Lapad Hotel

If you love holidays characterised by brilliant scenery and fantastic food, then the Lapad Hotel is perfect for you. It’s right on the harbour and has a spectacular view across the bay. Guests also rave about the hotel’s restaurant on TripAdvisor. Here, theme nights and a la carte lunches are regularly on the menu.

At the front of the hotel, the pool is framed by well-tended gardens and stone walls for an authentic Croatian feel. There’s even a bar nearby for cakes, snacks and drinks.

After your evening meal, the pool bar puts on DJs and live music acts. If you head to the lobby bar, you can even try the award-winning cocktails.

Overview of Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is a fascinating city packed with architectural wonder and scenic views. With a stay at the Lapad Hotel, you’re only three kilometres from the historic old town, so it’s easy to get out and explore.

If you want to take a trip to a beautiful coast where the sky dovetails into the clear waters, then a holiday to Dubrovnik and its islands is ideal. They filmed many of the scenes for Game of Thrones here, with Dubrovnik doubling as King’s Landing. As a result, you really will be forgiven for thinking you’re in a movie set.

Things to do in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is a city steeped in history. As you stand here, you’ll struggle to believe that it has been destroyed twice. Now restored to its former glory, the streets and striking the city walls are perfect for a walk.

With its mix of relaxing beaches and cultural hotspots, Dubrovnik will bring a smile to everyone’s face. In the morning, explore the city’s many museums and galleries and, in the afternoon, head to the beach for a snorkelling adventure. In Dubrovnik, you can do both in a day and still be back at the Lapad Hotel for your evening meal.

Dubrovnik is unique and bewitching. Perpetually busy and bustling, a stay here will make you fall in love with this centuries-old city.

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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