Hotel Neptun Dubrovnik
Kardinala Stepinca 31, Dubrovnik, 20000, Croatia
Do not stay hear the food is aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarr not very good (its not any thing) if could have moved we would. eat out 3 time and we payed for meals. rooms 3 star. food 1 star ripped off we where. p.s. dont ask for a drink in a tall glass they are for cocktails
Unique Quality: Zero
You won't be dissapointed.
What a fantastic Welcome after a flight Delay when arriving at 2.00 am. The Reception staff are more than helpful when you require information and will try find a solution to any of your questions. The room we had was on the 6th floor and had a beautiful sea view from its balcony. The room was very clean, compact but roomy with all your required needs and was serviced every morning. The breakfast was superb with a choice to suit most needs which you ate on the balcony overlooking the pool and bathing area. The hotel is finished from its recent overhaul and previous comments from other users do not apply re building work etc. A most pleasant stay is waiting for you!
Unique Quality: The bathing area was excellent which consisted of a smooth rock area with sunbeds and parosols, which were free, and led to a cordened sea bathing area which was serviced by a ladder into the clear blue sea. I used this bathing area and found it much more better than a beach because you had no problem with sand so you could to pop in and out of the sea then up for a nice cool beer at the beach bar of the hotel as often as you like within seconds. The hotel is serviced by the number 6 babin kuk bus (every 15 mins) and tickets are 8 kn from reception or 10 kn if you pay the driver.To get to the bus stop walk out the main hotel door where opposite you see a path. Follow the path bear right then left at the junction and the bus stop is there (250m from hotel). When your stay is finished and if you require a bus service to the airport you need the number 7 bus(ask reception for times as they every 50 mins) to the bus station by the harbour ( stay on bus to the end of the journey) 8kn. Then the Atlas bus to the airport which is 35 kn. Ask at the bus station which bay the bus leaves from (bay 8 for me). All in all the hotel is well serviced by buses for your stay and you are only 15 mins from the walled City. Near the bus stop is a park area and if you follow the path through you will come to a shopping area which has bars, restaurants and groceries. The hotel is well located for all your Dubrovnik needs.
Directions: No 6 Babin kuk bus from Pile Gate. Stay on bus to the end of the journey.
Unique Quality: The Neptun hotel is also part of the Babin Kuk Hotels - all linked by pathways and with the shopping centre and restaurants in this area. Makes for a pleasant place to stay and the sunsets from here are truly beautiful. The Neptun is a high rise building with views across the bay.
Expensive, but Swanky
Unique Quality: This is a great hotel. I love the fact that it’s almost like a mini-resort. A couple of swimming pools, a bar, a nice restaurant…And it sets right on the water. The only drawback is that it’s really far out of the center, although there is a bus stop right in front of it that will take you to the castle in about 25 minutes.
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amazing sunsets from the terrace
I stayed at the Hotel Neptun for a week with my husband as we were traveling through Croatia. The staff at the hotel was probably the best reception team I have ever encountered (and we’ve traveled a lot!). They were unbelievably helpful with transportation, attractions and restaurants. We really enjoyed the watching the sunset from the terrace every night. We will definitely visit this hotel again. P.S. The calamari from the restaurant was exceptional.
Great Place. Will Come Back, Again!
I did a bit of research (using TripAdvisor, among other sites & guidebooks) and booked the Hotel Neptun. Wasnt sure what I would find.
Turned out to be a delightful place, situated on a promontory overlooking the Adriatic. Perfect location, across from two buses which run regularly into the Old City, or other points around town.
The staff at the front desk (and elsewhere) could not have been more helpful for every request. Due to some problems I had, I asked a lot and they helped a lot! My room was in the new, Tower wing and it had a gorgeous view over the sea, with a lovely, small balcony. I left the door open at night, to hear the waves crashing below.
While the hotel caters to tour groups (and there were many while I was there) they still manage to provide personalized and prompt service, for whatever you might need. Laundry service was excellent and fast. And, the nightly buffet, while not gastronomically memorable, was certainly quality ingredients, cooked with a bit of flair and there was plenty to choose from. Other nights, I ate out. An excellent and perfectly situated (on a cliff over the water) restaurant, Levant (sp?) is literally, a 3 minute walk, along the cliff walk, from the Neptun.
