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Hotel Lero

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We choose the upgraded executive room with balcony, make sure you do too. Positives: - Huge modern room - Very clean - Very comfortable bed with no noise from outside, blackout curtains and fantastic air conditioning - Balcony is a sun trap, decent furniture - Breakfast has a good selection - Good staff, especially cleaner and reception - Old town 20min walk down (25 back due to hill) however the bus stop is outside and is frequent - Pool area is good, only parts get the sun at certain points Watchouts: - Dinner is unimaginative, it's very limited, not of a particularly high standard we are out 4 of 7 nights because of this - Drinks are really expensive, particularly soft drinks, about £2.50 for 200ml. There's a local shop 5mins away which is cheap and ideal Overall it's a good hotel, we would go again for the room. Dubrovnik is a great place to visit.

My partner & I stayed for 4 nights at Hotel Lero & could not find any faults whatsoever. The rooms are clean & tidy, the staff are very welcoming, helpful & polite & the facilities (such as the pool, gym, toilets etc) are kept clean with the added bonus of no sun bed reservations. This means you can have a lie in, go to breakfast & still obtain a sun bed by the pool. The food is of a good standard, the breakfast has a wide selection of freshly cooked foods. My partner & I were bed & breakfast board but decided to eat one night at the hotel. The food again was delicious with a wide variety, however there is a restaurant next door (Taj Mahal) which is even more delicious & a must try. The hotel is in a good location with shops, restaurants & a beach nearby with a 20 min walk to Old Town. I would definitely recommend this hotel for all ages, couples & families and if I was to return to Dubrovnik I would stay again in Hotel Lero.

Stopped here mid August at a very busy and hot time of year with my wife and 2 teenage boys. Hotel is quite modern in style and has pool area in a courtyard style, pleasant and well ran, although busy they actively manage sun bed hoggers which is really good. Things major thing to improve is the horrendous music from 60s, 70s and 80s piped everywhere. Come on guys, let's get a bit more modern, anything in this century would do. 2) ra

I spend five nights in this hotel at the beginning of July (high season)....Price on Expedia was better then on their own website....Booked hotel transfer with expedia too (worked wery well)....Didn't have good view, my room was in back building and it's in a residential area....room was clean, stuff very friendly...twin bads are very close, almost touching....breakfast buffet is nice, tipical European , but exactly the same every day.....nice, but not very big swimming pool...bus line number 4 is just outdide and will take you to old city...tickets 12 kuna if you buy it at hotel reception and 15 with driver....or scenic 15 minutes max walk (what I preferred)...closest beach is about 10 minutes walk ( public beach but it's overlooking Bellevue Hotel.....there is about 130 stairs to get there...but it's worth it....Compared to other hotels on proksimity to old city , I thought this was the best deal....

I may here at the moment and have stayed recently at a hotel with the same star rating in korcula and this is a let down. The staff are unwelcoming except for the piano bar staff. The reception staff and excursions help are not welcoming the air conditioning doesn't seem to work in public areas. The pool is tiny and the views are awful well there aren't any. We have a superior room with balcony and yea the room is huge but the bath is tiny you can't sit in it.... Some of the lights don't work and tbh the staff are not easy to approach so cba..... Each time we eat they are cleaning up th second you take a breath

The hotel may have once been 4*, but I don't think our room was up to that standard, it was rather dated and looking a bit shabby. We were provided with shower gel/shampoo and not much else in the bathroom. There was a shower, but no bath. Our room, with a view of the pool, was well equipped with: kettle, Twinings tea (take this to breakfast as it's better than what's on offer), dressing gowns/slippers, TV and a safe. Although we didn't make use of the pool it seemed highly unlikely that you could get a sun lounger without having to bag it at the crack of dawn. Croatia though for me isn't a place where you come to lie by the pool. The half board option was good value. Breakfast and desserts were amazing, but the main meals were hit and miss and like some other reviewers mention not hot enough. The waiting staff were friendly and helpful. There was always plenty of choice and for what we paid you can't go wrong. Eating out in Dubrownik is very expensive. For us it was a 20 minute walk down the hill to the old town, there is a packed bus service available. If you go out of the hotel, turn right and walk for 10-15 mins you'll find a very cheap welcoming local bar. The Jet2 welcoming meeting wasn't of much use, apart from to book tours, because it's held in the foyer area, where the rep can't be heard. We booked tours for Fish Picnic, Mostar and Montenegro. The Mostar and Montenegro tours were interesting, but be prepared to spend hours on the coach.

Modern hotel with friendly and helpful reception staff, checked in early and no problems. Room was ok but not what I would call 4 star. A bit of poo in the toilet when we arrived, a stain on the carpet and dust on some surfaces. Breakfast is good - a nice buffet with all one would need. Pool is small but nice and relaxed and the staff there (a chap and a girl) are really nice and helpful. The bar - really expensive but the bar staff are the most miserable I have ever experienced in any country. They can't be bothered to smile, say hello, please or thank you. They really let the hotel down and seem to not want to be there. This can only be seeping down from the bar manager or F&B manager. The evening meal is not good. Very basic buffet which does not look very appetising. With a bottle of Chardonnay- total £70 for 2 people - a bit much. Housekeeping - again not good, floor was rarely hoovered, drinking glasses hardly replaced during a 10 day stay. Some staff are excellent but a few really let the experience down and in my opinion - have a major impact on the quality of the entire hotel and needs addressing.

My wife and I spent 6 nights at this hotel and got to know it well. Location: excellent, about 8 min bus ride to Dubrovnik's main entrance to Old Town, 15-20 minutes on foot. Bus stop about 30 yards from the hotel. Front desk: very helpful at all times with information about how to go places and how to get there. Perfect English spoken. Room: we requested a quiet room and got it. Plenty of space to keep everything. Comfortable bathroom. Excellent breakfast, offering a large variety of choices.

the hotel is a very beautiful and nicely situated. one can see the mountains and openness of the area and the views are just breathtaking. the property has adjoining restaurants where live music is played

Just returned from a great week in Dubrovnik. Hotel Lero is very clean, well run hotel situated on a busy road within walking distance to the old town which takes about 30 mins. There are a couple of issues, the evening meal is dreadful, after three nights we opted for a packed lunch (in the loosest sense of the words) instead of our evening meal as we couldn't face another night in the restaurant. We never had a hot meal, the food was tepid to say the least. The breakfasts are excellent, everything you could wish for. The other problem was the usual, sun beds around the pool. At 8am every bed had a towel put on, but not a person in sight! This needs to be managed properly by the management. The pool area is shaded and it was a little like musical beds trying to follow the sun! On a positive note the staff are friendly and very helpful.

Iva Vojnovica 14 Dubrovnik

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Onofrio's Fountain and Franciscan Monastery
  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining

Located in Montovjerna, Hotel Lero is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Onofrio's Fountain and Franciscan Monastery. This 4-star hotel has 180 guestrooms and offers conveniences like free breakfast, a full-service spa, and an outdoor pool. Orlando's Column and Sponza Palace are also near this Dubrovnik hotel.


Dining

Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay. Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. You can get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

All 180 recently renovated accommodations feature separate bedrooms. Guests can expect free WiFi and 82-cm LED TVs with satellite channels. Minibars, safes, and phones are also standard.


Property features

Hotel Lero features a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center. If you drive, self parking is HRK 75 per day, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for HRK 275 per vehicle one-way. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage and securing valuables. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room.

Room options

Executive Room, Balcony (4 * )

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Family Room, 2 Bedrooms

Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Superior Double or Twin Room (4 * )

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

83% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 1089 reviews