Pearl of the Adriatic
Dubrovnik, a monument of romanticism, with its roads paved with stones and the ramparts surrounding the whole city which are under protection of UNESCO. Terraced along the mountain slope at whose foot there is a bay with turquoise blue water creating an unforgettably relaxing atmosphere, the hotel is a short distance from the historic Old City and International Airport of Dubrovnik.
Whether you opt to feel relaxed, beautiful, purified or spoiled, we at the hotel Spa can create a collection of treatments to rediscover your mind and soul balance. The first floor features indoor and outdoor pool, kids’ pool, Jacuzzis, various saunas, tropical and adventure showers, Turkish bath, hydro-massage, aromatherapy, snow fountain and relaxation area. While on the second floor guests can enjoy 4 treatment rooms, cosmetic room, cosmetic treatments, body and face treatments, Thai massage room and VIP room, overlooking the crystal blue sea.
At the hotel you will enjoy performances by top artists, evenings of Hasidic music and a variety of entertaining programs. Shiurim with well-known Rabbis, fascinating and enriching lectures by prestigious speakers, plus a full range of activities.
Offering an excellent gourmet cuisine with an outstanding Pesach menu, which will combine the highest professional European standards with our own treasured Jewish tradition. A true culinary celebration with a staff of world-class chefs, cooks, and bakery specialists, will allow you to savour the special tastes of an outstanding Pesach menu fit for a king throughout your stay.
Dubrovnik is nestled in the heart of a beautiful and diverse landscape, combining the wonders of nature with fascinating points of interest. An area rich in historical and cultural sites alongside beaches with turquoise water dotted with islands. Dubrovnik is considered to be the most beautiful of Croatia’s cities, its tourist capital, attracting more international tourists than all the country’s other tourist sites combined. It boasts a variety of attractions suitable to people of all ages and lifestyles.
George Bernard Shaw described it as a gem by saying, “If you want to see heaven on earth, come to Dubrovnik”. It is ideally located at the end of the Adriatic archipelago and boasts impressive architecture, buildings with golden stones, rich in history, stunning scenery and ideal weather. The atmosphere is pleasant and friendly and its residents are warm, friendly and welcoming.
Glatt Mehadrin, Non-Gebrokts, supervised by Rav Nechemiah Rothenberg of Vienna