Valamar Argosy Hotel

The Valamar Argosy Hotel is set in leafy gardens that kiss the coastline.

The pools here are both infinity numbers that make the most of the views out to sea. A sunbathing deck surrounds the pools, but a raised terrace with Balinese beds also doubles as a relaxation zone. A separate pool is available for kids, while a snack bar keeps everyone going with drinks and light bites.

The restaurant spills out into a roomy al fresco terrace that overlooks the forested Daksa Island. The food is a spread of different international options, while themed nights also showcase local cuisines.

There’s also a lobby bar with an extensive menu for after dinner drinks. During summer, musicians perform a couple of times a week.

Overview of Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik expertly mixes old and new. On a holiday to Dubrovnik and its islands, you can be exploring the historical attractions of the old town one minute before reclining on the beach the next.

Visitors to Dubrovnik love walking down the marbled streets and admiring the famous city walls. History’s everywhere you look, but if you jump in a cable car and head to the top of Mount Srd, you’ll be greeted by the best views in Croatia.

If you’re looking to learn more about Croatia’s history, soak up the sun or enjoy a fine dining experience, you can do all three on the same day in Dubrovnik.

Things to do in Dubrovnik

The Valamar Argosy Hotel is only 200 metres away from the nearest pebble beach, so it’s easy to swap from the pool to the sea.

If you fancy some adventure and exploration, then you can hop on a bus from directly outside the hotel lobby. You’ll reach the centre of Dubrovnik in only 20 minutes.

In Dubrovnik, an elegant old town meets a sophisticated beach scene. There’s also a more modern side to the city, where local boutiques, cafes and restaurants open their doors. On a day trip here, every member of the family will be happy.

Most people head straight for the old town. Inside the walled city, there are fantastic baroque and Renaissance churches, as well as an ancient monastery. The area’s been designated as a Unesco World Heritage Site because of its importance.

A diverse city where the ancient world mixes with modern attractions, on a holiday to Dubrovnik, no member of the family will feel like they’ve made a compromise. The Valamar Argosy Hotel will become a family favourite in no time at all.


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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