Royal Blue Hotel to Debut in Dubrovnik in April

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Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast continues to reign as a popular travel destination for Americans. News for visitors to the beautiful city of Dubrovnik: The Pearl of the Adriatic will soon have a new luxury hotel to add to its roster. Come April, the Royal Blue Hotel will open its doors on the waterfront less than three miles from the Old City. This is the newest property from Importanne Hotels and Resorts, which also runs Hotel Neptun, Hotel Ariston, Royal Princess Hotel, Royal Palm Hotel and Villa Elite.

There will be 81 guestrooms in two categories: Deluxe Rooms with Balcony and Deluxe Sea View Rooms with Balcony. Swank facilities include a wellness zone, two outdoor pools, a virtual golf simulator, and the only rooftop swimming pool in Dubrovnik. The beach club, certified with the “Blue Flag” for the cleanliness of the sea, offers complimentary beach towels, sun loungers and parasols for guests. Cocktails and juices will be available at the On the Rocks cocktail bar and lounge. If you arrive by car, the Royal Blue Hotel will have a complimentary parking garage, and the hotel can also arrange airport and city transfers. 

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