This well-established hotel cascades down the peninsula, with stunning sea views to either side is a great choice for a relaxed holiday.
The Hotel Croatia is built on a peninsula looking out to sea to the islands on one side and to the bay of Cavtat on the other. Its stunning setting can be enjoyed throughout the hotel, and its terrace has particularly fine views of the Adriatic.
Guests can swim in the sea from rocks or the seafront terraces, reached by paths leading through the woods. The Hotel Croatia also boasts an excellent outdoor pool, as well as an indoor pool and superlative spa facilities.
All of the comfortable rooms offer excellent facilities, and many of the suites have spacious balconies with beautiful sea views. There are quite a lot of steps, so it is not ideal for those with difficulty in walking, but the hotel building does have lifts and there is a golf buggy service from reception down to sea level on request.
Transfer & distances
Dubrovnik Airport to Cavtat resort is 5km (approx.10 minutes by car).
Total rooms: 487 rooms including suites.
All of the attractive rooms are:
- air conditioned
- with balcony,
- flat screen TV,
- wi-fi internet access,
- en suite bath, shower and WC.
- Bathrobes and slippers are provided for guests’ use.
- Outdoor seawater swimming pool with children’s pool,
- indoor seawater swimming pool,
- seafront sunbathing/ swimming terraces,
- buffet and a la carte restaurants,
- piano bar with live music,
- Dubrovnik café,
- wi-fi internet access,
- children’s playground,
- kids’ club (June - September),
- fitness room, sauna, steam room.
Facilities subject to additional charge:
- Babysitting on request,
- Health and beauty treatments in spa,
- tennis courts,
- jet ski,
- diving, snorkelling, sea kayak,
- internet access from computer in lobby.
The sleepy resort of Cavtat is set in a picturesque bay less than 10 miles from Dubrovnik - it is the ideal choice for those who want to make the most of the beautiful sunny climate and combine sightseeing with relaxation.
Cavtat sits dreamily on the southern shores of the Rat peninsula, looking across the bay to the wooded peninsula of Sustjepan. Traditional stone houses with their red roofs emerge from cypress and pine trees surveying the clear waters of the Adriatic. The seafront promenade, which is free from cars during the summer months, is shaded by mature palm trees. Here you will find a number of laid-back bars and restaurants, which line the waterfront, where you can enjoy everything from pizza to local Dalmatian specialities and freshly-caught fish.