AddressDinka Ranjine 5 DubrovnikSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Spread over four historic buildings in the heart of the old town, Amoret offers 13 high-quality studio apartments with kitchenettes, and two 'royal' apartments, sleeping four, with full kitchens. Elegant decor, tasteful furniture, a dash of art and parquetry flooring feature throughout. Amoret 2 has a pleasant guests’ terrace.
Our independent authors have visited Apartments Amoret and selected this as one of our recommended apartments in Dubrovnik.
Description provided by property
Set in the UNESCO-protected Old Town of Dubrovnik, Apartments Amoret offer daily cleaned accommodation with free Wi-Fi provided.
Equipped with air conditioning and a satellite TV, Amoret Apartments combine modern appliances with antique-style furnishings and wooden floors. They all include a kitchenette and private bathrooms.
Guests can cook their own meals in house and soak up the atmosphere of old Dubrovnik. They can also benefit from the central location and discover many typical eateries serving local Dalmatian specialities.
Guests can walk to popular nearby attractions in just a couple of minutes, including Stradun, the city’s main street, and the Venetian Rector’s Palace. Luggage storage is available on site. The property offers airport shuttle service at an additional surcharge and upon previous request.
Guests are kindly requested to contact the owner prior to arrival about handing over the keys. Contact details can be found on the booking confirmation.
Please note that payment is requested upon check-in.
Airport transfer can be arranged for 35 EUR.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- 24-hour front desk
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Car hire
- Free WiFi
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