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Prijeko Palace

Prijeko 24, Dubrovnik 20000 Croatia
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#10 of 238 B&Bs / Inns in Dubrovnik
Prijeko Palace, the Isusovich-Braichi palace on Ulica Prijeko 24, is one of Dubrovniks iconic buildings. The building has a long and rich history. The noble family Isusevic-Braichi constructs the house in 1470. The architect was Giorgio da Sebenico, a famous architect in that time. The palace passed through violent ages with fires, war, depredation and earthquakes. The earthquake of 1667 was the worst; 2 floors of the palace collapsed and were never restored in its old shape. Over these turbulent years the palace was significantly damaged and lot of the valuable parts were either stripped or destroyed. Ownership of the building changed hands more times and was in 2004 acquired by Acquest doo. The interior of Prijeko Palace went through a complete restoration in order to modernise the building and bring back to its former glory, with thanks to the government of Croatia, which allows the owners to do so. Prijeko Palace is renovated to the highest standard and has regained its original beauty. The renovations were performed in close cooperation with architect Zeljko Pekovic (Omeega Engineering), the building company Vodpija and the local conservators. Prijeko Palace is renovated to the highest standard and has regained its original beauty. The impressive palace is situated on Ulica Prijeko, in the middle of the Old City of Dubrovnik. Prijeko Palace offers now a high degree of luxury and customizable renting plans in its 9 double rooms. The individually decorated rooms make it ideal for romantic getaways, honeymoons, wedding parties, exclusive use, executive meetings, hideaways... It is possible to rent an entire floor or even the entire building if needed. The aim of Prijeko Pacace is that our guests should not have the feeling of staying in a regular hotel, but more the feeling of staying at a renaissance heritage building with the services and privacy that comes with it. Prijeko Palace is the perfect harmony of the past and the present.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool / beach towels
Free breakfast
Children's television networks
Rooftop terrace
Baggage storage
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Bar / lounge
Coffee shop
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Private check-in / check-out
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Private balcony
Flatscreen TV
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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English, Croatian
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Rodrigo P wrote a review Nov 2021
Quito, Ecuador26 contributions36 helpful votes
If you are a consummated heavy lifter or if you travel very, very light, this may be the hotel for you. Otherwise you must seriously consider booking this hotel since you must climb several flights of stairs in the surrounding streets to reach the hotel, and then in the hotel itself, more steep stairs must be climbed to reach the rooms. This may be a normal situation in Dubrovnik, but the personnel from the hotel offers no assistance at all when you arrive with your luggage, which makes things much more difficult. When we were approaching the hotel, we called to inform them that we will reach Pila Gate soon, so that someone could help my wife with the luggage, since there is no way to park there, and after dropping the luggage, I had to go away with the car to return it at the car rental office, which is a few kilometers away. The reply that I got was that the person in charge was busy with check-in (they only have nine rooms, so the staff should not be soooo busy when checking in passengers). I called again when we arrived and I was told that since it was close to 6PM the personnel were busy with dinner, so nobody could assist my wife. When I arrived after returning the car, I found that two staff from the restaurant were sitting, idly, so definitively they were not busy as to not helping, and upon climbing the stairs towards the room, I found our luggage sitting there by itself, as no one was planning on carrying it to the room. The charming young lady in charge of the front desk apologized for the situation, explaining that it was not her decision, but the management decision, that it is not the staff business to carry the luggage of the passengers. They charge as a luxury hotel, but treat their passengers as if they were backpackers... wrong attitude or wrong niche of market. So, again, if you have luggage, consider seriously choosing a different hotel. The WiFi was good and hot water plenty, though at room 301 water leaks from the shower, so after taking a bath the bathroom floor is all wet. At room 202 there is no head shower, but only a handheld shower, and the glass wall covers only part of the shower so, again it is practically impossible to take a shower without wetting the whole bathroom. The hotel’s façade is beautiful, probably one of the most beautiful in Dubrovnik, with amazing carving and balconies, but they have installed three large umbrellas in front of the hotel covering the façade, so it cannot be seen (pity). The rooms are spacious considering the limitations you can expect in this kind of city, but the decoration which tries to be avant-garde, results in an atmosphere that is detrimental to the inherent beauty of the building. In one of the rooms we stayed, the pictures of the “artist” that was in display there were nothing close the “works of art” that are claimed to be, but actually disturbing. Of course, that is my personal opinion, and we all know that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. On the other hand, I found the chandelier that illuminates the dinning room in the upper floor (which unfortunately was not in use when we stayed) gorgeous. Several areas of the hotel where guests pass by were been used as storage, which is not acceptable in a hotel that charges US$250+ per night… Location is good. Breakfast was just OK and the first morning we had to ask if we would get some drink, as none was offered to us. In short, the hotel is OK, but could be much better if there was a service-oriented attitude from the staff, who probably are used to do the least effort since in normal times Dubrovnik gets so busy that demand always exceeds supply…. Not the ideal situation for the customer. If I return to Dubrovnik, I would definitively not stay at Prijeko Palace again.
