Hotel Komodor3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We enjoyed the hotel, food and place where it was situated. The shower could be re vitalised. A very Happy Holiday. Friendly staff and very helpful with complex medical conditions. Bus tickets are fairly expensive and weekly tickets are not available apart to Residence. Bus service is excellent. Hotel is very close to the sea and a few shops and a Cinema
Ok so the rooms are straight out of the 70's but they are clean and had a massive double bed and a single in ours. Plenty of hot water in a good shower. The view out to the bay is lovely and the building works to improve the beach promenade are now finished I think. The rate we got for October was £257 for 4 nights B & B. Pretty good. The breakfast is good if you choose your way around it. I eat most things as does my wife so I loaded up on bacon and bouncy scrambled egg! Then fresh fruit, yoghurts etc. The staff were pleasant and like most Croatians we engaged with , didnt waste too many words on us! The location for us was great. Right next to the No 4 bus stop that takes you into the Old Town. Tickets on the bus are 15kuna single to town which takes minutes. Its also just off the beach and is near to a lot of cafes and restaurants and a supermarket. Dubrovnik is a super beautiful place, as are the surrounding islands and countryside.
If you want to experience what a visit to Dubrovnik was like in the 1960's or 70's under Communist rule, this is the hotel for you! While the location is good (near a beach, overlooking the water if you win the lottery and get a room with a view, on an easy bus route to Old Town), the hotel's rooms are small, dark, and cramped, with space for nothing more than a bed, a place to open a small suitcase on the floor, and one uncomfortable backless stool for seating. Pillows are like rubber bricks and were probably in use when Croatia was still part of Tito's Yugoslavia. The shower in our miniscule bathroom was about the right size for an eleven-year-old anorexic (if she didn't want to lift her arms to wash her hair) and the rough little poor quality bath towels sized to match. To top it all off, the hotel uses a daily repellent "deodorizing" spray in bedrooms that makes one want to flee on entry. In fact, we found it so unpleasant that we had to open our balcony doors as wide as possible in the middle of a rain storm the day we arrived and seek out the cleaning staff the next morning to beg them not to spray our room again while we were there . As far as service is concerned, the hotel's desk staff is pleasant and courteous, but totally ineffectual. Our simple requests were willingly accepted and agree to, but there was no follow-up to execute. It took three requests over three days to get a burned out lightbulb replaced in our room (maybe intentional lightbulb rationing?), and our morning request to make a call on our behalf for dinner reservations was overlooked entirely, resulting in the late afternoon desk clerk having to call numerous places on a busy summer evening until he finally got us squeezed in somewhere at 9:30pm - the last guests to be seated and served as the restaurant's musicians were packing up to leave. What this hotel needs is a complete makeover from top to bottom under new ownership that has a concept of hospitality in the 21st century!
Could be better. SHOULD be better. If a guest wants to change a room (because there's a noisy boiler room under room 109), a receptionist should know better than to say "It will stop after 8pm." Not planning to stay here again.
I found the Hotel Komodor to be a very welcoming place, everything was spotlessly clean. My room overlooked the terrace where the dining area was and I could see the sea through the trees. I didn't request this room, it was allocated to me. I also had to full length windows which opened fully and were fitted with slatted blinds, so I could have the windows open but was obscured from the outside. The staff were more than helpful, from calling taxis for us to recommending places to eat. I travelled with my daughter and her partner for my son's wedding and the receptionist ordered a larger taxi for us to travel to the Old Town for the wedding to accommodate my hat! Overall I would recommend this hotel for all of the above reasons and also because it is right on the waterfront with masses of restaurants a couple of minutes walk away. I would definitely stay here again.
The good: location steps from the beach. Mostly friendly staff. The bad: Sink ran brown when I turned it on to brush my teeth the first night. I went to the front desk and got a bottle of water since the sink water was foul. Then at check out they insisted on changing me 28 kuna ($5) for the bottle of water. Manager did not seem to care that the only reason I bought it was the brown water coming out of the bathroom sink. Absurd lack of consideration and service. Otherwise the room smelled damp and furnishings were worn out. If service had been better I could have easily overlooked the flaws for the location. Overall it's hard to recommend this place unless everything else is sold out.
Quite a small hotel, we have been twice now and highly recommend it. Hotel is exceptionally clean, meals are of a good standard and varied, the staff are really friendly and welcoming. Will be visiting again soon
Stayed here for 11 nights with my husband. Got here to a pokey little bedsit type room with no balcony. Bathroom very small so when you sat on the loo you banged your elbows on the toilet roll holder every time! Shower cubicle was tiny.Only one plug socket in the room. Ceiling light had two bulbs in it with only one working. Had a nice king size bed but the sheets must have been double as they weren't big enough. Air conditioner dripped water. Hot water wasn't very good so when you had a shower you struggled to get hot water and very often went cold whilst in it. The hairdryer provided is useless. Took 20 minutes to dry my shoulder length hair. Pool is very cold and couldnt go in it. Sunbeds not very comfortable but never struggled to get one. Food in the restaurant was bearable but not that great, however the staff all very friendly. Drinks very expensive so walk up The road to bars which are abit cheaper. The place is clean but needs a bit of updating in the rooms. Think if your staying for more than 7 nights you need room with a balcony. I wouldn't go back because I now know that there a places alot better for virtually the same price. Not a 3 star. More of a 2 star plus.
We stayed here for a long weekend and it was a good location, not super close to town but with good links to the old town of Dubrovnik. The staff were really helpful and supported any way they could. The reception is well decorated however the rooms could do with updating as the decor is outdated. The shower is excellent.
booked a single room, no problems whatsover with size, tv channel is a bit limited and didnt work properly but was most days out anyway. Breakfast was good, but if you are staying for longer gets a bit boring, always the same selection. But the location is perfect, bus stop really close to city center. Great staff
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool
Located in Lapad, Hotel Komodor is within a few miles (5 km) of popular sights such as Onofrio's Fountain and Franciscan Monastery. This 63-room, 3-star hotel has free breakfast, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. On the waterfront, it's also near Orlando's Column and Sponza Palace.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM. Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.
Hotel Komodor's 63 air-conditioned rooms provide desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.
Guests of Hotel Komodor enjoy an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. You can take advantage of free offsite parking, along with an airport shuttle (available on request) for HRK 250-370 per vehicle roundtrip. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include coffee/tea in a common area, a terrace, and laundry facilities.
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72% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 327 reviews