Location. The Berkeley Hotel is an aparthotel located in Dubrovnik, Croatia, 500 metres from the Gruz Harbour that connects the city with the picturesque Elafiti Islands. Dubrovniks old city sights, including the marbled main street (Placa) and Franciscan Monastery, are two kilometres from the hotel.
Hotel Features. This modern hotel with a white fašade has a glass entrance flanked by potted plants. The terracotta tiled lobby is air conditioned and home to a 24 hour front desk. Wireless Internet access is available in public areas (surcharge). The hotel also provides an airport shuttle service (surcharge).
Traditional Dalmatian dishes are served in Berkeley Hotels stone walled Konoba Berkeley, which is fitted with rustic wood furniture. A complimentary continental buffet breakfast is provided with cooked options made to order.
Guestrooms. The 20 air conditioned studio and one bedroom apartments are decorated in neutral tones with watercolour paintings and contemporary furnishings. Balconies provide views over either the city or towards Gruz Harbour. The apartments are all equipped with kitchens fitted with fridge freezers. Amenities include satellite television, wireless Internet access (surcharge), desks, direct dial phones, safes, hair dryers, and minibars.
Expert Tip. Berkeley Hotel owns a skippered yacht, the Jenneau Prestige 36, which guests can hire at a surcharge for day excursions and fishing trips.
71 - 169 EUR
Number Of Rooms: 1
Number Of Floors: 1
Ulica Andrije Hebranga 116A
Dubrovnik, Croatia 20000
From Dubrovnik Airport (DBV):
Distance to Berkeley Hotel is 22 kilometres, approximately 20 minutes drive.
Getting there. The hotel offers an airport shuttle service for a 27 EUR charge. Alternatively, a Croatia Airlines shuttle runs to the citys main bus station, near the Gruz port. Taxis are available at the airport and cost about 35 EUR to the Berkeley Hotel. Prices are subject to change.
Getting around. Local buses operate from the stop opposite the hotel to the city centre and run every 10 15 minutes. Dubrovniks beaches and old town are easy to explore on foot, and many streets are pedestrianised. Buses are available throughout the city centre. Ferries and water taxis run from the port to the Elafiti Islands.