Dubrovnik is a city in southern Croatia fronting the Adriatic Sea. It’s known for its distinctive Old Town, encircled with massive stone walls completed in the 16th century. Its well-preserved buildings range from baroque St. Blaise Church to Renaissance Sponza Palace and Gothic Rector’s Palace, now a history museum. Paved with limestone, the pedestrianized Stradun (or Placa) is lined with shops and restaurants and gay friendly hotel Dubrovnik.
A walled, sea-battered city lying at the foot of a grizzled mountain, Dubrovnik is Croatia’s most popular tourist destination and it’s getting very popular within the gay community around the world with special gay cruises docking in this super Mediterranean city.
Even if there are too many gay clubs compared with Zagreb, there are gay friend hotel Dubrovnik located in the main tourist area of the city.
Another great gay spot is the beautiful waters of the Lokrum Nudist Beach, located on the island of the same name, right in front of the old city.
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1. Hotel Kompas Dubrovnik – Gay Friendly Hotel Dubrovnik
One of our top picks for Gay Hotels in Dubrovnik.
This property is 2 minutes walk from the beach. Overlooking the sea in the beautiful Lapad Bay, the Kompas hotel can be found near a pebbly beach and the popular promenade, only a 15-minute bus ride from Dubrovnik’s Old Town. Free WiFi access is available in all areas.
Decorated in a modern style, the spacious rooms feature balconies while extras include a flat screen-TV with satellite channels, free toiletries, minibar and safety deposit box. The private bathrooms are fitted with a bath or shower.
The location is great – right at the waterfront and close to numerous cafes, restaurants, bars etc. The rooms are modern, clean and well-appointed.
The recent renovation has given the hotel a modern, contemporary feel and every single area, including our room, was absolutely spotless. The views from the room and the hotel lobby and bar are beautiful. The hotel is right on a small beach on the edge of town and has a really nice atmosphere.
Free wifi with no problems during the stay.
Breakfast offered a great deal of choice and is served until 10:30 which is excellent for those mornings when you don’t want to get up too early.
Breakfast is buffet style and there was a good choice including fruit and cereals, toast plus scrambled egg and bacon etc
The bar area on the top floor had a nice vibe and great views of the bay of Dubrovnik.
Nice fitness center, spa and indoor pool, all in clean good working order.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Kompas Dubrovnik?
Prices start 380$/night for the Classic Double Room. The Deluxe Sea View & Balcony is 500$/night. This spacious and modern room features a balcony with a view of Lapad Bay. It also includes air conditioning, free WiFi access, a minibar and satellite TV. The private bathroom is fitted with a bath or shower.
2. Berkeley Hotel & Day Spa Dubrovnik – Gay Friendly Hotel Dubrovnik
This property is 17 minutes walk from the beach. The family-owned Berkeley Hotel is located at the beautiful Gruž harbour of Dubrovnik and offers modernly furnished rooms and apartments, some of which featuring sea views. The property’s on-site spa offers massage, facial, body and nail treatments.
The famous Old Town of Dubrovnik is only 2 km away and is easily reachable by local bus services, running every 10 to 15 minutes from in front of the hotel.Each room also has remote controlled air- conditioning , which is also included in the room price and not an added extra as in so many places.
The hotel is modern, clean and has a lift. Parking is available in an underground car park.
Bed linen is changed every two days.
The bathroom has w.c, stylish round wash basin and a sliding door cabinet style shower. Shower gel/ shampoo and hand wash are provided gratis and our linen (bath mat, 2 hand towels & 2 bath towels) was changed every day. The shower itself has both temperature & flow controlled by one easy lever so there is no fiddling with separate dials and hot water was available at any time of the day.
The small outside balcony had 2 chairs and a folding table but as the hotel is situated a couple of streets back from the harbour there are only a few rooms on higher floor which offer reasonable sea views.
Free Wifi is available throughout the whole hotel ( not just restricted to rooms or public areas)
Each room comes with a kettle (tea, coffee, milk provided every day) and also built into wardrobe ( and a small. fridge which is large enough to store cold drinks.
The only meal provided is breakfast which consists of usual continental meats, cheeses, cereals,fruit, yoghurts, fresh bread and coffee or teas. There is also a choice of cooked breakfast based on omelettes , scrambled or fried eggs plus 2 other items from grilled tomatoes, mushrooms, ham , bacon or cheese. All this can be ordered at your table and is freshly cooked as you wait.Breakfast is served between 7 and 10am every day.
How much does a room costs at Berkeley Hotel & Day Spa Dubrovnik?
