11 best Adriatic hotels
Being part of the Mediterranean, the Adriatic Sea inherited all the best: a diverse underwater world, clear water and white sand with small pebbles. If you want to relax in one of the Adriatic resorts, pay attention to tours to Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Here, in the best resorts of the Adriatic Sea, there are cozy home-style villas and luxury hotels. Check out the list of the 15 best hotels on the Adriatic according to The Telegraph, and embark on an adventure!
1. Excelsior Hotel, Dubrovnik
Stunning views of the deep blue Adriatic and the proximity of the Old Town (the main historical and tourist part of Dubrovnik) make the restored Excelsior Hotel one of the best on the coast. Not without reason in 1913 guests with world-famous names were resting here: Francis Coppola, Sir Roger Moore and Queen Elizabeth II herself.
2. Hotel Sun Gardens Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik
Just a 20-minute drive from Dubrovnik is the magnificent family-friendly spa resort. All rooms have a balcony or terrace, the area is decorated with pine trees, palm trees and olive trees, and on the waterfront there are pools, bars and open-air restaurants with views of the Adriatic. For relaxation, there is a gourmet spa with indoor pools, offering a full range of health and beauty treatments.
3. Villa Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik
The sophisticated five-star hotel, built in the rock, offers stunning views of the turquoise waters of the Adriatic. Here you can visit the spa with an indoor pool, where you can enjoy all kinds of beauty treatments, wellness massages or yoga classes.
4. Little Green Bay, Hvar
In the Gulf of Lozna, on the island of Hvar, is a small secluded boutique hotel surrounded by turquoise waters and pine forests. Little Green Bay beckons with aromas of wood tar and emerald green pines. The stone facades on the site of the old farmhouse and the inspiring interior, based on exclusively natural materials.
5. Hotel Liburna, Korcula
On the Adriatic coast, a 15-minute walk from the beautiful medieval Old Town of Korcula is a modern four-star hotel. There is literally everything: sports fields and two tennis courts, an outdoor saltwater pool surrounded by sun loungers and white umbrellas, a large pebble beach and even an aqua park.
6. Radisson Blu Resort Split, Split
The hotel, located on the coast, is only 3 km from the Old Town of Split and has a modern design. Some rooms feature panoramic floor-to-ceiling glazing, which provides unimpeded admiration for the turquoise sea and the beauty of the island of Brac.
7. Hotel Navis, Opatija
Navis is a state-of-the-art modern design hotel with a private beach, stunning architecture and luxurious rooms with breathtaking sea views. Each room has large comfortable beds and works of art by local artists.
8. Hotel Monte Mulini, Rovinj
On the shores of the bay, amid a lush old reserve park, just a 15-minute walk from the Old Town of Rovinj, is a luxurious five-star hotel. It features a beautifully designed spa, two à la carte restaurants with the best French and Mediterranean cuisine and stunning sea views.
9. Aman Sveti Stefan, Sveti Stefan
The hotel is located a couple of kilometers south of the medieval city of Budva and is part of the Budva Riviera, which features beautiful beaches. The highlight of the complex is the choice of one of its parts: you can settle in a renovated mansion overlooking a cozy bay, or in a detached building of the 15th century, the design of which is made in an exclusive style.
10. Hotel Splendid, Budva
The modern five-star hotel is located in a cozy bay with a sandy beach. It is ideal for families. It features impressive outdoor pools with cascades and hot tubs, a well-organized kids club, an extensive spa and a wide selection of bars and restaurants.
11. Regent Porto Montenegro, Tivat
An elegant, aristocratic and sophisticated hotel overlooking the marina is located in the Bay of Kotor. Its highlight is an elegant decor that resembles the design of a luxury yacht using wood, flowing fabrics.