A fabulous holiday at Villa Scheherazade on the Adriatic coast

On the rocky coast of the Adriatic Sea, amongst green cypresses and palm trees lies the oldest city in Croatia, Dubrovnik. The old Dubrovnik has preserved many Renaissance sights. Architectural masterpieces are found everywhere. For guests arriving in Dubrovnik, homestay and luxury hotels are available. Not far from the Old Town in the village of Dobry Vody, among terraces and gardens, rises a magnificent villa “Scheherazade”.

Villa infrastructure

The majestic building, built in 1939, is distinguished by its unique and elegant Moroccan style. The atmosphere of the villa takes guests back to the beginning of the last century.

Guests arriving at the villa will be greeted by professionally trained staff, who will unobtrusively make the stay and rest of guests comfortable and cozy.

Room stock

Villa Shakherezada has a total of five comfortable suites with the highest quality standards. Luxury fabrics with original textures, furniture from leading designers in the rooms dispose to comfortable rest. Each room has a mini-bar, TV, safe.

The chic living rooms and bedrooms have views over the blue Adriatic and gardens with palm trees and cypresses. On quiet evenings, guests can sit out on the large terraces.

Food and services

A banquet hall, a dining room, a Jacuzzi and an open-air pool surrounded by green palm trees are at the guests’ disposal. A professionally equipped kitchen with the most modern appliances is at guests’ disposal. The isolation of the hotel allows for private business meetings and special special events in the conference room. Only the Internet and mobile communications will remind the guests of the hectic modern world.

For guests wishing to visit the villa “Scheherazade”, the doors are open all year round. Rest in the charming atmosphere of the hotel will plunge into the fabulous world and will be remembered for a lifetime as a trip to paradise!


Alina Abramova

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