Komodor Hotel

The Komodor Hotel sits on the outskirts of historic Dubrovnik. As it was built in 1935, it has a unique history of its own and is made from traditional Dubrovnik stone.

The swimming pool is on the first-floor terrace and is surrounded by sunloungers and parasols. There’s also a small bar nearby, too, in case you need something to quench your thirst.

The hotel restaurant serves a buffet at breakfast and dinner. The morning selection features continental and cooked options, while dinner includes meat and fish dishes from the grill. Some of the restaurant’s tables are on an outdoor terrace where you can eat surrounded by draping vines.

Another plus is that during your stay, you can use the leisure facilities at the sister hotels.

Overview of Kolocep Island

Dubrovnik is a city with two sides. So, when you head on a holiday to Dubrovnik, you can enjoy old and new in equal measure. Days at the Komodor Hotel are often spent exploring Dubrovnik’s old town, but it’s just as easy to lounge on the beach, shop in designer boutiques and sip on your favourite tipple in the waterfront bars.

When you fancy some extra exploration, you can even take a boat trip to the offshore islands.

Things to do in Dubrovnik

The Komodor Hotel is only four kilometres away from Dubrovnik’s old town. Regular buses stop near the hotel and the journey only takes 15 minutes. When you’d rather relax, you’re only a five-minute stroll away from Lapad Beach, the largest beach in Dubrovnik.

Dubrovnik’s old town is a heaven for history lovers. The whole area’s a Unesco World Heritage Site and you can walk along the walls, explore the churches and admire the ancient monastery.

After your tour of the old town, you can enjoy Dubrovnik’s modern side when the waterside bars and restaurants come alive in the evening.

With a storied history, modern bars and beautiful beaches, Dubrovnik’s a location the whole family will fall in love with.

Resort Summary

Kolocep Island is an idyllic getaway location of less than 2.5 kilometres in the Adriatic Sea, just west of Dubrovnik. Located at either end of the island are two charming villages, sitting pretty on each of its shores. Dense woods and ancient ruins fill the land in-between, with not a car in sight so as to conserve the island’s natural beauty.