Sunday, 26 July 2020

A new luxury hotel on the Dubrovnik Riviera


Brave timing, but a new luxury hotel has just opened on the Dubrovnik Riviera in Croatia.

The five-star Rixos Premium Dubrovnik, formerly the Hotel Libertas, has just reopened after a  €20 million renovation. 


Located in one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in Dubrovnik, it is being promoted as one of the finest places to stay in the medieval city.

Featuring 310 luxury rooms and suites, Rixos Premium Dubrovnik is built into a cliff in a secluded bay. 
Dubrovnik's popular Old Town is a 15-minute stroll away. 

Facilities spread over 14 cascaded floors include three bars and restaurants, a 2000 sqm spa and a large indoor and outdoor pool. 

There are sea views from the rooms, bars and restaurant terraces. Around the building, a series of stone terraces step down and provide direct access for guests looking to swim in the sea. 

A casino provides "fun and entertainment" in the evening. Hmm.

The three restaurants are overseen by executive chef Ozgur Donteras, including Umi Teppanyaki, the only Japanese show restaurant in the Dalmatian region. 

The renovated Anjana Spa spreads over two floors with two saunas, steam room, an igloo, Turkish bath, Himalayan salt room, shock pool, large indoor and outdoor pools and an extensive gym. 

Room rates start from £250 for a double room including breakfast. The Dubrovnik Rixos is part of the multinational Rixos Group which is part of the Accor hotel brand. Rixos hotels are currently located in Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Croatia, Switzerland, Russia and Kazakhstan.

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