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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
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Overview

A new five-star just down the coast from historic Dubrovnik, with breakfast and optional sea views

The Lowdown

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.

Rooms

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.

Dining

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.

Spa

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.

Location

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.

How to Get There

Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel
Setaliste Dr. F. Tudmana 17
Srebreno, 20207 United States

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 899 Reviews
Nice hotel
Reviewed 4 days ago

As it’s family of a well known Chain hotel Sheraton Dubrovnik live up to its name and standard. It has one of the nicest and the best breakfast buffet spread in my whole entire trip and I’m glad we are staying there for 2 nights. Locations not fantastic though

Excellent hotel with nice pool and beach.
Reviewed 1 week ago

The big question is whether to stay here or closer to the old town. I debated between the Hilton Old Town and this Sheraton (to redeem points) and chose Sheraton. I think it depends how many days you have in Dubv. We had 3 days and the Sheraton was perfect. We had 2 days of pool/beach lounging time and a day of old town. I was surprised at how small Dubv’s old town is. A day I thought was plenty enough.

Sheraton itself is modern and its beachfront location is ideal. It has nice pool (although was a bit cold even in August) but I was surprised how decent the beach in front of Sheraton was. Beach chairs were free to use and there was a small promenade with some restaurants/coffee/gelato/dessert places. You could rent water sport equipment a few meters down the path. There is also a small shopping center and other restaurants near the hotel. We took the bus a couple of times, the first time it came in 5 minutes, and the next time we waited like 40 minutes. Uber is a better option.

relax hotel
Reviewed 2 months ago

We spent some day in hotel. Room had see view. Staff is great on all levels. Hotel is cca 100 m from see so was great to walk. Breakfast was very good and very pleasant staff on bar afternoon. Also peoplecon reception were profesional.

Good Hotel - Friendly Staff
Reviewed 2 months ago

Very nice hotel. When driving up to the hotel the building itself appears rather ordinary. Once inside the lobby and downstairs area is nice, more businesslike than exotic, and the color scheme is rather drab. However, we found the staff to be especially friendly and helpful. Our room was excellent. We were upgraded to a suite and had two balconies with different views (one of the pool/ocean, and the other of the ocean). The room had the same drab color scheme, but it was very nice.

The location of the hotel is good. It's only about a 10 - 15 minute drive from the airport, and about a 10 minute drive to Old Town Dubrovnik. The only downside is one must drive to Old Town. However, the hotel staff gave us some good advise of driving to the top of the cable car and parking there (which was free) and taking the cable car down to Old Town. It made it very easy.

The price of the hotel was decent and I would stay here again without any hesitation.

Almost 5 stars
Reviewed 2 months ago

We chose to stay at the Sheraton as it was better value than one of the hotels close to Old Town. We had a car so the 10 minute drive was not a problem - we did take the bus to town once and it was convenient and cheap £4 for two of us. The bus stop is just 5 mins walk from the hotel.

The hotel offers free parking so that was another bonus.

We stayed in an executive suite because there was a good offer at the time, one of the advantages of going in the winter months. The room was on the first floor, a bit disappointing as it limited our view and I'm sure the hotel was not full (especially as we arrived on 31st Dec and the hotel was closing by 6th Jan). Even at breakfast the hotel was no where near full. Also, for an executive suite, which is only second to the presidential suite in the range of rooms on offer, the view was not as spectacular as I hoped after reading some of the reviews on TA. Not a major problem but I would have expected the suites to have better views than the less expensive rooms.

The suite itself was lovely, so much space and even a separate WC toilet from the main bathroom. Our housekeeper kept us supplied with complimentary water and also drop us a nice welcome choclate treat on our first night.

We didnt make use of the gym or pool, but did visit the spa for a couple treatment. Ivana and Ines were our masseuses, they were very nice and looked after us well.

The only other thing that surprised us in a bad way was the breakfast. As the hotel was closing on the 6th Jan, we found the buffet options gradually reducing every day, and due to little guests the food would be cooked at 6am and left there until 10am. I think the hotel should opt for an a la carte breakfast when there are so little guests, I imagine it would result in a less waste and a better experience for the guests. We stayed at another hotel during our trip to Dubrovnik and they did exactly that. It was the best breakfast of the trip, freshly cooked and order whatever you want as much as you want in true buffet style.

On the last note, we found all staff except one gentleman at reception who was always greeting us with a smile, and enthusiastic to help. The one guy who didnt seem to care too much for our stay, gave off a pretty negative vibe but thankfully we only ran into him on one of our six days.