After being closed for the last five months, one of Dubrovnik’s iconic hotels has re-opened its doors for guests again.
The Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik has been closed as it underwent renovations ahead of the summer season. Built in 1897, Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik is one of the city’s most recognisable hotels.
Over the last five months, the hotel has seen its reception area, executive lounge and all rooms refurbished. Studio Goddard Littlefair was responsible for the refurbishment project.
“The Hilton Imperial is considered one of Dubrovnik’s landmarks, with its striking facade featuring in many holiday-maker’s photos, especially when lit up 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,” General Manager Mario Matkovic said.
The hotel bar has also been renovated and features a new elegant interior. The bar also has a new name to go with its new look – The Imperial Bar and Lounge.
Along with the Hilton Dubrovnik and DoubleTree by Hilton in Zagreb, in the next two years, Hilton will open a further two hotels in Croatia – Hotel Canopy by Hilton opens in September at Branimir Centre in September, while Hilton Garden Inn is set to open next year in Zagreb also.