Hip Apartments in Dubrovnik You’ll Want to Call Home

Dubrovnik Boutique Apartments, in the Old Town, combines historic touches with modern decor
Dubrovnik Boutique Apartments, in the Old Town, combines historic touches with modern decor | Courtesy of Dubrovnik Boutique Apartments / Expedia
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30 December 2020

Dubrovnik is arguably one of the prettiest destinations in Europe, thanks in large part to its charming Unesco-protected Old Town. Here’s our guide on how to live like a Croatian in these luxury apartments in Dubrovnik.

SUNce Palace Apartments

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SUNce Palace Apartments
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Set within the historic Old Town walls, SUNce Palace Apartments is just a few steps from the famed Stradun, the city’s main street. Behind its 19th-century stone façade are seven modern apartments, with bright white walls, enhancing the light-filled rooms. The building has a few original features including a large bread oven.

Ragusina Luxury Apartments

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Ragusina Luxury Apartments
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Just outside the walls of the Old Town, in the bustling Montovjerna district, these two apartments each come with a picturesque balcony overlooking the medieval city and the Adriatic. Each features a large room in a neutral palette and includes a separate lounge and kitchen so you can whip up a meal whenever you want. Nearby attractions include Orlando’s Column, Onofrio’s Fountain and Pile Gate.

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Apartments Ante

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With the white-sand Banje Beach just steps from Apartments Ante, you can go for a dip in the sea within sight of the Old Town walls. Each of the four apartments here has a sun-soaked balcony or terrace, where you can make the most of the fresh sea air. You’ll also find a plush bed, kitchenette with dishwasher, modern bathroom and living room in your chosen accommodation.

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Celenga Apartments

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Celenga Apartments
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A short walk from the Rector’s Palace and Dubrovnik cathedral, Celenga Apartments is primed for exploring the city by foot – the huge arch next to the building was once the entrance to the city. Here, you’ll find historic architectural details alongside contemporary design. Each of the five apartments is individually decorated and named after the main Dubrovnik fortresses: Minčeta, Lovrijenac, Revelin, Bokar and St John.

Residence Alpha

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Residence Alpha
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Sitting next to the pebbly Cista Luka 1 Beach in Cavtat, Residence Alpha is a modern option if you prefer to stay outside Dubrovnik proper. The apartments have glorious sea views – most come with a balcony – and each comprises a kitchenette with coffee machine. When you want to take in the surrounding vistas, visit the rooftop jacuzzi or relax in one of the sunchairs provided.

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  • Adriatic Deluxe Apartments

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    Sitting pretty in the upscale neighbourhood of Gruž, Adriatic Deluxe Apartments is moments from the sea, where you can watch luxury yachts bobbing about in the water. Each accommodation lies on the top floor, making the most of the views – our pick is the one-bedder with floor-to-ceiling windows and a private terrace with hot tub.

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    Pervanovo Apartments

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    On the lush Lapad peninsula, one of Dubrovnik’s quieter districts, Pervanovo Apartments is ideal if you’re in the mood for a relaxing break. Just 10 minutes from the Old Town, it comprises eight restored villas divided into 18 apartments. Each is fitted with a fully equipped kitchen, washing machine and spacious balcony, so you can enjoy al fresco breakfast with a sea view.

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    Apartments Eleganca

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    On a quiet side street just off the Stradun, Apartments Eleganca is a sleek option for your Dubrovnik city break. The baroque building that houses the three apartments dates back to 1680, but the interiors were fully renovated in 2015, leaving some original features, such as the old stone walls and large shuttered windows.

    Dubrovnik Boutique Apartments

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    Within the walls of the Old Town, Dubrovnik Boutique Apartments comprises eight apartments spread across three 17th-century townhouses. It’s full of charm that starts with the stone-clad façade, and the stone walls inside are offset by a contemporary kitchen and living area, while the exposed ceiling beams bring a rustic touch. Opt for one of the two-bedroom apartments with a small balcony to watch passers-by on the street below.

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