The hotel is in a beautiful location and is unique as it is built around the rocks that would have originally formed some sort of a cliff, if you like walking, the old town (which is interesting and worth multiple visits) is within walking distance.
My only criticism of my hotel room is that when I checked in my room wasn't properly cleaned- in my bathroom I found hairs in the bath and finger nail clippings (or I pray they were finger nails!) all over the bathroom counter! I must stress the point that the hotel staff were trying to be accommodating because I arrived early and they let me check in earlier than they usually would have.
As for the breakfasts- I only eat cold breakfasts and sometimes toast- everything that I like was available: fresh pineapple, bananas, melon, oranges, grapefruit, yogurt, granola, dried cranberries, other fruits and cereals, lovely fresh bread. The only bad thing was the kiwis- I don't think they know what fresh kiwi is because every day the kiwi was soft and stale, I don't know how they managed to peel them but they were disgusting- I became obsessed with poking them with the tongs to check if they were any better than they day before but no!
Every day I watched the sunset from the jacuzzi, which was lovely and the spa is worth a visit (book a day in advance) I had a full body salt scrub which after a four days in the sun was sensational! The gym is not a gym but a room with a bike, a treadmill, a cross trainer and a weight machine- not so good if you're a seasoned gym user like me and like your gym home or away!
There are plenty of restaurants nearby with good options even for a vegetarian like me.
The beach, though small is, close and there are sun loungers available for rental.
The platform at the cave bar into the sea is brilliant but the cold October sea kept me dangling on the ladder for a good ten minutes before I threw myself in- very funny!
Kayaking from the old town is a must- so much fun but if you are on your own, as I was, reserve a single kayak if you don't fancy sharing with a stranger!
I had a wonderful time, I can't wait to go again and I would recommended this place to anyone bar the kiwis!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel More is an exclusive five-star boutique hotel situated in the Bay of Lapad, one of the most beautiful locations on the area of the City of Dubrovnik. The hotel view of calming green pines, of Mediterranean vegetation abundant with colors and scents, of the glaring azure sea, of rocky cliffs - those eternal stone guards and memorable sunsets, will astonish any traveler and guest. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- More Hotel Dubrovnik