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[PHOTOS] Iconic 5-Star Dubrovnik Hotel Closes for Makeover

Hotel Excelsior Dubrovnik in the foreground (photo credit: Hotel Excelsior)

Hotel Excelsior Dubrovnik in the foreground (photo credit: Hotel Excelsior)

Housed in a former 1913 royal villa and built to take full advantage of a west-facing view of the glorious Old Town of Dubrovnik, Hotel Excelsior Dubrovnik is a landmark hotel in the city.

On Monday 31 October 2016 the hotel will close as it undergoes a makeover. Croatian architect studio BF, together with Franić Šekoranja studio, have been commissioned for the project to revamp the famous hotel.

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The hotel will remain closed over the winter months and will the new re-designed hotel will re-open in time for the 2017 season.

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Just a five-minute walk from the City Walls, Hotel Excelsior Dubrovnik has attracted a number of famous guests over the years, including Queen Elizabeth II and Elizabeth Taylor. Check out how the revamped hotel will look below.

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(photo credit: Hotel Excelsior)

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