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Hotel Kompas Dubrovnik

Croatia, Dubrovnik Riviera

Built in a contemporary style, the Hotel Kompas Dubrovnik is located beside a beach on Lapad Bay, overlooking the Adriatic Sea. The modern rooms are decorated in neutral tones and are bright, stylish and well-equipped, with some offering views across the bay. The hotel has a large terrace with sunbeds and the chic ‘Luna Bar’ beside its outdoor pool, making it an ideal place to spend the day. The spa, designed all in white, has an indoor pool and is perfect for relaxing after a day exploring the fascinating old town of Dubrovnik, just a short drive away. 


Hotel child prices apply to ages 2-11 years.
The hotel has 173 rooms.

Added value

Early booking discount

Save up to 10% on the hotel price for holidays between 03 January - 27 December 2018 booked by 28 February 2018.

Single parent offer

Available at this hotel - please call for details and to book.


Bars & Restaurants

Sphere Restaurant & Lounge Bar

The hotel's main restaurant serving a buffet breakfast and a dinner menu. There is a large open terrace and views of Lapad bay promenade and beach. Food has a Mediterranean theme.


The hotel has two bars including the rooftop Zenith Bar and the poolside Luna Bar serving a choice of soft drinks, coffees and cocktails.

Beach & Pools

Swimming Pools

The hotel has an outdoor swimming pool and an indoor swimming pool.

Spa & Wellness

Spa, Sauna and Steam room

The hotel has a spa, sauna and steam room.

Activities & Entertainment

Live Music

The hotel regularly offers live music.

About the location
The coastal city of Dubrovnik – AKA the Pearl of the Adriatic – sits in the far south of Croatia. The Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a car-free zone where cobbled lanes meander between palaces and churches that reflect the city's colourful Venetian, Latin and Slavic past. Medieval buildings edge the narrow streets, many of them housing seafood restaurants, craft shops and boutique hotels.

The Walls of Dubrovnik embrace the old town. Built between the 13th and 16th centuries, they stand 25 metres at their highest and 12 metres at their widest. They also give out the best views in town, across the terracotta rooftops to the pine-green islands of the Dubrovnik Riviera.

When it comes to beaches, you'll find small pebbly stretches running along the coast, plus a mix of sand and shingle bays on the islands sprinkled just offshore. The monastic island of Lokrum is closest – just a 15-minute ferry hop from the old harbour.
Transfer Time
35 minutes from Dubrovnik airport.
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