Spent three nights at Villa Adriatica. The location is superb, just outside the city gates. Book a room with a balcony - the views are outstanding. That said, they are also affordable and you get what you pay for. The building is old and tired and in serious need of a complete makeover. If you're encumbered with a car, the only overnight parking is far, far away. The staff are old school Croats; it seems the Tito era lives on at Villa Adriatica. They are nice enough when getting you into your room, but if you have any special requests I can assure you they won't be met. Breakfast wasn't served; we were asked to buy our own stuff and use the kitchen gear and clean up when we were done. We did so, but in that 1950's era kitchen we really expected to see a photo of Tito hanging on the wall. Everything was weary and half-broken.
To be honest, I'm an easygoing guy and didn't mind too much. I thought the old place was elegant in a sad way. But my travel partner was livid. Bottom line: if you are a patient person who can stand less-than-optimal accommodations, the Villa Adriatica is an acceptable compromise to the rather expensive hotels located next to the historical old town. If you are picky and prefer high quality service, go elsewhere.
Unique Quality: Very possibly the best view of the old town you'll find.
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Address: 20 Frana Supila, Dubrovnik, 20000, Croatia