The Top Five Luxury Hotels in Croatia


Turquoise waters, abundant historical sights, and delectable Mediterranean food and wine are just some of the reasons that an increasing number of people are visiting Croatia each year. Croatia was the first European country to establish commercial naturist resorts, so it should definitely be on your must-visit list if you live the naturist life. There’s a wide range of accommodation available in the country, but Croatia’s luxury hotels represent some of the finest in Europe.

Here are the top five luxury hotels in Croatia.

1. Hotel Monte Mulini

Hotel Monte Mulini Rovinj

Not far from the Adriatic Sea, beaches, and the lush forests of Croatia’s national park sits Hotel Monte Mulini, a chic modern resort situated next to Rovinj. The decor here is effortlessly stylish and the rooms have just about every modern amenity that one could want. Flat screen televisions, free WiFi, minibars, and deluxe sitting areas are just a few of the perks. There are also suites at Hotel Monte Mulini that offer stunning views of the sea.

A gourmet Mediterranean restaurant, waterfront bars, impressive wine cellar, sparkling indoor and outdoor pools, and a workout room are located on the property. There’s also an on-site spa that offers rejuvenating massages, a sauna, and a whirlpool. Try the hotel’s olive oil tasting if you’re a foodie, and if you love the outdoors, grab a free rental bike from the hotel and go exploring all of the natural beauty that Croatia has to offer. Nightly rates to stay at Hotel Monte Mulini start at $410.

2. Royal Princess Hotel

Royal Princess Croatia

The Royal Princess Hotel is a beachfront resort that’s less than five miles from the Walls of Dubrovnik, ancient stone walls that have surrounded the area of southern Croatia since the 7th century. This upscale hotel has plenty of excellent amenities, including an on site restaurant that features a bar, lounge, and terrace with a great view of the sea. There’s also a world class fitness center, pool, and spa. A laundry service, concierge, and room service are available for those who truly want to be treated like royalty during their stay.

Guests at the Royal Princess Hotel get to enjoy a free breakfast spread and rooms with private gardens, free WiFi, tea and coffeemakers, sweeping balconies, and minibars. Upgrade to the Presidential Suite, and you’ll receive a room with a private jacuzzi, fireplace, sauna, and a second balcony complete with luxurious sun loungers. You can book a night at the Royal Princess Hotel for $310 and up.

3. Villa Dubrovnik

Villa Dubrovnik

If you want to splurge on your vacation to Croatia, reserve a suite at the Villa Dubrovnik. This incredible hotel sits on a cliff that overlooks the Island of Lokrum and the Adriatic Sea. It also stands just over one mile from the Rector’s Palace, a significant historic and cultural remnant from the 14th century. The hotel itself is an elegant retreat that is perfect for anyone looking for peace, privacy, and relaxation. Villa Dubrovnik’s spa, Villa Spa, is a wellness club where you can receive groundbreaking European treatments and massages.

There’s a range of rooms available at Villa Dubrovnik, from spacious standard suites to upgraded accommodation that features living room quarters, hot tubs, and whirlpool spas. Guests who want to spread out a bit or those who come with a large party can reserve the hotel’s three bedroom deluxe villa. The service at this hotel is friendly, hospitable, and the staff aim to please. Whether you need dry cleaning, room service, or the assistance of an expert concierge, they’ve got you covered. Nightly rates at Villa Dubrovnik start at $550.

4. Villa Orsula

Villa Orsula

For the ultimate in luxury and pampering, head to Villa Orsula. This Croatian resort is breathtaking inside and out, and embodies the melding of old world architecture with modern styling and amenities. Villa Orsula is located less than two miles from the Island of Lokrum and offers a wealth of on-site entertainment. The hotel’s sophisticated modern bar serves up delicious drinks and live music acts, and there’s also a cozy library and gourmet restaurant on site. Guests at Villa Orsula also receive complimentary access to the Hotel Excelsior’s spa and wellness center, which is situated right next door.

This beachfront hotel offers amazing views of the sea and rooms that come complete with minibars, free internet access, room service, and more. There are 11 rooms and 2 suites at Villa Orsula, which makes this boutique property the ideal getaway for those looking for seclusion or an intimate setting. Little details such as the luxury toiletries, carefully arranged breakfast buffet, and highly attentive service make staying at Villa Orsula special. The cost to stay at Villa Orsula is far from affordable at $1,250 per night and up, but the experience is well worth its price.

5. Hotel Bellevue

Hotel Bellevue Croatia

Located in Mali Losinj is the Hotel Bellevue. It’s a top pick for visitors who want to go sightseeing in the area, as it’s located less than two miles from the Losinj Museum and about three miles from Podjavori park. Hotel Bellevue provides luxury, comfort, and a beautifully detailed interior. It is exactly what one would expect from a modern European resort: vivid, well equipped, and complete with a host of incredible amenities. Hotel Bellevue has its own private beach, sports courts, a large fitness center, salon, shopping boutique, relaxing spa, and indoor and outdoor pools. As if that weren’t enough, this resort also has three bars and two on site restaurants.

The suites at Hotel Bellevue are spacious and include living rooms, terraces with lounge furniture, flat screen televisions, free WiFi, and minibars. The large in-suite bathrooms have heated floors and other designer touches. Hotel Bellevue’s upgraded Presidential Suite has a marble bathroom, kitchen, and full bar, while the junior suites have private outdoor hot tubs on the terraces. Breakfast is complimentary and includes an array of delicious dishes that provide an excellent start to any morning. The attentive staff really makes the difference at Hotel Bellevue, and personalized service is what brings visitors here instead of the many other resorts in the area. Nightly rates at Hotel Bellevue start at $300.

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