EXPLORE THE HOTEL
Allow us to welcome you to your home away from home! We are a cozy and charming family owned boutique hotel with guest satisfaction as our number one priority. The hotel features 24 rooms with over 4 floors, each equipped with comfortable beds and elegant wooden furniture. Our 24-hour reception service is at your disposal during your entire stay. The hotel highlight is a spacious front terrace which was recently renovated to accompany the opening of our new poolside restaurant on site. We invite you to Aquarius restaurant & bar to enjoy our wonderful food and wine selection at reasonable prices! Being proud of our little hotel we are happy to be a part of your unforgettable Dubrovnik experience!
AMENITIES & SERVICES
Free Onsite Parking
À la carte
SEE THE CITY THROUGH OUR EYES
The Aquarius is located in this urban center of Dubrovnik - close to the busy promenade with bars and restaurants, as well as various beaches (350m)
If you are headed to the old city center - you can walk there (it will take you cca 30 minutes), take a taxi (you will be charged approximately 70kn), or take a bus (number 6, last stop is Old Town, 15kn per ticket - you can reuse it within the hour)
The two kilometer long walls are a walk to remember!
Their main purpose was defence against attacks from the Ottoman empire, with the outside walls being 6 meters thick and strengthened by many towers and magnificent forts. Above the gates you’ll see reliefs of St Blaise, protector of the city.
The Franciscan Monastery and the Old Pharmacy
The Romanesque cloister of the Franciscan monastery is worth a visit!
The monastery is most famous for its pharmacy, among the oldest in Europe and the oldest one still working.
The Church of St Blaise
The church’s front steps are the setting for New Year’s Eve and the opening night of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival in July. St Blaise has been honoured as the patron saint of Dubrovnik from the 10th century. According to the chroniclers of Dubrovnik, St Blaise saved the people of Dubrovnik in the 10th century when the Venetians anchored their ships in front of the Island of Lokrum.