It's also good to know that you can dine to you heart's content on excellent food in the hotel restaurant, the Taverna Rustica, and then work off your cellulite in the Wellness Centre.
Dubrovnik's prices have you worried? Try your luck in the Hotel Excelsior's elegant casino!
Located in the Ploce neighbourhood, only a short walk from the Dubrovnik city centre, the Hotel Excelsior is an excellent choice for business travellers as it harbours plenty of meeting and conference facilities. Families will appreciate the Children's Pool and special "Family Weekend in Dubrovnik" packages.
Rooms at the Excelsior Hotel contain all necessary luxuries such as bathrobes, slippers, hair dryers and electricity converters, plus (a nice touch) original paintings by local artists. Sipping a drink on your own private balcony overlooking the sea is the way to unwind after an arduous day of sightseeing. Check out the view from the Hotel Excelsior terrace.
To really treat yourself, try one of their special "City Break" packages that includes an airport transfer, tickets to the city museums and other goodies.
Press reviews of the Hotel Excelsior
|In 1972 when the 160-room Hotel Excelsior expanded
along this rocky stretch of coastline, it preserved this small
building and turned it into a romantic dinner venue. Dining at
the Taverna [Rustica] is very like eating in a small gostionica
in rural Croatia. The decor is plain and the simple terrace is
roofed with rushes. A lone guitarist plays and executive chef
Steven Pieters adds a touch of glamour by lighting flares to guide
you along the path from the Excelsior. But nothing is allowed
to distract from the only two things that matter " the food
and the view. Seafood is a speciality, including oysters from
Peljesac and lobster and mussels from Ston. The Independent
Oct. 1 2005.
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