Dating back to the early 1920's, the elegant Grand Villa Argentina provides the perfect accommodation for a sophisticated break in Dubrovnik. Perched next to the sea, stunning views of the Adriatic, the island of Lokrum and the old harbour of Dubrovnik can be enjoyed from the extensive gardens or bathing platform. The tastefully-appointed guest rooms combine traditional furnishings with modern comforts, perfectly complementing the hotel's grand architecture. An exquisite gourmet restaurant, excellent service and a location just moments away from Dubrovnik's Old Town make the Grand Villa Argentina an ideal choice.
Hotel child prices apply to ages 2-11 years.
The hotel has 131 rooms, 7 floors and 3 lifts.
- Magnificent views of the Adriatic
- The hotel features a private beach with a bathing platform
- Enjoy a la carte dining at the La Caravelle Restaurant
- The luxurious spa offers a range of treatments and massages
Single parent offer
Available at this property - please call our Trusted Advisers for details.
Bars & Restaurants
La Caravelle serves as the hotel’s main restaurant and provides a specially curated breakfast, lunch and a la carte menus. The affixed piano bar also has live music in the summer to liven up the evening hours.
Open: 06:30 - 20:00.
A fine dining restaurant for the evening hours. With a superb a la carte menu and glorious views overlooking the Old Town, you are sure to spend many an evening enjoying all the Victoria has to offer.
Open: 18:00 - 00:00.
Beach Restaurant and Bar
This beachside dining restaurant allows you to enjoy a light and refreshing lunchtime menu right by the water’s edge. A perfect way to spend an afternoon enjoying delightful foods and watching the sunlight flicker and dance over the Adriatic.
Open: 10:00 - 18:00 from May to September.
The Lobby Bar offers a bustling and welcoming environment to enjoy a coffee or a cocktail in, with beautiful views of Dubrovnik’s Old Town.
Open: 08:00 - 20:00.
Beach & Pools
There are two pools offered to guests at the Grand Villa Argentina. One that can be found indoors within the spa complex and the other is an outdoor installation at the hotel’s private beach. Whatever the weather, there will always be a place to take a dip.
Spa & Wellness
Inside the spa complex guests will find a diverse array of beauty and wellness treatments, designed to meet any requirement or need. The many facilities include aromatherapy and massage treatments, a hairdresser’s salon and a sauna.
There is a small but accommodating fitness studio that can found in the hotel’s spa complex. This studio holds an array of cardio and strength training equipment.
About the location
You'll find the medieval city of Dubrovnik - AKA the 'pearl of the Adriatic' - nestling on the coast in the far south of Croatia. Historical buildings edge the narrow streets, many of them now housing restaurants, boutiques and luxury hotels. Dubrovnik's Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a car-free zone where cobbled lanes meander between ancient buildings. It's chock-full of heritage - monuments, palaces and churches reflect the city's colourful past, showcasing Venetian, Latin and Slavic influences. The town’s wonders are embraced by the walls the city is renowned for. Built between the 13th and 16th centuries, they stand 25 metres at their highest and 12 metres at their widest. When it comes to beaches, you'll find small pebbly stretches running along the coast, plus pine-backed bays on the islands sprinkled just offshore.
30 minutes from Dubrovnik airport.
Hotel Classic Double
Max 2 adults
Hotel Classic Double Rooms (Hotel Argentina Wing) are approximately 25m² and are located in the newer wing of the hotel. Facilities include air conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, complimentary internet access, minibar, safe, hairdryer, bathrobes, slippers and designer toiletries.
Hotel Superior Double Sea View
Max 3 adults
Located in the Hotel Argentina Wing, Superior Double Sea View rooms are light and airy with views of the sea and Old Town.
Hotel Deluxe Double Sea View Balcony
Max 3 adults
Deluxe Double rooms have a larger balcony and a more direct sea view. They are located within the hotel wing.
Villa Superior Double Sea View
Max 3 adults
Villa Superior Double Sea View Rooms (Villa Argentina Wing) are 26-30m². More traditionally furnished, they are located in the original building and benefit from sea views.
Villa Superior Double Sea View Balcony
Max 2 adults
Villa Superior Double Sea View Balcony Rooms (Villa Argentina Wing) are 26-30m². More traditionally furnished, they are located in the original building with a balcony and sea views.
From 25m² plus balcony
Based on 1572 traveller reviews
84% of travellers recommended this hotel
What to expect
“ Choose the right room
Tim C, Chelmsford, United Kingdom
Oct 15 2018
The hotel lives up to its star rating with fantastic views of Dubrovnik and the coast, great swimming and bathing area, gardens and good service. Warning rooms 603 to 609 are subject to noise from...
The hotel lives up to its star rating with fantastic views of Dubrovnik and the coast, great swimming and bathing area, gardens and good service. Warning rooms 603 to 609 are subject to noise from the service road and you will be disturbed at all hours of the night. I would still recommend this hotel just avoid those rooms.
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“ Explaining "new" vs "old"
MAG724, Boston, Massachusetts
Oct 13 2018
My husband and I just stayed at the Grand Villa Argentina. When I was booking I read reviews on Trip Advisor and didn't get a clear picture of what the new vs old distinction in locations was. We...
My husband and I just stayed at the Grand Villa Argentina. When I was booking I read reviews on Trip Advisor and didn't get a clear picture of what the new vs old distinction in locations was. We booked in the "old" part. When we arrived in the lobby we learned the hotel refers to rooms in the old part as "Villa Orsoula" (I may be spelling that wrong) and rooms in the new part as "Grand Villa Argentina". Essentially they are 2 separate hotels with very different exteriors that have been connected with a corridor. Villa Orsoula is a beautiful old building with textured white stone exterior. GVA is a 70's looking sleek building with a white, probably polished stone, flat exterior. GVA has a huge terrace overlooking the sea where you can eat dinner, buffet b'fast, or have drinks. They also have a very small terrace off the lobby for outdoor drinks. When you stay in the "old" Villa Orsoula (sp), which is more expensive, you have a served b'fast in Restaurant Victoria, the upscale restaurant on property. It is only available to guests staying in the old part. It has an equally beautiful old stone terrace to dine (dinner and b'fast) or have drinks at. The restaurant interior of Victoria is also lovely. The interior of the restaurant at GVA is okay but no charm--just large--however terrace is great. We never saw the interior of a "new" hotel room but our "old" room was pretty--not exceptional--with a great, large, modern bathroom with wonderful Bulgari amenities. The kicker, tho, was our beautiful old stone balcony on the water that looked across at Lokrum Island and to the right to an incredible view of the Old Town. We would sit out there with tea or wine and marvel at how incredibly beautiful the scene was! Loved the hotel, but I think that was because of the balcony view; the Victoria Restaurant terrace view, and the bathroom! Location is impeccable--10 min walk down a slight hill to the Old Town. Would return in a minute!
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