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Remisens Hotel Albatros

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Od Zala 1, Cavtat, Konavle 20210 Croatia
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#9 of 19 hotels in Cavtat
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The Remisens Hotel Albatros (4*) is located right by the sea in the fantastic surroundings of the town of Cavtat. This four-star hotel, completely renovated in 2018, is the ideal choice for a quiet and fun family holiday by the sea. The newly refurbished rooms have been decorated with special attention to detail to guarantee a pleasant stay for guests. Some rooms offer an undisturbed view of the sea, others are located on the side of the building, and all offer the peace and quiet that you need. In addition to refurbished rooms, from 2018 the hotel also features communal areas that have been renovated, as have the restaurant, wellness centre, and indoor pool.
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Property amenities
Paid private parking on-site
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Beach
Tennis court
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Wifi
Pool with view
Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Saltwater pool
Fitness / spa changing rooms
Sauna
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Snack bar
Poolside bar
Entertainment staff
Evening entertainment
Table tennis
Kids club
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Spa
Massage
Salon
Gift shop
Sun umbrellas
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
Safe
Minibar
Flatscreen TV
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Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
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Family rooms
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English, French, Croatian, German and 1 more

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Greg F wrote a review Aug 2020
4 contributions7 helpful votes
Last year we spent 10 days in Cavtat, near Dubrovnik in Croatia. There were 7 of us – 2 adults and 5 teenagers. We flew direct from Cork which was one of the attractions. Judging by the accents there was a similar view in Belfast, Birmingham and Glasgow. We stayed in The Hotel Albatros – a four star hotel about 750 metres from the centre of Cavtat. We had four rooms on the second floor – 241-4. The hotel is U-shaped with a central hub looking out at the very beautiful Croatian coastline. We booked superior rooms with a sea view. Unfortunately those room numbers are near the base of the U so that even though we had a sea view, about 50% of the view is the central hub. The people in rooms 226-38 almost certainly had a much fuller view. The verandas are the width of the room, but are very shallow fitting only a director’s chair. There is no chance of lying out. There is much to like about the hotel. The staff are friendly and multi-lingual and the hotel is extremely clean and well kept. The pool area is well laid out and not over populated. There are two pools – a main one sufficiently big enough for the entertainment staff to run daily water polo matches, and a donut shaped kids pool. The decking area is spacious with more than enough loungers – rattan style, canopies, umbrellas and waste bins. In addition to the water polo, the entertainment staff run archery, pistol shooting, soccer, volleyball, yoga, aqua aerobics as well as some form of evening entertainment. The sports are well run and very inclusive although the production values of the evening entertainment would be poor at best. The rooms were clean and well maintained. They had a television which we never turned on, but the kids said UK TV was PPV. The rooms had a fridge rather than a minibar, which was a relief. Although the rooms had a kettle, there were no cups/tea or coffee. It all seemed fairly pointless. There was a hair dryer. The air conditioning worked perfectly, although you had to go to the check-in desk to have the temperature changed. The beds were basic but satisfactory. The bathroom was good with an excellent shower and limitless piping hot water. There was no iron or ironing board. The wardrobe and cupboard space was quite sufficient for a couple holidaying for 10 days The major standout issue in the hotel is the food. It was not good being significantly poorer than anything we experienced in a similar hotel in the Canaries. We were on a half board tariff on the basis that it was similar to B&B. The half board was breakfast and dinner although they did allow you to change to lunch if you registered your preference at the check-in desk before 10am. The whole re-registering rigmarole was fairly pointless as you could come and go as you please. There were never any checks. If you were so inclined you could probably pay for no food and still eat at every sitting. In fact you could be in an apartment down the street and still eat in the Albatros whenever you wanted. You would however not want to do that. Many of the guests were on an all-inclusive tariff. They were identified by a blue wrist band riveted to the arm on arrival. This also allowed you free drink up until 11pm in any of the bars around the dining area and pool. The pool bar was the same also offering soft drinks, coffee and ice cream. Other than the alcohol, everything else appeared to be available to all guests. It wasn’t made clear to me so I just used it like everybody else. I didn’t ask the bartender for alcohol but wouldn’t have been surprised if he had dished it out even though I didn’t have a wrist band. Interestingly as you walked up and down the promenade outside the hotel, you could see wrist bands of different colours outside each hotel. If the level of interest in them was the same as the Albatros, it’s clear you could nip in to B&Q before travelling and get a few different coloured rolls of insulating tape and make up a band for whatever hotel you wanted. Nobody seemed to give a hoot. The idea of eating the same menu three times a day in the same place is challenging at the best of times. The question I had was this the problem or was it simply that it wasn’t very good. My conclusion is that it is mostly the latter. The Albatros breakfast was fairly standard, but did cater to most needs with all the usual staples you would expect. I have to say I found it acceptable. The same could not be said about lunch and dinner. The food quality was poor even if some of the meat and fish dishes were fried off on the hot plate right in front of you. There was quite a wide selection however the common theme running throughout was that it all tasted pretty grim. There was little variation between lunch and dinner and there wasn’t much change from day to day either. Rabbit stew was followed by hare chasseur. I will save you the details. We abandoned the idea of dinner after the first night. This put an overly expensive holiday off the charts and Cavtat restaurants although better, were neither world class or good value. Perhaps it is just that Croatia is not really a foodie place generally. I really have no idea, but this certainly wasn’t great. The Canaries are the Ronseal of the holiday world. Cavtat for me is a one-and-done.