1.) How can I make a reservation?
To make a reservation You can simply call us or send us an e-mail request. For making a reservation we require Your name, the exact period of Your stay and Your credit card information as guarantee of payment (name of the card holder, card type, number and expiry date). You can pay by cash or credit card at the reception of the hotel.
2.) How do I reach Maestral Hotels?
3.) How can I reach the Old Town?
Our hotels are on direct bus route to the historical centre of Dubrovnik, which is about 4 km away. Regular bus line nr 4 runs every 15-20 minutes. The ride lasts for about 10-15 minutes. You can buy bus tickets at the reception of the hotel, at any newspaper stand or on the bus. You can also reach the centre by taxi. Taxi station Lapad is nearby and the reception of the hotel will order a taxi on Your request.
4.) Were can I do some shopping?
The Old City is a place for shopping, but do not hesitate to browse each small street, because You never know what kind of a new authentic store You will find in one of them. Beside many souvenir shops You will find small shops where lacemakers, jewelers and embroiderers are selling their work as well as shops where You can buy clothes, shoes and accessories. There are also a few shopping centers in the new part of town, in the area of Lapad, called DOC, Mercante, Minčeta. Or You can visit a large shopping center "SUB City" outside Dubrovnik (ask the front desk where you can take a bus line number 10. Ask the driver at which stop you need to exit).
5.) Which excursions do You recommend?
There are many places in and around Dubrovnik worth visiting, small authentic villages, untouched islands, and of course, the Old Town of Dubrovnik, the crown jewel of them all. It all depends on how much time You have. If You want to lose a few hours take a small boat from the Old City port to the Lokrum island, an island from ancient legends featuring a small botanical garden. Another idea is renting a car and driving through villages around Dubrovnik where the locals would love to share their story with You while You enjoy a glas of home made wine and some local specialties. If You have a whole day You shouldn't miss visiting Mljet island, one of the most attractive and most interesting cultural-historical pearls of the Mediterranean sea, popular amongs couples in love, nature and history worshipers and many others, or go on a cruise around the Elaphiti islands.
6.) Where is the nearest beach?
All of our hotels are situated near the sea, Vis and Splendid directly on the beach, and Komodor, Adriatic and Uvala 30 meters from the beach. All You have to do is cross the street and climb down the stairs.
7.) What is the local currency?
The local currency is KUNA. Most of the stores do not accept euros so You have to change money. You can do that at the reception of the hotel, in exchange offices, banks or at the post office.