Valamar Club Dubrovnik
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This family oriented hotel is located on the shores of the scenic Babin Kuk peninsula and is just minutes away from the old town. The hotel offers all-inclusive light service and puts the spotlight on family needs, there’s plenty for children to do including a range of sports. Valamar Club Dubrovnik is just 150 metres from the closest pebbly beaches giving you chance to escape and have a relaxing walk along the coast.
Valamar Club Dubrovnik offers light coloured and modern rooms, the spacious rooms offer guests the perfect place to unwind and enjoy the modern facilities provided in their rooms including, television, telephone, safety deposit box, Wi-Fi access and hairdryer. The hotel also offers interconnecting rooms on request.
There’s plenty to entertain the family in the Valamar Club Dubrovnik, while the children have a great time with their new friends and multilingual children entertainers, adults can enjoy their favourite sport or exercise. The hotel offers entertainment and sports activities according to guests preferences and age group. There’s also boat trips to the stunning islands in the south of Dalmatia for all the family to enjoy together.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 338
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Air Conditioning
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Sofa Beds Adults: Yes
- Offsite Parking Distance: 100 metres
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
- Tennis Free: No
- Name: Dubrovnik International Airport
- Distance: 22 kilometres
- Interconnecting Rooms
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Types: Cats & dogs
- Cost: 10.00 per night
- Nearest Airport Name: Dubrovnik International Airport Distance: 22 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 733 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Beware of Tour Groups!
Stay Date: 10/2016, Tracey H wrote this review.
My family of 3 wanted a quiet vacation so decided to come during off-peak season in October. It was too cold to swim, so most outdoor activities were not available. There's just 2 table tennis tables which became so popular that you can't get a chanc… See more
My family of 3 wanted a quiet vacation so decided to come during off-peak season in October. It was too cold to swim, so most outdoor activities were not available. There's just 2 table tennis tables which became so popular that you can't get a chance to have a go. The mini-golf nearby is really disgusting. I do like the opportunity to use the free bikes, which is how we got to the old wall. There was a decent spread for the food, but after a week, it tends to be the same old. No complaints as this is a 3-star place. Watch out for tour buses as the atmosphere changes completely. It's a free for all mentality. Pretty sad as I had to hide in the room for at least an hour after dinner is served. Also note that the walls are very thin so you can hear your neighbour! Collapse
You can do better!
Stay Date: 09/2016, thelma-littlet wrote this review.
When I worked in H.R., I learned that the trick to giving truly constructive feedback is based on a 3:1 ratio. You're supposed to bring up three positive observations for every one criticism. According to the appropriate researchers, we instinctivel… See more
When I worked in H.R., I learned that the trick to giving truly constructive feedback is based on a 3:1 ratio. You're supposed to bring up three positive observations for every one criticism. According to the appropriate researchers, we instinctively respond to criticism by feeling insulted and focus on rejecting the insult as opposed to the desired effect of correcting the issue itself. The premise behind the 3:1 approach is that hearing all the good stuff first puts our pride censors temporarily off-guard, allowing me to slip in what you really need to work on as a seemingly amiable suggestion. You make the necessary changes and the world becomes a better place. Or something. I'm going to try that approach here. Valamar Club, I very much enjoyed my holiday when I stayed with you last September. The hotel is large and spacious, with the most spectacular view of the Adriatic and a perfectly located little beach, with sparkly clean water. Thank you for giving me a room next to my sister, even though we didn't book together. I was going to ask, but you pre-empted and that was nice. My niece very much enjoyed the interconnecting door, almost as much as the on-site playground. My room was clean and I slept very well for the duration of my stay. Are you feeling sufficiently buttered up? Okay. Here comes the stuff you need to improve on… The most disappointing element of my stay was also the most surprising, since countless TripAdvisor reviews of this hotel noted “the friendly staff”. I’m wondering if some unknown (to us) unfortunate incident happened to coincide with our arrival at the hotel, but the staff were not friendly. In any way. At best, they tolerated me and my fellow guests and responded tardily and robotically to the simplest of requests. (Disclaimer: I have worked in the hotel industry, for a number of years, and believe I have a good understanding of the level of service you can expect from a 3-star hotel. When I say basic requests, I mean basic.) In particular, I recall two eye-rolls from reception staff, once after requesting extra towels (that can’t be a strange request!) and another upon informing the desk that the lift wasn’t working. But I guess my legs were working just fine. So maybe I deserved that one. My second qualm is with the swimming pool. The hotel’s got a very nice (looking) swimming pool. It really does look just as beautiful in real lofe as those pictures you’re looking at now. We were also blessed with unnaturally warm weather