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The Perfect Place for a True Vacation in Croatia

Royal_1With the European summer fast approaching, thousands of Croatia’s Diaspora living around the globe will be now talking to their travel agents and planning their annual holidays back to the ‘homeland’ to visit family and friends. With a number of family obligations to attend to, sometimes many leave not feeling like they have had a true, pampered break, but there is one place who knows better than the rest how to give those Croatians a true vacation in Croatia, and Trip Advisor agrees….

The Luxury Royal Princess Hotel Dubrovnik, located on Lapad peninsula and only a few steps from the pristine Adriatic Sea, is the flagship luxury hotel in the Importanne Group’s chain of luxury hotels, a group which has its own Croatian diaspora ties.

After returning to Croatia from Canada in the early 1990’s to invest in developing the successful Importanne Center and Importanne Galleria shopping centers in the capital Zagreb, Importanne Group owner, Croatian-Canadian businessman dr. sc. Ciril Zovko, expanded operations onto the southern Dalmatian coast with Importanne Hotels & Resort Dubrovnik, a chain of luxury hotels – Hotel Neptun, Hotel Ariston, Royal Palm Hotel, Royal Princess Hotel and Villa Elita, the most elite tourist building in the Dubrovnik region.

The international influence, vision, and premium standards which guarantee guests a dream vacation, has been quickly recognized, with the Royal Princess Hotel Dubrovnik being the highest ranked luxury hotel in Dubrovnik for 2014, and the 2nd highest ranked luxury hotel in the whole of Croatia by the world’s largest travel community website Trip Advisor.

The Royal Princess Hotel has 54 luxurious Deluxe Suites and a Presidential Suite, where everybody will truly feel like royalty, as befits Dubrovnik. Enchanting views overlooking the spectacular Adriatic sea from the rooms and balconies awaits, with the hotel offering guests unrivaled levels of comfort and luxury, while the designer furniture, in combination with the rest of the interior, blends into the amazing synergy of traditional and modern design.

Guests staying at the Royal Princess Hotel have the opportunity to enjoy exclusive restaurants and unique culinary delicacies, including the stunning La Castile restaurant, which possess one of the most beautiful terraces in Dubrovnik with amazing sunrise and sunset views, Mediterranean garden and seaside walkways, wellness center with indoor and outdoor pool, fitness center, saunas, relaxation area and massage rooms, as well as a modern golf simulator. The Royal Wellness & Spa zone also features a unique form of aromatic spa treatment based on endemic oils from the Dubrovnik region.

So, if you are one of those Croatians visiting Croatia from abroad in the summer, and are looking for that truly idyllic holiday experience with unprecedented service and quality in what is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, then look no further. You can check out the Royal Princess Hotel website here for more details.


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