The Pucić Palace in Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik’s Old Town is a window into the past, a place full of textures, sounds, smells and sensations that traverse time. And in the heart of the Old Town, at the end of the famous street Stradun, in Gundulić Square, heritage boutique hotel The Pucić Palace.
Built in the 17th century, this grand building was once home to the Dubrovnik’s aristocratic family Pucić. The Pucić family left their mark on Dubrovnik’s history through their political work and their love of art. In 1895 the palace began to serve as a hotel – called hotel De la Ville, and this tradition of hospitality continues today with 17 luxury rooms and 2 suites creating exclusive and intimate experience.
The timeless design of this heritage building ensures guests’ complete satisfaction. The large bathrooms feature thousands of Romanesque Italian mosaic tiles lining the walls with the royal porcelain lined copper baths and washbasins. Natural light pours into the rooms through oversized windows to fulfill memorable and amazing experience with dash of history and past.
The Pucić Palace Hotel shows the most beautiful moments of the history in the new age.