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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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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.


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.

How to Get There

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


4.5 Very Good 921 Reviews
Bewere they will place you in the basement !!!
Reviewed 19 hours ago

Hotel is new , very clean and well located.
Generally really nice.
However , I have issue with trust To Sheraton brand, due to the way they treated as with room allocation.

What you see on my pictures is the Sheratons Dubrovnik Version of the Superior Sea View that we’ve booked online for 5 nights.

It could be either basement or third floor it’s up to Sheraton staff discretion.
To get to basement you need to use 2 sets of elevators, first you go up than walk to another wing than elevator to -1 which is really time consuming.
As Sheraton staff said it is filling the standard a Superior Room with the Sea View it’s big and you have a glimpse of sea.
Sheraton staff informed us the the pile of rubble we see is good for us as it will be a great landscape in few months.
So If you’re not a fan of complaining , like for example most single women travelers aren’t , you will end up in the basement as we did.
Pretty mean.
Maybe the staff like to to feel important or maybe they want to extort a tip, I don’t know.
Fact is as follows:thy allocated us such a crappy room despite the fact that the hotel was half empty on our arrival due to cold and rain 80% of the time.
I didn’t complain at the start as the stay was a gift from my girlfriend so I thought maybe she picked the cheapest option, I went mad when I found out how much our basement stay was on our last day!
My Advice: don’t trust Sheraton brand , it turned out to be a rip-off as any one else.
Internet booking are non refundable mostly so you are left with no option but to take what they give you no returns no refund take it or leave it either way no money back.
One more thing: taxi from Dubrovnik International Airport is approximately 12 € Sheraton will charge you 35€ each way.
Good luck.
Just a little warning, it’s not nice to feel ripped off so I wanted to share the warning.

Beautiful Un-Spoilt Location
Reviewed 21 hours ago

This is our second visit to the Sheraton and although it was early season and the weather was up & down
we had a great time.
Staff were so nice and helpful as usual,
Restaurant : Ivo, Anna, Emir,
Bar : Lea, Gerry, Joseph, Ivan, Check in staff and many more..!
If you take the time to get to know the staff they most helpful in all matters, where to eat, places to visit..
This is a very quiet un spoilt place with lots of places to visit and plenty of places to eat.
See you in September...(*J*)
Mr & Mrs Woods

Wonderful Stay
Reviewed 22 hours ago

This is a beautiful hotel about a 15-20 minute drive to Dubrovnik Old Town. The service was top notch as were the facilities. Everything was kept immaculate. Breakfast options were fantastic. We stayed just prior to the start of the summer season so things were a bit low key. I can’t say what it would be like in the area during high season. We took Uber back/forth to the Old City (130 Kuna each way). It was nice to be away from the crowds at the end of the day. Front desk staff were great with special thanks to Dario (sp?) who helped set up a day trip to Montenegro

Ignore all the negative comments
Reviewed 1 day ago

I cannot understand how anyone can criticise this Hotel. The staff, bedroom (deluxe sea view) all excellent. Our room attendant Marija was absolutely superb and such a lovely lady and our room was spotlessly clean as was the rest of the Hotel. Never stayed anywhere so clean. The staff on reception were so helpful and couldn't do enough to help. If there was a negative I suppose it was the buffet at night which we only sampled once as prefer to eat out at night. Breakfast was good with plenty of choice. Lovely location.

Fabulous hotel with great staff, away from the tourist madness of Dubrovnik
Reviewed 6 days ago

My wife and I stayed here for three nights at the end of a week long road trip around Croatia and Bosnia. We drove down the beautiful Dalmation coast from Split staying on the 8 all the way. It is a very busy road which means it isn't particularly fast , but the wonderful scenery more than makes up for this. You cross over the huge Franjo Tudjman Bridge and look down over the cruise port and the Dubrovnik city walls before completing last few KM to Mlini.

We arrived at the hotel at 1515 and were checked in by a lovely helpful young lady called Ivana. We had checked in online and everything was sorted prior to our arrival. The keys to a fabulous upgraded room 321 on the top floor with a great sea and pool view were handed over to us. Ivana told us lots about the hotel and the surrounding area, and set the tone for the standard of the staff. Throughout our stay, without exception, everyone was friendly and went out of their way to help.

The room was clean, quiet and very comfortable, it had all of the usual Marriott trimmings and also a huge bathtub, which we really like. There was also a nice gift waiting for us in the room. A nice raspberry muffin, some raspberries and a thick raspberry smoothie. Good job we like raspberries. ;-)

Even though the hotel was quite busy, we had three excellent, undisturbed nights sleep.

We had breakfast in the hotel each morning, the selection was fantastic - clearly catering for a number of nationalities. The local cuisine was particularly good, with different dishes each morning. It appears that the staple clientele at this time of year is tour buses - there were at least five in each night we stayed. This makes timing of visiting the restaurants important if you don't want it to be too busy, but having said that, the staff were wonderful, clearing tables and restocking the buffet items to make sure guests were well looked after.

The pool area is great, and the sunbeds are plentiful. There is also an indoor pool but we didn't use that.

The hotel is a fair bit out of the melee that is the centre of Dubrovnik. This was a huge plus for us, but might not suit everyone. There are plenty of restaurants and a large shopping complex in walking distance, the a good bus and water taxi service to Tourist Central.

The bay is just step from the hotel with a stony beach.

A 'must do', if you get chance, is to walk the short distance to the abandoned Hotel Goricina / Kupari resort, which used to be a huge upscale resort complex used by the Yugoslav Army officers as a retreat. There were five huge hotels and lots of ancillary buildings, as well as a very nice beach. It was very badly damaged in the war, but there is an awful lot left intact and it remains to this day. Just turn left out of the hotel and walk up a concrete path off to the right a few metres toward the bay.

In conclusion, i have absolutely nothing negative to say about this hotel, and would certainly return if we go back to Dubrovnik.