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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 888 Reviews
One of my favourite
Reviewed 2 days ago

I've been in this hotel few times now. Last visit was a week ago. It was my birthday and they surprised me with cake- what a nice gesture. Anyway- rooms are great (probably the best I've been in), staff is awesome, and hotel facilities are undeniably one of the best you can get.
As I said, it wasn't my first visit there (I think it was 4th), and surely it isn't last one either. Looking forward to go there again.
Pure 5* expirience

New and modern hotel
Reviewed 4 days ago

The lobby is grand and well-designed. It has a beautiful swimming pool and a gymnasium as well as sauna room on the ground floor. There is even an indoor pool.
Room is spacious and well decorated. They provide tea/coffee sachets and drinking water. There is a bathtub in the washroom. The internet WIFI is fast with 48 Mbps download speed. The room is also equipped with electric kettle, safe-box, hair-dryer and a fridge. Bed is very comfortable. But there is no heater in the room.
Breakfast is good with wide selection of cuisine, mostly western. There is a wide variety of fruits, pastries and beverage. Staffs are friendly.
We enjoyed our stay here.

Pleasant Hotel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our group of 50 from Cape Town, South Africa stayed at this hotel for three days. A very spacious modern hotel with top class facilities. We were in a sea facing standard room which was very spacious and comfortable. Suprise, suprise the room had an iron and ironing board in the room which was very helpful. We are not the finicky, nit picking type. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was good, what more can one ask for ? Supper no complaints. Thoroughly enjoyed the different soups everyday. Meals and deserts were lovely.
Thoroughly enjoyed the gym, spa and indoor pool. Great location opposite the beach, a short walk away. Took a dip within minutes from arriving. Ten to fifteen minutes away from the historical city center. Will definitely come back for a longer stay.
Muinuddin Mullajee, Cape Town, South Africa.

Bad food
Reviewed 1 month ago

My wife and I stayed in this hotel with a tour group of 19 tourists in Nov 2018. We had booked a buffer dinner but the hotel cancelled the buffer booking on us when we arrived due to inadequate number of customers, other than us. Set meals, either fish or steak, were provided instead. However, the food quality was extremely bad and you couldn’t accept it even by fast food standard, not to mention it was a 5-star hotel. As a hotel, it is totally ok. But I will not recommend anyone to dine here. Food was just way, way, way too bad.

Not impressed at all
Reviewed 1 month ago

Dubrovnik and the surrounding area have so many beautiful hotels, and I chose this one just because of the desire to stay loyal to the Marriott, whose hotels I use whenever I can. Unfortunately, this time, loyalty did not pay off. I was staying in this hotel few years ago and there were some problems with the services, but I was hoping that enough time had passed and that these problems have been solved. I was so wrong - the problems are still there, moreover – there are more problems now.
Let's go with some positive things:
The reception staff is politer than the last time; I was especially impressed by the car parking service that worked flawlessly. The design of the rooms is modern, functional and aesthetically pleasing. The entire design of the hotel is exceptionally beautiful, and the big plus is the location on the seaside and the relative vicinity of Dubrovnik. Unfortunately, the positive impressions stop here.
Negativity:
Wi-Fi was disastrous. If I did not have my mobile internet access, I would be totally excluded from the digital world.
The spa center is very badly maintained. The first day in the relax zone was no clean glasses, a five-year-old kid ran through the saunas, and one shower near the sauna smelled disgustingly.
The breakfast at the restaurant is excellent and I have no objections to it. The dinner buffet is OK but just OK - nothing spectacular. What I do not recommend is a la carte dinner. The dishes are imaginative, but the quality and presentation do not justify their price. In Dubrovnik we ate very similar things in the top restaurants, which were far better presented, delicious and far cheaper.
And finally - loyalty. As a gold member I did not get any upgrade or even welcome gift. Moreover, they gave me only half of the points I had to get. After I asked them for correction, I got the answer that it is not their job.
To conclude, two trials were enough. If few years was not enough for them to adopt standards, I would rather stay in an independent hotel that justifies its price through quality.