3. Hotel Splendid Dubrovnik – Gay Friendly Accommodation Dubrovnik
This hotel is 1 minute walk from the beach. Set in a picturesque Mediterranean garden leading down to a private beach, the Splendid hotel is situated in the Lapad Bay. Free Wi-Fi and free parking are provided. A bus leaves every 15 minutes for Dubrovnik’s Old Town.
The Hotel Splendid’s private beach, partly pebbly, partly concrete, features changing booths and showers. Sun loungers and parasols are also available against a fee.
The Splendid has a wonderful location on the sea front with pleasant green gardens with fir trees, cypresses, laurel trees and other shrubs and flowers providing seclusion and shade.
The hotel was based on a beachfront road with lots of other hotels. There was a very little beach right outside the hotel but if you walked the 3 minute walk down the beach you would get to sunshine beach which is a bit a bigger stoney beach. Theres plenty of bars and places to eat a short walk away.
There is no lift in the hotel and there are shallow stairs up and down to the restaurant, the beach.
Rooms and hotel were spacious, bed extremely comfy, spotlessly clean and the décor pleasant with the usual twin bed/double, bathroom with bath and shower over, plenty of storage, bedside cabinets, dressing table,TV, two chairs and fridge stocked with mini-bar. The balcony has a table and two chairs. The bed linen and towels were changed regular as requested.
The bed is reasonably comfortable but sleep quality is can be good. There were no tea/coffee facilities in the room, which it’s a must for a 3* hotel. But the tap water is safe to drink,
The breakfast had a good selection including cereal, bread, meat, fruit. It also had a good selection of teas and coffees too.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Splendid Dubrovnik?
4. Hostel Angelina Old Town Dubrovnik – Gay Friendly Hotel
With Dubrovnik becoming more and more popular for the travelers in the past years and this due to the Game of Thrones series with some scenes filmed in Dubrovnik the hotels prices in Dubrovnik has increased accordingly. But a number of good hotels with private rooms are available at a good price.
This property is 3 minutes walk from the beach. Providing a lounge area with TV and a shared kitchen area, Hostel Angelina Old Town offers free Wi-Fi on a central location in the pedestrian zone within famous Dubrovnik Walls. Historic sights, shops and bars in the Old Town are just steps away.
Lockers are provided in the dormitory rooms. Fridge, oven and toaster are just some of the facilities provided in the shared kitchen. Some dormitories and all private rooms are connected in the annex building, a 5-minute walk away.
4 Reason to Stay at Angelina Old Town
- 1. It is a renovated building.
2. Friendly staff (They organize nice activities almost every day: sunset views, pizza/wine meeting)
3. Convenient location, verte good wifi connection.
4. Very clean and neat. I can at home and I can meta lot nice people there.
The real downside however is that there is no commons area available to hang out in after 10pm to eat/drink/socialize with friends. The small balcony and terrace is only open from sunrise to sunset and the kitchen closes at 10pm.
How much does a room costs at Angelina Old Town?
5. Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik – LGBT Friendly Hotels Dubrovnik
The hotel is 3 minutes walk from the beach. Providing free access to the large Ragusa Spa with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, saunas, gym and beauty treatments, the Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik is situated on the lush Babin Kuk Peninsula. It has air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and beautiful views of the Elaphiti Islands.
The rooms are spacious as are the bathrooms ( soap, shampoo, conditioner and body lotion provided but NO shower gel). I would suggest booking a room with a balcony since they face the sea. There are no irons or boards in the room. The plugs are the normal European type. There are tea and coffee making facilities in the rooms.
There is ample wardrobe space and there is a safe in the wardrobes. The fridge in your room is filled however you pay premium for the drinks and peanuts as in most hotels.
The breakfast buffet is impressive with so much to choose from. Coffee and other drinks are free at breakfast time.
The hotel is large and has 3 pools (2 outside and one inside ). The pools are impressive and the main pool outside feels like and infinity pool looking out at the sea. The pool is also placed in a sun spot so the sun is always out. The loungers are luxurious with shades you can adjust it.
There is a bar on the ground floor (floor 2). Here there is entertainment in the evening (like a man on the piano). The bar serves bar snacks during the day when the restaurant is closed.
The view of sunset from the patio is amazing and the. staff in the hotel are all very friendly and welcoming. They all speak good English.
How much does a room costs at Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik?
Prices start 230$/night for the Classic Room – Park View. The Deluxe Double Room – Seaside is 260$/night. Set on the sea side of the hotel and featuring its own private balcony, this elegant air-conditioned room comes with LCD satellite TV.