during our stay. So why on earth was the pool so cold? How do you even get it to that below-zero temperature? Are you chilling the pool? Why? Please stop. I do a Christmas swim in the Irish sea for charity every year and that’s what getting into your swimming pool felt like, except worse because this time Wexford Hospice Homecare were not benefitting in any way from my freezing wet state. Nobody was. Moving on. Can we talk about the all-inclusive light? Specifically, how the addition of the word ‘light’ can change the entire meaning of a term I was already familiar with. I believed I was getting an all-inclusive package. That was what I understood. I have to admit that I don’t usually go for the ‘all-inclusive’ option. For those of you who do, perhaps this ‘light’ option is part of an all-in lingo that I just don’t understand… but just in case, like me, you’re thinking that you’ll be sipping on local beer at any hour of the day, to your heart’s content, allow me to explain what ‘all-inclusive light’ actually means: You may serve yourself and eat: breakfast between 7 and 10am; lunch between 12 and 2pm; dinner between 7 and 9pm The food options will remain the same for each breakfast, lunch and dinner you experience at the hotel. This is to say there will be the same food options across meals (breakfast=lunch=dinner) and across days (Monday=Tuesday=Wednesday etc.) The pizza and pasta options will look deceptively adequate There will be water, unbranded soft drinks, local beer and wine-vinegar available to consume during the aforementioned time frames If you wish to drink the beer or wine-vinegar between 7 and 10am, it is indeed available. If you wish to drink orange juice between 7 and 10am, it is not available. There is, however, an orange-coloured diluted drink available, which provides 100% of your daily recommended sugar intake. Sometimes, there are also freshly-squeezed juices available for the bargain add-on price of €5 a glass* You are not permitted to take any drinks outside the designated restaurant area. This includes tea/ coffee and even water You must collect and eat your food and have vacated the restaurant all within the meal times outlined. If you are not finished, your food will be removed and the waiting staff will hover near your table until you leave. You must wear your bright blue all-inclusive plastic armband at all times. Be prepared for a fight if you wish to have it removed to, say, attend a wedding or something. *after the first two days of the orange-coloured syrup, I succumbed All clear? Okay, good. I understand that I’ve abandoned the ratio rule completely at this stage, but Valamar Club, what I’m really trying to say is that you can do better… and to prospective visitors to Dubrovnik, maybe you can do better too. Collapse
Lovely hotel; good views and easy access to town
Stay Date: 08/2016, Julie393 wrote this review.
Visited here for 1 week with our 6 year old son. Had a good room on the ground floor with sea views. Had the inclusive package which I wouldn't do again; food was monotonous even for 1 week. Son loved the pizzas though so was very happy! Staff w… See more
Visited here for 1 week with our 6 year old son. Had a good room on the ground floor with sea views. Had the inclusive package which I wouldn't do again; food was monotonous even for 1 week. Son loved the pizzas though so was very happy! Staff were great. My son didn't use the kids club but the kids staff tried their best to persuade him! Pool was ludicrously cold even in the august heat; I do not understand why they can't heat it to some degree. It's easy to get the bus into the old town; the bus stop is at the top of a hill about a 10 min walk. There are some shops and restaurants in neighbouring hotel which we only discovered the day before we left. Dubrovnik is beautiful but a week is enough in my view. Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2016, SuiteAsOuzo wrote this review.
This resort is on a nice location on 'Copacabana' beach. The pool was great and clean and there were enough sun beds for everyone. The all-inclusive meals had a good range of options. We would return to this hotel.
This resort is on a nice location on 'Copacabana' beach. The pool was great and clean and there were enough sun beds for everyone. The all-inclusive meals had a good range of options. We would return to this hotel. Collapse
Great for all!
Stay Date: 07/2016, jake g wrote this review.
Having travelled in the height of the summer season my boyfriend and I were concerned with the amount of families we were expecting to see. We booked the All Inclusive Light package which included breakfast lunch dinner with beer and wine at these ti… See more
Having travelled in the height of the summer season my boyfriend and I were concerned with the amount of families we were expecting to see. We booked the All Inclusive Light package which included breakfast lunch dinner with beer and wine at these times which wasnt brilliant as we wanted cocktails, these however were able to be purchased by the pool and by the VERY close by beach. The first night we arrived we were very upset as we hoped to have our requests fulfilled by having a double bed instead we discovered that all rooms had double beds with two mattresses, this later wasnt an issue as we were kindly upgraded to a room with a sea view at a discounted rate. Bus tickets in to dubrovniks town centre are able to be bought for roughly 4 euros each with return which is perfect as dubrovnik are Cave Bar More Buza Bar City Walls a relaxing yet picturesque holiday both romantic yet family friendly. Great staff great food ! Tips for hotel/ things to be aware of Pizza stand is always busy and crowded in the hotel definitely get up early to get a parasole and deck chairs (free of charge) Collapse
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