This hotel is a little expensive but worth every penny. It is a full service hotel. I get so tired of being tickled and dimed at hotels. You pay and you get treated like a guest without extra money involved. They bring coffee in the morning, help us to the gate with our luggage at 6 am. The receptionist tracked my lost luggage and stayed on it until it was delivered. This is one of the finest hotels I've ever stayed at. I would return to Dubrovnik just to stay at Stari Grad.
Very well situated (intra-muros). Friendly receptionists. However the room is very expensive (i paid 350 euros) and is quite small and has nothing very special to it (not even a complimentary bottle of water). Very bad smell (humidity) in the bathroom (room 202), vaguely masked by strong perfume put by the owners. For that high room price, breakfast is NOT included and is OUT OF PRICE (40 euros!!) and for that it is either coffee OR orange juice (sounds like a joke...). Lunch also ridiculously expensive (88euro menu | no a la carte) so i didn't try it (the view is nice from the small rooftop restaurant). Next time i will go somewhere else. Poor quality price ratio
Boutique Hotel Stari Grad is an excellent choice if you want to be in the heart of Old Town. Wake up and be near all of the sights or go out for a few hours and easily stop by your room to freshen up. Overall, the hotel is good. The rooms are clean although a touch small so only expect a bed, two chairs, and a desk. There are two rooms per floor for a total of eight rooms. We lucked out with our room on the first floor but be aware there is not an elevator in case you bring large/heavy suitcases, etc. We had carry-ons only so it was a bit easier. Also, the rooftop terrace is definitely worth a visit as it is the only rooftop terrace in Old Town so enjoy the view. However, we visited for breakfast and felt the prices were a bit much for eggs ($45 USD) and no one came to the table to greet us after having waited for 10 minutes so we left and went elsewhere. Overall, a great hotel and would stay here again just be aware of some of the pitfalls and manage your expectations accordingly.…
Hotel Stari Grad is in the heart of the Old City, a perfect location. The rooms are spacious, exceptionally clean, quiet. Staff is amazing. Thanks Rodrigo and Berina, who assisted us in every need, from finding fabulous restaurants (the city can be quite packed when cruise ships arrive!) to directions for out of the way places to see. Be prepared to walk steps to the rooms (there are no elevators). Do not miss the restaurant on the rooftop (5th floor) for incredible views of the city and marvelous food. A fabulous experience!
This hotel is a renovated five story landowner's house. The rooms are a bit small, but very comfortable and with all amenities. Located up a quiet side street, this hotel gives you immediate access to the main drag in the center of Dubrovnik, while also providing access to being outside the city walls in a walk of less than ten minutes. The location is ideal. Breakfasts are made to order on the rooftop terrace. The one downside that might be considered is that there is no lift (elevator) and dragging your luggage up four flights of narrow stairs might be taxing.