I highly recommend this place! Enjoy!
Great hotel, perfect location! Away form all the craziness of the city, yet close enough to go to the old or new town in minutes. The staff was the most accomidating of any hotel staff I have ever met (and I have traveled a lot) the food is excellent, rooms are clean and spacious. You honestly could not ask for more in a hotel than this one. I will stay here the next time and every time I visit Dubrovnik. We stayed in 7 hotels this trip to Croatia and we were the happiest with Hotel Neptun I cannot wait to see the remodel. It was perfect and now they are making it better!!!
OH!! I recommend if you do stay here to take the bus, which is about a 2 minute (if that) walk from the hotel, it drops you off and picks you up in old or new town. We tried to drive ourselves originally and could not find a parking spot so we took the bus and were so happy :0)
Dubrovnik - A Jewel of the Adriatic
We booked the Hotel Neptun with Expedia. We arrived from Split by bus and took a local bus to the hotel. The information desk at the bus station was very helpful with the local bus information. The hotel is about five minutes from the local bus stop. Unfortunately (and we were not told this at booking) the hotel is being remodelled and enlarged. There were no signs for reception so we walked around with our luggage trying to find our way. There are numerous steps for this hotel so this search was not appreciated. Finally we found reception. Our room was comfortable with a balcony overlooking the sea and the coast. It was a beautiful view in the morning and the evenings. The hotel, as mentioned, is five minutes for the bus stop. There is a direct bus services to the walled city – about 15 minutes.
The hotel’s breakfast was excellent, with a nice eating area on a patio overlooking the sea. Again though construction and steps are unavoidable to get the dining room room from our room. We decided to save the buffet dinner as a treat on our last night in Dubrovnik. We walked into the Marjan area of the city via a well lit and paved seacoast trail for our meals. The last night we were going to have the buffet diner on the patio. Hotel staff (luckily) informed us that the meal had doubled in price overnight! So … another walk into town. They were not prepared to make exception to customers who were there for four nights.
Dubrovnik is everything they say about it – a true jewel of the Adriatic. Prices are rapidly escalating here due in large part to the numerous cruises. Dubrovnik is a must see.
The Hotel Heptun was a fine hotel and once the construction is finished will probably excellent. The staff is helpful and friendly. They speak English very well. It would have been nice to have been warned of the construction or if the hotel had offered us a complimentary drink or meal as a way of making for the confusion. Otherwise the construction did not interfere with the peaceful views of the sea.
Great beachfront hotel
The selling point of the Neptun Hotel is definitely its beachfront location and two saltwater swimming pools. It's a rather large property, and also has a restaurant/cafe area overlooking the water. It is also very close to a path that leads to restaurants overlooking the water and a kind of tacky boardwalk/mall/hotel/restaurant area.
Apparently there is a "new" and an "older" hotel on the property--we stayed in the older building. Our room was medium-sized, sparsely decorated, but clean and comfortable, with a fairly modern bathroom. I'd recommend trying to book a room in the "new" part of the hotel.
The cliff beach is beautiful, and it was perfect for swimming in early September. That to me was the selling point of the hotel, and met our needs perfectly!
A real treat!
This hotel was still under a bit of construction, but nevertheless we got a fantastic room with adriatic sea view. Great friendly people and very quiet place..
Also a very good bus connection with the old town... Walking is a bit far though.
For people wanting to combine the wonders of the old town of dubrovnik and a beach vacation (with two swimming pools!) the Neptun hotel is very good place.
porec-venice day trip
I am staying at hotel neptun, porec soon and was wandering if anyone has done the day trip to venice?if so was it worth going on, how long did it take how much did it cost please?
thanks in advance
Re: porec-venice day trip
Day trip to Venice by fast hidrogliser from Porec is the most wanderful idea.Dont take car or bus trip to Venice.The trip by hidrogliser takes about two hours and aproach to St.Markos sqare by see is anforgedable.Price is about 400 kn.
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Hotel Neptun Dubrovnik
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Address: Kardinala Stepinca 31, Dubrovnik, 20000, Croatia