Featured hotels in Dalmatia

  • £138

    Average price per night

    Hotel Neptun Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik
    9.1 Superb 1,762 reviews
    Description Renovated in 2015, Hotel Neptun Dubrovnik is a peaceful beach-front property on the Lapad Peninsula. Surrounded by fragrant pine trees, it boasts magnificent panoramic sea views.
    Review

    "The view - absolutely amazing. The staff was nice and very helpful. It's also nice that the facilities are shared with the other hotels."

    Paulo. Poland
  • £185

    Average price per night

    Hotel Dubrovnik Palace, Dubrovnik
    9.1 Superb 1,633 reviews
    Description Situated in the Lapad Peninsula, Hotel Dubrovnik Palace offers a beach and a scuba diving centre.
    Review

    "Breakfast is good. The swimming pools of outdoor and indoor are great! The hotel gave us a bottle of champagne for our honeymoon gift.:)) And they're so nice have chocolate time and tea time for guest~~..."

    Yenchiu. France
  • £122

    Average price per night

    Hotel Kompas, Dubrovnik
    9.2 Superb 1,096 reviews
    Description Overlooking the sea in the beautiful Lapad Bay, the Kompas hotel can be found near a pebbly beach and the popular promenade, only a 15-minute bus ride from Dubrovnik's Old Town.
    Review

    "Exceeded expectations, everything on a level of 5 star hotel, from modern, comfortamble design, amazing breakfast, extra soft beds, great bars, very clean rooms and friendly stuff"

    Anastasia. Italy
  • £164

    Average price per night

    TUI BLUE Jadran, Tučepi
    9.5 Exceptional 126 reviews
    Description The 5-star TUI BLUE Jadran hotel is located on a secluded beach in Tučepi. Its stylish rooms and suites are accompanied by 3 outdoor pools, 3 restaurants and a spa centre.
    Review

    "Beautiful holiday. Perfect meal. Kind and helpfull staff. Beach with sunbeds always available. Simply five starrs hotel. Reccomend room with sea view."

    Dalibor. Slovakia
  • £81

    Average price per night

    Hotel Ora, Split
    9.3 Superb 309 reviews
    Description Located in Split, about 2 km from its historic core and the UNESCO-protected Diocletian's Palace, Hotel Ora offers a restaurant, free WiFi and a fitness centre.
    Review

    "Loved everything about this hotel! 😄😄"

    Helena. Croatia
  • £54

    Average price per night

    Heritage Hotel Maskovica Han, Pakoštane
    9.3 Superb 128 reviews
    Description Maškovića Han is a Heritage Hotel located in Pakoštane. The property includes an archaeological site of an original 17th century Turkish hammam, as well as a museum.
    Review

    "Amazing historic place. Staff very professional, welcoming and friendly. One of the most sophisticated places I have stayed in."

    Zrinka. Croatia
  • £63

    Average price per night

    Boutique Hotel Intermezzo - Pag centre, Pag
    9.7 Exceptional 164 reviews
    Description Boutique Hotel Intermezzo - Pag centre offers modernly-decorated rooms in Pag. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property and free private parking is available on site.
    Review

    "Everything was beyond expectations but would give 20/10 to staff - extremely helpful and joyful people! Room was super clean and comfortable, breakfast had a selection of local foods, convenient parking."

    Liina. Estonia
  • £86

    Average price per night

    Aspalathos Residence, Split
    9.3 Superb 129 reviews
    Description Situated in the centre of Split, a 5-minute walk from the UNESCO-protected Diocletian's Palace, Aspalathos Residence is a 4-star hotel which provides free WiFi access throughout the property.
    Review

    "Great central location, only minutes from all main attractions. Staff were very helpful and accomodation eg. helped with early check in and arranged transfer to airport which helped with priority checkin."

    Brendon and Kathy. Australia
  • £79

    Average price per night

    One Suite Hotel, Mlini
    9.7 Exceptional 118 reviews
    Description Featuring an outdoor swimming pool with a sun terrace, One Suite Hotel is set 300 metres from the nearest beach in Srebreno and 7 km from Dubrovnik. Guests can enjoy an onsite bar and a restaurant.
    Review

    "We considered staying near the Old Town but gave up as it was fully booked. However, as a result, we were really lucky that we found this fantastic hotel. The hotel is located just 30 minutes away from..."

    Toshihiko. Denmark
  • £114

    Average price per night

    Almayer Art & Heritage Hotel and Dépendance, Zadar
    9.3 Superb 188 reviews
    Description Located in historic Old Town Zadar, Almayer Art & Heritage Hotel and Dépendance offers an on-site bar and restaurant. Free WiFi is available at the property.
    Review

    "This is a very modern, thoughtfully-designed hotel in a great location near the town center. Parking in Zadar is tricky, but the staff was very helpful in coordinating the availability of reserved spaces."

    Martin. USA

Dalmatia highlights

Discover Dubrovnik’s Old Town
Explore the rich heritage of the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ by taking a walk along the Old Town’s ancient wall.
Party all night in Hvar and Novalja
Top DJs and an international crowd fill the clubs in Hvar and Novalja, 2 of Dalmatia’s most notorious party towns.
Flavours of Dalmatia
Dalmatian prosciutto, Pag and Brač lamb, Ston oysters or Pag cheese – the region’s wide gastronomic range is hard to match.
Hiking in Paklenica National Park
Breath-taking waterfalls, babbling streams and a generous dose of fresh air are guaranteed on a hike through Paklenica National Park.
Hidden natural wonders
Get your fill of turquoise waters at Zlatni Rat Beach, Biševo’s Blue Grotto, Odysseus Cave and Blue or Red Lake.
Roman heritage of Split
Discover the legacy of the Roman Empire in Split’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, Diocletian’s Palace. A must-see for history enthusiasts!
Diving in the crystal clear Adriatic
A secret world of shipwrecks, coral reefs and undersea caves awaits you under the sparkling surface of the Adriatic Sea.
Krka Waterfalls National Park
Marvel over the magnificent waterfalls and dazzling scenery before taking a refreshing swim in the unspoilt waters of River Krka.
Walled coastal towns
Stroll along medieval stone walls and narrow streets in Dalmatia’s many ancient coastal towns, including Trogir, Korčula and Zadar.
A taste of Dalmatia’s wine districts
Treat yourself to a Dalmatian wine tasting! Some of Croatia’s best grapes grow in Pelješac, Hvar and Imotski.