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Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik, Croatia

March 29, 2016

 

Carved into a cliff overlooking the Adriatic and just ten minutes from the historic Old Town, Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik is true refinement by the sea, deserving the Sunday Times' description as one of "Europe's coolest new hotels."

 

Strikingly set on a 30m-high cliff on Miramare Bay, Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik gives you some of the most cinematic panoramas of the Dalmatian coast. From the moment you arrive, you’re immersed in a world of contemporary luxury and elegant service that makes you feel as if you’re on your own private ocean liner.

 

In fact, boats served as inspiration for interior room decor and design: rooms are minimalist and elegant, but do not compromise on supreme comfort and luxurious amenities. The hotel has 91 sea-view rooms and suites, all of which have latest technologies included. Most rooms, including 13 luxurious suites and a superb Presidential Suite, have balconies. 

 

In appreciation of Croatian culture, Hotel Bellevue is adorned with traditional Croatian art work, spectacular local photography, as well as enchanting historical artefacts. Decorated with lithographs and pastels by top Croatian artists, the spaces are stylish and welcoming.

 

The hotel begins to work its magic as soon as guests arrive. There’s a small pebble beach perfect for sunbathing and swimming, as well as a spectacular indoor infinity pool perched on the cliffs. 

 

Book with us, and you'll receive complimentary access to the Spa & Wellness Centre. It features relaxation and detoxifying treatments including massages and facials, sauna, steam room, holistic shower facilities, as well as a gym. 

 

With floor to ceiling glass windows overlooking the sea, the entire area shares an abundance of natural light. Just the right combination to dip into the freshwater indoor pool or relax on the sun lounger and take an afternoon nap. It is the perfect place to relax, refresh and rejuvenate.

 

If you are looking for romance, the atmospheric romantic rooms are individually designed to feel intimate. Some have beautiful baldachin beds; one has a glamorous bathtub in the middle of the room. Complement this with a dinner inside the candlelit cave at Nevera Beach restaurant that has been converted into a unique dining room, with whitewashed walls and spotlights made from mariners’ chains.

 

Or you might want to try Vapor, the hotel's fine dining restaurant that even the users of TripAdvisor find hard to fault. Executive Chef Saša Računica does magical things with it using herbs and spices and exciting ideas from around the world to create a playful new style of regional cooking that is attracting headlines.

 

Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik is just a 10-minute walk down to the mesmerising medieval city centre. Historically one of Venice’s biggest rivals in both trade and beauty on the ocean, George Bernard Shaw dubbed it “The Paradise on Earth” with all the original buildings and city walls intact and with museums, a Franciscan monastery and the Cathedral attracting tourists. 

 

A fairytale fortress of beautiful Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance churches, aristocratic palaces, red-roofed townhouses, magnificent monasteries and fascinating history, it is almost impossible to feel anything but uplifted and inspired here.

 

Charming cobblestone streets and impressive ramparts give way to a treasure trove of architectural gems, making it a walkers’ dream destination. The church of St. Blaise, a Baroque wonder, Rector’s Palace and Sponza Palace are all must-sees. The hotel can also arrange special-interest activities, from scuba diving to art tours to horseback riding to yacht charters.

 

July and August play host to the oldest cultural festival in Croatia, The Dubrovnik Summer Festival. The event showcases opera, ballet, classical music, film and theatre.

 

 

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