Known as the land of a thousand islands, beaches in Croatia are just as gorgeous as their more famous Italian counterparts. Soak up some rays on Hvar Island, stroll the streets of Old Town in seaside city ...Go to Destination
Stay overnight in Montenegro’s most exclusive 5-star hotel, located on its own island in a fishing village. It includes 50 rooms and 8 grand suites, the latter at the Villa Milocer, which was once the summer home of Yugoslavia’s Queen Maria.
This is the No. 1 hotel in Hvar because of its plush, private rooms that make you feel like you’re the only one on the island. For an extra $30,000, you can rent the hotel’s yacht for a 3-day cruise of the Dalmatian islands.
Fabrika bb, 21450 Hvar, Croatia
This hotel is the best 5-star hotel in Dubrovnik. The presidential suite is pure luxury! It has 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, living room and unmatched views of the Adriatic Sea. Book the entire fifth floor and create your own VIP party wing.
Pera Čingrije 7, 20 000 Dubrovnik, Croatia
Stay in the lap of luxury in Rovinj, located on Croatia’s Istrian Peninsula. This city was once part of the Venetian empire; today, it is one of the most romantic, yet unknown, vacation destinations in the world.
52210 Rovinj, V. Nazora 6
If staying at a large resort isn’t your thing, try this luxury hotel. This hotel’s rooms feature stunning views of the Adriatic Sea. The presidential suite has 2 bedrooms, a dining room and 2 private entrances.
Grljevacka 2A, Podstrana, 21312 Split, Croatia