Close proximity to Dubrovnik, check. Next to the beach, check. Chic minimalist design, check. Indoor spa and outside pool, check. I bring to you Hotel Kompas. At check in, we were treated to a room upgrade and spent the first evening indulging on truffle pasta, french fries and beer. That’s when you know you’ve arrived.
We’d booked a classic room at their lowest rate, and ended up with a superior sea view room instead. Kaching. The room has a spacious yet cosy feel and plenty of storage to keep two week’s worth of clothes in. The beds are soft and doughy, which in combination with the blackout curtains make for a glorious mid-afternoon, too much sun and over indulged on pizza nap.
The rooftop bar serves delicious cocktails throughout the day and night, and is the perfect place to chill out watching sunset. There’s also a bar area on the ground floor if you like to watch the world go by.
I would most definitely visit Hotel Kompas again and recommend checking it out if you’re thinking of taking a trip to Dubrovnik. We paid around £240 per night as the weak pound ended up boosting up the price by 10% from the time we booked earlier in the year to when we arrived. I’d still say that’s pretty good value and would be happy to pay that same rate again, room upgrade aside.
My final holiday post all about Mljet island is on the way soon!