Admiral Grand Hotel

The Admiral Grand Hotel is right on a sand-and-shingle beach in the sheltered bay of Slano. Backed by rolling hills coated in pines and olive groves, the picturesque location really will take your breath away.

Directly outside the hotel, a sea-facing pool overlooks the bay. It’s surrounded by a sun terrace and parasols so you can make the most of the weather and the views.

There’s a varied dining scene here as well so, no matter what you fancy, you’re sure to find something to suit you. After your meal, head to the lobby bar for sunset views, cocktails and live music.

Overview of Slano

If you’re looking to take a trip to a beautiful coast with clear waters, glorious sands and cities steeped in history, then a holiday to Dubrovnik and its islands will be your idea of perfection.

A stay in Slano will help you rest and recharge your batteries surrounded by spectacular scenery, a temperate climate and typically Croatian culture.

Life doesn’t have to be lived in the slow lane, though, and when you stay at the Admiral Grand Hotel, you’ll also have pine forests and walking trails to explore. Plus, Dubrovnik is only a short journey away.

Things to do in Slano

At the Admiral Grand Hotel, you have the best of both worlds. It’s on a beautiful bay in a quiet village, and hop on a local bus and Dubrovnik is in easy reach.

The journey to Dubrovnik takes 45 minutes. Here, history comes alive in front of you. From the spellbinding terracotta rooftops to the storied city walls, it feels like there’s something new to discover on every corner.

Closer to home in Slano, you’re right on a quiet beach, so you can relax, soak up the sun and get your head into a good book. At the back of the hotel, trails lead into the forest and reconnect you with nature.

When you visit Slano, you’ll get a taste of the Adriatic. With gorgeous beaches, remnants from another era and the opportunity to get out and explore on the doorstep, a trip to Slano has something for everyone.

Resort Summary

The focal point of any holiday in Slano has to be hanging out on the beach. The neighbouring mountains shelter the wide bay, so the calm waters of the sand and pebble beaches are ideal for little feet to paddle in. Grab your snorkel and mask, and explore the underwater world of the Adriatic Sea. Or, get the adrenaline flowing with some water-skiing. If travelling on top of the water is more your thing, rent a kayak or a pedalo and take a slow lap around the shoreline. To explore further afield, hire a motor or sailing boat and head for one of the islands scattered across the bay.