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Date of stay: October 2021
cacetait wrote a review Nov 2021
Arlington, Virginia33 contributions17 helpful votes
For the price we paid, this hotel was ultimately not worth it. First of all, you need to be a heavy sleeper because the noises in the area (and we were there off-season) are extremely loud - both from the actual hotel and restaurant itself to the nearby street where numerous tourists and locals eat and socialize all the way through 3 a.m. or so. In addition, they empty trash cans between 4:45 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. every single day and they do not care one bit about sleeping tourists. Even though there was a temperature control in the room, it didn't work as advertised - first, you can't really control the actual temperatures - there is a lower limit that you can't get below and it isn't factual; second - it will blow heat at night even if you want cool air. I'm not a fan of establishments that charge a substantial fee for your overnight stay where you do not have ultimate control of the temperature of your room. We heard a nearby couple complain to the hotel about the heat as well, and they were given a excuse about costs and the time of the year, etc. etc. The restaurant was really good, though - and I'd recommend people go to the hotel restaurant just for the food (skip the lodging). Ideally located, but the noise and heat pretty much ruined it for us.
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Date of stay: October 2021
Room Tip: Choose a room at least 2 stories above the check-in desk.
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Annie wrote a review Sep 2021
Miami, Florida9 contributions1 helpful vote
We chose this hotel because it is one of the few inside the walled city that has elevator. However, the elevator starts on the 1st floor so you always have to go up and down one flight of stairs. Staying inside the wall also means the taxi has to drop you at the closest gate (pile gate) and you have to walk to the hotel. To reach the hotel you need to go up several stairs within the city (see attached picture - you need to go up the first two set of stairs shown). The hotel does not provide bell service because the city doesn’t allow it. However, the lady at the check in desk helped us with the luggage when we arrived, but we didn’t get any help when we left. The breakfast is amazing - I highly recommend you include that in your stay. Room was spacious but bed was soft. Decorations are very nice. Our room had a very cute balcony with grapevines. Please be aware because there are many restaurants downstairs on the street the hotel is located there is a lot of noise until about midnight. In addition, there was noise very early in the morning (at about 5 am) when they take out the garbage. I highly recommend taking earplugs. If we would go to Dubrovnik again we would probably stay at the Hilton which is right outside Pile Gate. But if you want to stay inside this hotel is one of the best options.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
LauraM wrote a review Sep 2021
Nashville, Tennessee230 contributions71 helpful votes
Great location. So easy to walk to all of the sites in Dubrovnik while not being on a noisy street. Make sure to travel light because the old town is a pedestrian only zone, so you will have to carry your suitcases down and up some cobblestone stairs to get to the hotel. The staff was very friendly and helpful, the breakfast delicious. If you are on the 4th floor you may hear some noise from the kitchen in the evening.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Avoid lots of luggage - you will be carrying it on cobblestone streets and steps
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Nicole R wrote a review Jul 2021
5 contributions2 helpful votes
This hotel was our favorite on our trip through Croatia. Excellent, very helpful staff (they also arranged a private walking tour for us with Polawalks that we greatly recommend)! A beautiful room - very spacious, comfortable and with a small fridge and balcony. Excellent breakfast. Thank you for the wonderful stay!
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Date of stay: June 2021
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US$129 - US$409 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
CroatiaDalmatiaDubrovnik-Neretva CountyDubrovnik
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Frequently Asked Questions about Prijeko Palace
Which popular attractions are close to Prijeko Palace?
Nearby attractions include Walls of Dubrovnik (0.1 km), Old Town (0.07 km), and Malvasija Wine Bar (0.09 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Prijeko Palace?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Prijeko Palace?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at Prijeko Palace?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Prijeko Palace?
Conveniently located restaurants include Forty Four Restaurant, Oyster & Sushi Bar Bota, and Lucin Kantun.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Prijeko Palace?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Croatian.
Are there any historical sites close to Prijeko Palace?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Walls of Dubrovnik (0.1 km), St. John's Fortress (0.3 km), and Fort Lovrijenac (0.4 km).