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At a Glance
One of the finest hotels within the walled city of Dubrovnik
Meticulously restored former aristocratic residence
Located on picturesque Gundulic Square
Tiny boutique option with attentive and friendly service
The Pucic Palace allows guests exclusive access to the East West Beach Club on Banje Beach, a short stroll away
Very centrally located in lively area, so some rooms can be noisy in high season
Best time to Visit
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The majority of the coastal region, including the city of Dubrovnik, is considered to be a year round destination. The warmest months of the year are July and August, during which time the daytime high temperatures will hover around the low 30°C's. The coldest months of the year on average are January and February, during which time the daytime highs will be around 12°C. The rainiest months of the year are generally November and December, with the summer months being fairly dry.
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The Pucic Palace is a 17th Century Baroque boutique hotel situated in the heart of Dubrovnik old town. Surrounded by piazzas, lively cafes, museums and art galleries, the hotel is perfect for those who wish to be in the heart of the action.
Set within the old city walls is The Pucic Palace, the former villa was converted into a fabulous boutique hotel and is a very popular choice for those staying in Dubrovnik due to its central position. The hotel is reputed for being very friendly and welcoming to their guests. The warm atmosphere of the hotel makes you feel at home.
The Pucic Palace hotel has just 17 rooms and two suites creating an intimate atmosphere and a personal service. The rooms are spacious and offer enchanting views of the square. Guests can enjoy a choice three restaurants: Café Royal which is situated on Gundulic square, Defne Mediterranean and International Cusine situated on a lovely rooftop terrace and Razonoda Wine Bar. A fabulous fresh buffet breakfast is served daily on the terrace.
Gundulic square is one of the most beautiful in the town and hosts a local market each morning. In the evening it is alive with al fresco dining. Despite the vibrancy of the square, the hotel is very well sound proofed so you will not be losing out on any sleep.
The hotel has access to a local beach club should you wish to go for a dip in the ocean and the staff are very helpful when it comes to advising you on how you can make the most of your time there. They will happily arrange expeditions and make reservations to help you make the most of your vacation.
The Pucic Palace hotel features just 17 luxury rooms and two suites. The bedrooms are beautifully and classically decorated with warm colors, light linens and large windows. The en-suite bathrooms are spacious and feature Romanesque Italian mosaic tiles. The rooms are air-conditioned and have internet access.
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Deluxe & Executive rooms, from 25 -33 sq m named after a famous Croatians, are elegantly appointed with antique furnishing and modern conveniences with dark oak floors, high beamed ceilings, and bathrooms with soft bathrobes and slippers.
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Pucic Family room 55 sqm
The Family room at the first floor consist of two rooms connected with corridor Double deluxe room 38,82sqm with king size bed and single room 18,69 sqm bed size 200 x140, with separate doors and bathrooms
Junior Suite 42,55 sqm
The Pucic Palace Junior Suite located at the first floor , features timeless design and a balcony overlooking Gundulic Square and named after same famoust person Ivan Gundulic. Specious room is devided on elegant sitting area and sleeping area with large king size bed
Senior Suite 53 sqm
The Senior Suite located on the top floor has classical features and modern design. Our luxury suite accommodation in Dubrovnik is named after Junije Palmotic, a nobleman of the city and features a spacious living room on two levels and bedroom. Bathroom has large jacuzzi ,it can be use as your on Spa space
Children are welcome to come and stay at Pucic Palace. However, there are no specific facilities available for children at the hotel except for a babysitting which can be arranged if necessary.
Café Royal and Defne restaurants serve Mediterranean and international influenced fine cuisine. The chef uses delicious fresh ingredients to create wonderful dishes. The Razonoda wine bar offers refreshing drinks and a wide selection of wines. Dining on the terrace in the charming square is a wonderful way to while away the evening.
Pucic Palace guests have exclusive access to the lovely Banje Beach so you can relax in a quiet area. It is about a 10 minute walk away.
Eastwest Beach Club is a must visit when you're in Dubrovnik - it has earned a reputation for attracting a crowd of hipsters, models, locals and chic visitors throughout the day and night. The club perfectly blends the need for relaxation and fun during the day with the urge to enjoy a vibrant and cosmopolitan party mood by night.
Dubrovnik is a fascinating city with much culture and history attached to it. The hotel can organize a number of tours and excursions for you to discover more about the city. You could go island hopping, sailing and take jeep safaris to see more of the local area. If you're seeking adventure, the hotel can advise on activities that may suit your interests such as scuba diving, water sports, yacht charter, horse riding and paintballing to name a few.
Cable Car above Dubrovnik
Whilst a lot of people opt to climb the city walls of Dubrovnik Old Town, an alternative or additional must-do is the cable car up Mount Srd above the town. You wont be disappointed by the views.
Elaphiti Islands Tour
Explore the Elaphiti Islands aboard your private yacht and discover scenic bays, hidden caves and golden-sand beaches with your local skipper.
Explore Dubrovnik Old Town
Explore the cobbled streets of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, lined with traditional churches and views of the Adriatic Sea. Learn the stories behind this quintessential walled city with your expert guide.
Mljet National Park
A short ferry ride from Dubrovnik lies the Mljet National Park, bordering two salt water lakes - Veliko and Malo Jezero and stretching for more than four kilometers. Surrounded by idyllic scenery, it's a lovely place to visit for the day.
Oyster Harvesting and Private Island Picnic
The picturesque region of Ston is home to an authentic Croatian delicacy. Set out by private boat to a tiny island and oyster farm for this exclusive oyster tasting picnic and witness them being harvested straight from the sea.
Ston and the Pelješac Peninsula
A wonderful day trip from Dubrovnik can take you to Ston and the Pelješac Peninsula, giving you a real taste of Croatian life. Join traditional fishermen, sample fresh seafood, and taste some excellent local wine.
Location & directions
Pucic Palace sits on the Gundulic Square in the heart of the Dubrovnik's Old Town. Gundulic Square is one of the most beautiful spaces in Dubrovnik and serves as a quaint market in the morning and the setting for glamorous alfresco dining in the evening.
How to get there
Outbound flights run everyday with British Airways from London Gatwick, a direct flight of 2-hours 30-minutes. Pucic Palace is a 30-minute drive from Dubrovnik Airport to the walls of the Old Town, followed by a short walk.