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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MBayES wrote a review Jul 2020
Hailsham, United Kingdom34 contributions17 helpful votes
Had a holiday booked through easyjet holidays for September 2020. Phoned them to ask about how hotel was dealing with Covid-19. Not very helpful, said that that didn't know how all-inclusive would work & then said that holiday might be transferred to self-catering or room only! I phoned the hotel direct and thay told me that the hotel is CLOSED until May 2021 - be warned if you're planning to go there this year.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Lilie E wrote a review Feb 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom16 contributions9 helpful votes
Cavtat is absolutely stunning. We had overall a very lovely family holiday, travelling with our 15 month old daughter. The weather was perfect not too hot but warm enough to get in the sea. The pool at the hotel was freezing cold & we never saw anybody in it the whole 10 days we were there. The room was nice, comfortable bed & bathroom was spacious, great shower. Annoyingly the aircon was switched off in the rooms in the entire hotel (we heard others complaining about it) it would have been nice to have the option. We went all inclusive which I wouldn’t usually do but it was only an extra £100 so I thought we’d probably drink that anyway, I was wrong, the drinks are truly disgusting, very poor options, think there were 2 cocktails, a few spirits, wine & beer. All except the beer tasted nasty, extremely cheap alcohol & knock off soft drinks. Food wasn’t great either so we ate breakfast at the buffet then out for dinner & tea. Overall the staff in the hotel were very rude & unapproachable, for that reason alone not sure we’d go back. Beach was great. Restaurants in cavtat were lovely.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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JORMEROD wrote a review Feb 2020
Hapton, United Kingdom19 contributions6 helpful votes
We were expecting something really good especially with the price paid- for me the only thing that was really exceptional was the view, the food again standard plenty to eat - but not what we expected.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from RemisensHotelsCavtat, Manager at Remisens Hotel Albatros
Responded 4 Feb 2020
Dear JORMEROD, Thank you for staying at Remisens hotel Epidaurus. Thank you taking time to share your holiday experiences with the TripAdvisor community. We appreciate your feedback. It is so disappointing knowing you had challenges during your stay and this ultimately affected your overall experience with us . In the future, we hope to have an opportunity to host you for a stay that truly exceeds your expectations. Kind regards, Irena Šimunić General manager Remisens hotel Epidaurus
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Stephen E wrote a review Nov 2019
Rugby, United Kingdom232 contributions47 helpful votes
The first appearance of the hotel gives the impression you are arriving at a multi-storey car park. It is basically split into two wings both of which have most rooms side on to the coast. The rooms are somewhat on the small side for a supposed 4* hotel. Lift facilities are limited. The restaurant caters on a buffet style and is hectic to say the least but does have a quieter annex to one side. Food is very average with little change to the standard fayre on offer. The drinks on offer on the all inclusive package are limited in choice with the wine being particularly ordinary. Entertainment is aimed more towards the youngsters/children and not, in our opinion, very good. Outside the pool area is reasonable but beware, you are not allowed to walk on the grass!! Basically the whole hotel is bleak and would just about merit 3 stars.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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US$125 - US$340 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
iberostar albatros hotel cavtat, iberostar hotel cavtat, iberostar hotel albatros
LOCATION
CroatiaDalmatiaDubrovnik-Neretva CountyKonavleCavtat
NUMBER OF ROOMS
306
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Frequently Asked Questions about Remisens Hotel Albatros
Which popular attractions are close to Remisens Hotel Albatros?
Nearby attractions include Eve Lounge Bar (0.09 km) and Beach Bar Cool (0.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Remisens Hotel Albatros?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Remisens Hotel Albatros?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Remisens Hotel Albatros?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Remisens Hotel Albatros?
Yes, paid private parking on-site is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Remisens Hotel Albatros?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ciparis, Destoso, and Pizzeria Desetka.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Remisens Hotel Albatros?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Is Remisens Hotel Albatros located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 km away from the centre of Cavtat.
Are any cleaning services offered at Remisens Hotel Albatros?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Remisens Hotel Albatros?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Remisens Hotel Albatros offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.