Excelsior Hotel and Spa & Villa Agave - Dubrovnik, Croatia - 5 Star Luxury Hotel

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Rooms & Suites: 158

Hotel Excelsior is the only Dubrovnik hotel affording a view of the old defensive walls and the best place to stay if you are in Dubrovnik for the first time.

While staying at Excelsior or Villa Agave you will be able to experience the beauty and power of this magical town in the best way possible. The hotel has 158 rooms, 15 deluxe and 2 presidential suites with a floor area ranging from 70 to 150 sq m, and six multifunctional conference rooms. The hotel is an excellent choice whether you are staying alone or in a small or large group attending a congress or some other type of business gathering. The Sunday Times, an eminent British Sunday newspaper, ranks Hotel Excelsior among the 11 most desirable places to stay in the Mediterranean. Villa Agave is a 270 square meter exclusively designed summerhouse, situated on a cliff above the Adriatic Sea, between the Old Town and the majestic Island of Lokrum. A Mediterranean style dominates the interior, adorned with details inspired by the Far East. The heart of the house is the spacious fireplaced living room and dining room. It has three luxurious bedrooms whose rustic wooden floors, timber ceiling beams and rich fabrics reflect a spirit of antiquity. The house is surrounded by five terraces and each offers a different, equally breathtaking view of the Old Town of Dubrovnik, the Island of Lokrum, a small private beach and the blue horizon... There is also an outdoor pool with technology that allows active swimming, open-air summer kitchen, working room and meditation room. The staff at the villa will take care of your every need: chef, masseur, cleaning staff and private butler are at your disposal 24 hours a day. Renting the villa also includes a luxurious yacht and limousine.

Trip Type

Culture, Business Meeting, Romantic Getaway, Spa & Wellness


Dubrovnik-Cilipi International Airport (DBV)

High Season

May through October