Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel
What We Love
- A beautiful new beach hotel on the Dubrovnik Riviera, with breakfast includedStrolling down to the beach, where you'll find white sands and a vast turquoise horizon
- Touring Srebreno to spot where some of the most famous Game of Thrones scenes were filmed
- Staying in a tranquil oasis of calm, a short drive from the sights and sounds of UNESCO-listed Old City of Dubrovnik
What To Know
- The hotel opened in summer 2015
- The wellness center has tennis courts, Pilates and yoga studios, a state-of-the-art gym and heated indoor and outdoor pools
- There are four on-site restaurants and bars to choose from
Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel, on Croatia’s stunning Dalmatian Coast, is a newly opened hotel along the beachfront, overlooking the Adriatic Sea in Srebreno. This modern pad opened its doors in the summer of 2015 and provides a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of the country’s busier, tourist-filled destinations. Here, you can indulge in a truly relaxing escape, with a beautiful beach on your doorstep and delicious independent restaurants and historic sights nearby.
Lush green gardens envelop the resort, running right down to the picture-perfect beach. Shine Spa sees to all of your much-needed vacation pampering, and a fifteen-minute drive will take you into the center of historic Dubrovnik, the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” where you can sample some of the finest Croatian and international culinary delights in chic restaurants and cafés. Mlini, a rustic village known for its fishing and tumbling green hillsides, is a 20-minute walk around the bay.
All guest rooms feature the hotel’s signature Sweet Sleeper bed, with soft bed linens and a supremely comfortable mattress. Economy rooms feature traditional artwork and a luxury bathroom, with a relaxing bathtub and walk-in shower. Superior Side Sea View rooms include all of the plush modern amenities you could wish for, with bright windows overlooking the landscape gardens, courtyard and resort grounds. Situated on the higher floors, Deluxe rooms are spacious, comfortable and just a bit more exquisite.
Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel houses four bars and restaurants. The Sheraton Paired serves fresh small plates with premium wines and craft beers. Leut, the resort’s exclusive restaurant, offers international and authentic local dishes with breathtaking views over the Adriatic. After a long day on the beach, the Piano Bar and the Pool Bar Pinija will see to all of your cocktail needs.
The full-service Shine Spa for Sheraton tempts with a range of rejuvenating and relaxing treatments. There are even indulgent couples massage on offer for lovebirds. Alongside the tennis courts and pilates and yoga studio in the hotel’s wellness center, you’ll find a spacious state-of-the-art gym and heated indoor and outdoor pools.
Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel is situated in Srebreno, on Croatia’s stunning Dalmatian Coast, overlooking the Adriatic Sea. This is the perfect spot for a relaxing escape, with a beautiful beach on your doorstep and delicious independent restaurants and historic sights nearby. A fifteen-minute drive will take you into the center of historic Dubrovnik, the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” where you can sample some of the finest Croatian and international culinary delights in chic restaurants and cafés. Mlini, a rustic village known for its fishing and tumbling green hillsides, is a 20-minute walk around the bay.
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Just back from an 11 night break at this beautiful hotel.The rooms are very large and the Delux with sea view is well worth the extra.were half board and were not too keen on the buffet dinners on the first few nights. So we spoke to resception and they gave us a voucher to use at the al la carte Luna mare which is on the beach front just in front of the pool area.The choice of menu there was great an the allowance of 150 Hk per person.ment we could get a 2 or 3 course meal. You have to pay for the drinks which is not included in the voucher. We noticed a great improvement at breakfast and dinner later in our stay. That much so we ate at the buffet for the last 4 nights. Done let the other reviews put you off going to this hotel half board. All you need to do is make it known to the management if your nor happy and they are only too pleased to put things right.The hotel is in a great away from the city area and there are lots of bars on the beach front were you can get a cheaper drink than in the hotel. Be careful with the wine prices they are a bit steep in the hotel. It is a 5 star hotel with 5 star service and we were sad to leave. Thank you to all the staff and please keep up the standards we had after the first few days.
We stayed here for a seven day break and I have to say we thoroughly enjoyed our stay!
The hotel backs onto the sea front and affords great views of the surrounding mountains!
There are ample bars and restaurants nearby although some are a twenty minute walk to the nearby resort of milni!
The hotel itself is very new and the rooms and facilities are very modern! The pool and pool area are great with enough sun beds to go around! There is also a gym and indoor pool and spar treatments are available!
We stayed on a bed and breakfast basis and we had no complaints about the food at all! There is a wide range of foods to chose from!
But what made the stay for us was the service from the hotel staff! They really do look after you! I want to give a particular mention to a guy called Josip who works in the hotels sea front restaurant - he was brilliant so polite and helpful and made us feel really special!!! We only ate there on our last night, had we have known how good it was we would have ate there more!!
Our summary would be - don’t hesitate book it!!!!
Had a 3 night stay here. The hotel is a short drive away from the airport, about 15 minutes or so. Parking at the hotel is free which is nice, in an underground lot. We arrived at the hotel around 2 am and check in was pretty quick. The check in associate was awesome (and I feel really bad that I do not remember his name). He was welcoming and enthusiastic even at 2 am. Had us quickly checked in. One of our rooms was upgraded to a suite which was pretty nice. The rooms are well designed and very comfortable.
The views from our room were absolutely gorgeous. Breakfast was provided as part of being a platinum member. The room had outlets, decent wifi and a great bathroom. Breakfast was usually busy and service was hit or miss on all 3 days. The food quality was decent but definitely not up the caliber of a hotel like this. There was a good variety of items but nothing really hit the spot. You could also order fresh squeezed orange juice from the kitchen but it always took a while to arrive due to service.
Overall though this was a really nice hotel. I would definitely stay here again. Just note that while the name of the hotel says Dubrovnik, its not in the city of Dubrovnik but about a 20-30 minute drive away. We had a car and it worked fine for us in the end and the drive to Dubrovnik from the hotel is a pretty one. Free parking is also great because parking in actual Dubrovnik is just insane. Hope to be back again some day.
Hotel is stylish with friendly staff and the rooms are very clean with big comfy beds. Pool area is fabulous with plenty of sun beds and shades, there is beach access. Breakfast was ok but the buffet in the evening was poor with food being over cooked and dishes not being replenished. Hotel caters for a lot of tour groups who only spend one night and that reflects in care not being taken. Drinks in the hotel bar are expensive but there are bars and restaurants nearby.
Nice hotel, good location, rooms and pool areas as reported by other travellers. Only shame is the food. Breakfast is OK as there’s plenty of choice but we went for the half board option. The first night we thought maybe it was just an off night but we gave up after the second night and have eaten out for the remainder of our weeks stay. The evening meals in the main restaurant are buffet, so should be plenty of options. Unfortunately it was bland and dry and the chefs occasionally stirring the dishes didn’t liven them up any. We’re absolutely not food snobs but the evening meals just aren’t commensurate with the rest of the hotel. Fortunately lots of other restaurants nearby and in Dubrovnik town to choose from.