Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik to Finish Renovation by Spring 2019

(Photo by The Bellevue Dubrovnik)

Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik has announced it will complete its renovation by spring of next year. Upon reopening, the property will reveal 91 remodeled rooms and suites, an updated lobby, a Vapor restaurant and a Spice Lounge area with a terrace.

The hotel chose Lisbon-based Tereza Prego Design Studio as the designer for the renovation. The new look will give guests a more modern and sophisticated environment to relax in. Rooms will draw inspiration from the naturally occurring tones of the surrounding landscape for the new color palette.

Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik, tucked into a secluded cove, has something for all sorts of travelers. Direct beach access to the Adriatic Sea provides a quick route to an easy day on the water. Guests looking for more can take a short 10-minute walk away and find themselves in the historic 6th-century medieval district of Dubrovnik, a UNESCO protected city.

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Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik is a member of Adriatic Luxury Hotels. The company, based in Dubrovnik, owns and operates a variety of seaside hotels and villas in Croatia. Other members of Adriatic Luxury Hotels’ portfolio include Village Agave, Villa Orsula, Hotel Excelsior, Villa Sheherezade, Villa Grand Argentina, Hotel Dubrovnik Palace, Hotel Croatia Cavtat, Villa Glavic, Hotel Kompas, Hotel Odisej Mljet and Hotel Supetar Cavtat.

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