Dubrovnik region: New hotels and facilities
This year, Dubrovnik-Neretva County will offer its visitors numerous novelties.
One of the Croatia‘s most popular tourist destinations, Dubrovnik, as well as other prominent destinations such Cavtat, Korcula, Ston, Orebic, the Island of Mljet and the Elaphite Islands, traditionally attract a large number of tourists.
In the 2009 season, visitors will be able to enjoy new hotels and the newly facilities that will make their stay even more pleasant and interesting.
In May, the five-star Palace Dimitri-Lešic Hotel, located in the historic centre of Korcula , will open its doors. Lesic Dimitri hotel is located in a completely renovated historical palace in the Korcula town centre, right next to Marco Polo’s birthplace. It features six luxurious suites and other facilities aimed at providing a pleasurable stay: wellness & spa, restaurants, café and more.
In May, the Valamar Lacroma Resort, operating under the management of the Dubrovnik – Babin Kuk hotel company, will open its doors. The four-star hotel features 385 rooms and 16 suites, a conference hall accommodating a thousand people, seven smaller halls, a wellness centre spread over a thousand square metres, and six bars and restaurants.
In July, the Radisson SAS Resort in Orašac, which is very near to Dubrovnik, will welcome its first guests. The five-star resort, comprising a hotel and a first-class apartment village, features 155 rooms, 24 suites and 207 apartments. The resort also features sports and recreational facilities, a wellness and spa area, several restaurants and bars, and a conference centre.
Most of the existing hotels will also augment their offer and increase their accommodation capacity and the destinations themselves will also welcome visitors with recently developed and new facilities:
In Vela Luka, a prominent tourist destination on the Island of Korcula, a coastal development project will soon be finished. A parking area, new green areas with benches and a public lighting system are also planned. This will greatly contribute to the appeal of the Vela Luka city centre.
In Dubrovnik, a new public garage that has 700 spaces was opened in close proximity to the city walls. Also, the first phase of the public lighting project of the city walls has been completed. The second phase is to be completed by the end of June. The lighting has been designed in line with regulations aimed at protecting the priceless historical monuments…
For more info about the region see Dubrovnik-Neretva County Tourist Board site: www.visitdubrovnik.hr