Where To Stay In Dubrovnik Croatia: Our Dubrovnik Accommodation Guide

Where To Stay In Dubrovnik

Trying to decide where to stay in Dubrovnik can be confusing as you have a few choices to make. From hotels to apartments, from staying in the Old Town or surrounding areas. So where to stay in Dubrovnik? Here are our recommendations and Dubrovnik Accommodation Guide…

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Where To Stay In Dubrovnik?
Booking Accommodation In Dubrovnik
Accommodation Guides

  • Absolute Splurge
  • Luxe For Less
  • Hotels In Dubrovnik Under $150/night

Where To Stay In Dubrovnik? 

Old Town Dubrovnik

View Of Dubrovnik

There are actually a number of areas to choose from when deciding where to stay in Dubrovnik. Of course you have the Old Town, then you also have the surrounding areas of Ploce, Lapad, Babin Kuk, and Gruz.

The Old Town is a great choice if you want to live in the history and stunning architecture of Dubrovnik. Also great if you want to feel like you’re living in Game of Thrones, as, if you didn’t already know, parts of the popular tv show are filmed here. If you want to spend most of your time in the Old Town it’s a good choice, but keep in mind it will be the busiest and noisiest area to stay in. Your hotel may have tourists, restaurants or bars surrounding it, which may mean noise until at least midnight. Depending on your hotel or specific location within the Old Town, this may or may not be an issue.

Ploce is located just outisde the Ploce Gate to the Old Town. Right near Banje Beach, Ploce continues along the coast. This is a fantastic area as you will most likely get views of the Old Town, be close to the beach and be able to walk to the Old Town. You will also have less tourists directly around your hotel and therefore outside noise shouldn’t be an issue.

From Lapad and Babin Kuk, you can still easily reach the Old Town by bus, but will be in a quieter area. There are a lot of hotels in these areas, so you may get more value for money. There are also beach areas and hiking paths. This area would also be great for families.

Gruz is home to Gruz Port, an area where cruise ships dock and where you may catch a ferry to the islands. So staying here if you are coming from or going to the islands is very convenient. It also has a small town local feel about it.

Booking Accommodation In Dubrovnik

Walls Of Dubrovnik

When booking accommodation in Dubrovnik, there are two main websites that I use.

Booking.com

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Airbnb

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Dubrovnik Accommodation Guides

We have put together a guide of our favourite accommodation in Dubrovnik from our experience of our time there and research. I love to spend time making sure I’ve chosen the best place to stay, I think it makes such a difference for your holiday. But, I also know how time consuming this process can get, so that’s why I’m sharing what I think are the best picks for Dubrovnik. Some of the things I look for when choosing hotels for this guide are location, design, service, facilities and guest experience.

Please note: Prices below were based on peak season, per night and are in Australian Dollars. Prices were correct at the time of publishing this article.

Absolute Splurge: Luxury Accommodation In Dubrovnik

Ploce

Villa Dubrovnik | from $950 | Check Prices

Villa Dubrovnik Croatia

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Villa Orsula | from $1341 | Check Prices

Villa Orsula Dubrovnik Croatia

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Hotel Excelsior | from $634 | Check Prices

Hotel Excelsior Dubrovnik Croatia

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Lapad

Hotel Dubrovnik Palace | from $483 | Check Prices

Hotel Dubrovnik Palace

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Babin Kuk

Valamar Dubrovnik President Hotel | from $436 | Check Prices

Valamar Dubrovnik President Hotel

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Royal Blue Hotel | from $437 | Check Prices

Royal Blue Hotel Dubrovnik

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Old Town

Boutique Hotel Stari Grad | from $549 | Check Prices

Boutique Hotel Stari Grad

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The Pucic Palace | from $587 | Check Prices

The Pucic Palace Dubrovnik

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Luxe For Less

Lapad

Hotel Kompas | from $415 | Check Prices

Hotel Kompas Dubrovnik

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Babin Kuk

Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik | from $313 | Check Prices

Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik

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Hotel Neptun Dubrovnik | from $356 | Check Prices

Hotel Neptun Dubrovnik

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Orasac

Sun Gardens Dubrovnik | from $356 | Check Prices

Sun Gardens Dubrovnik

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Old Town

Rooms Klarisa Palace | from $285 | Check Prices

Rooms Klarisa Palace Dubrovnik

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Fresh Sheets Kathedral Dubrovnik | from $270 | Check Prices

Fresh Sheets Dubrovnik Kathedral

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Apartments & Rooms Malo More | from $294 | Check Prices

Apartments and rooms Malo More

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Hotels In Dubrovnik under $250/night

Old Town

Apartments Le Petit Nono | from $250 | Check Prices

Apartments Le Petit Nono Dubrovnik

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Apartments St. Michel | from $180 | Check Prices

Gruz

Hotel Adria | from $224 | Check Prices

Apartment Denis | from $167 | Check Prices (please note this price is for a 2 bedroom apartment)

Lapad

Flowers Dubrovnik Luxury Apartments | from $441 | Check Prices (please note this price is for a 2 bedroom apartment)

Dubrovnik Luxury Residence – L’Orangerie | from $233 | Check Prices

Babin Kuk

Apartment No. 5 | from $369 | Check Prices (please note this price is for a 2 bedroom apartment)

Apartments Sandro Solitudo | from $95 | Check Prices

We will continually update this post to make sure we’re recommending the best Dubrovnik Accommodation, to help you choose where to stay in Dubrovnik.

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What’s your pick of where to stay in Dubrovnik? Let us know if you have any questions in the comments below…

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