Hotel Park, you’re only a five-minute walk away from a selection of bars and restaurants. The beach is even closer still, and you’ll reach it in only a couple of minutes.

There’s also a local bus service that stops near the hotel that will take you to Dubrovnik’s old town. It’s only three kilometres away, so the journey takes just 10 minutes. The city here is steeped in history and as you walk around, you can admire the stunning architecture within the city walls.

Whether you’re visiting Dubrovnik for the first time or returning for a repeat visit, you’re sure to find something new. A destination where you can head to the beach in the morning and explore centuries-old history in the afternoon, the whole family will find something they love here.


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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