A well-established hotel offering good value within easy reach of the old town, the Hotel Lero has been recently refurbished and offers comfortable, modern accommodation and a friendly welcome in a convenient location.
Its setting provides the best of both worlds - proximity to the old town for keen sightseers, and also to the beach for sun-seekers. The hotel is a pleasant 20 minutes’ walk from the old town, and buses pass by for those who prefer to use public transport - Dubrovnik’s regular bus services make it very easy to get around and explore the area.
The hotel offers a good range of amenities, including an outdoor swimming pool, ideal for cooling off after a busy day’s sightseeing. As well as the main restaurant where breakfast is served as an open buffet, the hotel also boasts a speciality Bosnian restaurant, for those who would like to discover its delicious cuisine.
Transfer & distances
300 metres from beach, 5 minutes’ walk from old town.
Approximately 30 minutes transfer by car from Dubrovnik Airport.
Total room: 155 rooms.
All rooms feature complementary Wi-Fi, SAT TV with flat LED screen, air-conditioning with individual control, mini bar, electric kettle, tea and coffee facilities, direct dial telephone, electronic safe deposit box, desk console, wardrobe/closet, bathroom with a bathtub or a shower, hairdryer, bathrobe, slippers and toiletries. Many of these rooms include partial views of the Adriatic Sea as well.
Modern and bright Classic Rooms are designed to encourage relaxation and enjoyment during your Dubrovnik holiday, while providing you with a space to work, if needed.
- Air conditioned rooms
- wi-fi internet access,
- safety deposit box,
- en suite shower and WC.
- Outdoor swimming pool,
- restaurant, bar.
Facilities subject to charge
- Entrance to spa and treatments.
Dubrovnik is sure to take your breath away - the pale stone of the ancient city walls and ornate pires stretching above the red roofs, surrounded by the sparkling waters of the Adriatic. It is no surprise that it is known as ‘the pearl of the Adriatic’
Dubrovnik’s picture-postcard looks and her idyllic location have been attracting visitors for centuries. The old walled city, with its charming piazzas and narrow streets linked by steep steps, is protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. For the best views over the coast, take a walk right around the city walls, which run for just under two kilometres and are 25 metres high at their highest point.
As you wander the streets of the old town you will find new discoveries at every twist and turn. Start by walking along the Stradun, the main street, paved with gleaming marble and lined with enticing boutiques and welcoming cafes. Shop for local handicrafts, candied orange peel or fresh fruit at the morning market. One of the things which makes Dubrovnik so special is its seafront location. The old town is on a peninsula with beaches to either side, making it easy to combine sightseeing with swimming in the beautiful, crystal-clear waters and soaking up the sun.
Within easy reach of the old town of Dubrovnik.