Tirena Sunny Hotel

The Tirena Sunny Hotel is on the peaceful outskirts of Dubrovnik. Thanks to its headland location, it has a trio of beaches on the doorstep. Plus, there’s a stylish beach club with cushioned loungers and a sea-view bar terrace.

In the gardens of the hotel, you’ll find a walk-in pool with a swim-up bar. Inside the hotel, there are modern touches like spotlight ceilings and cartoon murals.

During your stay here, you’ll dine in a buffet restaurant that serves a mix of Mediterranean and international meals. After your evening meal, check out the live musicians in the bar.

Overview of Dubrovnik

Packed with historic sites, architectural wonder and incredibly scenic views, Dubrovnik blends a beach holiday with a city break. And on a stay at the Tirena Sunny Hotel, you’re only 10 minutes from the city centre, so you have the best of both worlds.

Holidays to Dubrovnik and its islands are loaded with old town charm, beautiful coastlines and a sky that melts into the sea. Dubrovnik is the hub of this region, and the best of the sights, sounds and attractions are all close by. Plus, with such a diverse landscape, there is plenty to see, do and experience.

Things to do in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is steeped in history and charm. The city has been destroyed twice in its history, but stand in front of the historic walls, you’ll find that difficult to believe. It’s been perfectly restored to its former glory, so at the Tirena Sunny Hotel, be sure to lace up your walking boots and get out to explore.

Dubrovnik’s old town is the perfect place to visit. They used its terracotta rooftops for the hit TV series Game of Thrones, so you’ll be forgiven for feeling like you’re on a movie set. As you stroll around the old town, you’ll find museums, Unesco-listed attractions and hundreds of years of history.

When you stay in Dubrovnik, you can enjoy snorkelling adventures and historic attractions in equal measure.


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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