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Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik to reopen on 15th April

Posted : 13 April 2018 06:45:32 | By TWO Bureau | Dubrovnik

Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik to reopen on 15th April

The five-star Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik is to re-open its doors on the April 15th after a major renovation, with new interiors and with  increased capacity of accommodation to 149. 


Originally opened in 1897 and located on the doorstep of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, the hotel that revolutionised contemporary hospitality in Croatia has been restored to its former glory.


The comman areas including the Executive Lounge and Reception will match the hotel’s imperial history and glamorous reputation. The Hilton Imperial is the modern hotel in Dubrovnik offering stunning views over the medieval Old Town and the Adriatic Sea.


The hotel’s location cemented its status as the ‘in’ destination causing a rich array of guests to stay at the hotel over the decades including King Edward VIII and his wife Wallis Simpson, The prestigious hotel also hosted great Irish play writer George Bernard Shaw - who wrote “Those who seek Earthly paradise should come and see Dubrovnik’.


Re-flagged as Hilton in 2005 and patented as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik has preserved its


Mario Matkovic, general manager at Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik, said: “The Hilton Imperial is considered one of Dubrovnik’s landmarks, with its striking façade featuring in many holiday-makers photos, especially when illuminated at night.


“We’ve preserved this iconic exterior while updating the interiors to reflect the hotel’s imperial heritage, bringing 19th-century grandeur together with contemporary luxury and style.


“With 120 years of five-star hospitality excellence under our belt, the Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik remains one of the most popular destination hotels in the historic Old Town area.


“We look forward to welcoming back our loyal and new guests this April.”

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