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La vita e bella VI - Palmotićeva 4 Palace
A place to experience and enjoy life
Uniquely located within the walls of Dubrovnik’s UNESCO-protected Old Town and only 20 meters from the main street, Stradun, La Vita e Bella VI Luxury Suites – Palmotićeva 4 Palace offers three luxury suites, Each suite is located on it’s own floor in a traditional Dubrovnik Old Town Palace with a reception at the entrance level.
Address: La Vita e Bella, Palmotićeva 4, Dubrovnik
The Palace and all three luxury suites are completely renovated and were opened to the public in 2023.
Interior and amenities
The design is modern, elegant, and rich in detail, while carefully protecting heritage elements of its beautiful local architecture.
There is flat-screen TV, Bose sound system, safe deposit box, electric kettle, Nespresso coffee machine with a variety of coffees and teas. Complimentary goodies such as Etro toiletries, slippers, flip-flops, hats and bottled water also awaits you.
All three suites offer a bathtub for romantic moments with floor heating under ceramics around the bathtub in suites 1 and 2. Suites 1 and 2 also have a bio-ethanol fireplace, operated by remote control.
Each suite hosts a designer sofa, designer bar with fridge, with the bar in suite 1 also equipped with a small wine refrigerator.
You will be sleeping on a comfortable queen-size Italian luxury design double bed.
All suites have dual A/C units with remote control to adjust the temperature (also heating in winter).
Fast and free WiFi is available in all three suites.
Prior to check-in or after checkout, guests can store their luggage at the reception, as well as use the shower and bathroom there.
In the neighborhood
La Vita e Bella VI is located in the heart of Dubrovnik Old Town, minutes away from the most interesting historical buildings and sights (Rector’s Palace, Sponza Palace, Dominican Monastery, Onofrio Fountain, St. Vlaho’s church, entrance to Dubrovnik walls etc.). The nearest market is less than a minute walk away. Bars, restaurants, and shops are all around. The Adriatic Sea is less than 200 meters away, and the popular Banje beach is around 500 meters away, easily accessible by walking. The typical Old Town Palace that facilitates our property is located on the ground level, the same as the famous Stradun street, which is only 20 meters away, with only one (1) stair-step to reach the Palace in case you’re entering Old Town through the nearest Pile Gate (recommended).
Each of the three suites is located on its own floor, with reception at the ground floor. Inside the UNESCO-protected part of the city, no elevators are allowed in the heritage houses, so you will be required to take the stairs to reach your suite.
Please, let us know in case you need help with the luggage.
How to get here
To reach our property at Palmotićeva 4, we recommend entering Dubrovnik Old Town through Pile Gate or through Ploće Gate (both without stairs).
Dubrovnik Old Town is a pedestrian-only zone, so it is easy to stroll around the charming hidden alleys without stress from traffic.
In case you are arriving by plane and need airport transportation, please let us know, and we will organize it for you (price around 30 Euro one- way); alternatively, you can take a taxi at the airport or hop on the Dubrovnik Shuttle, which will take you to the city center. Like all visitors, you will need to enter Dubrovnik Old Town on foot. There are three gates entering the Old Town: the already mentioned Pile and Ploče gate, and the third one, Buža Gate; if you enter there, there will be stairs to climb (down) to reach the property.
If you are arriving with a car, you will not be able to park within the city walls (no traffic allowed inside the walls), but we can offer you private, off-site parking behind the ramp, around a 10-15 min walk away from the Old Town for 22 Euro/night. Please, make a reservation for the parking in advance. In case you need any additional information, please do not hesitate to ask.
Other things to note
– Cleaning service is not provided (unless requested, fees may apply) for stays shorter than three nights.
– There is no kitchen in the suite, but there are plenty of restaurants within minutes walking distance. There is a refrigerator with complimentary water, as well as a kettle and a coffee machine with a selection of coffees and teas.
– Dubrovnik is UNESCO protected, so no elevators are allowed to be added to the old houses. You will be asked to climb the stairs inside to reach your room.
– Please contact us at +385 99 351 0445 at least one hour before arrival; we will welcome you at the location with the keys and information needed for a great stay. In case you prefer self-check-in, please let us know in advance, and we will send you instructions about the self-check-in via mobile app.
– Check-in: 3pm -11.30pm; check out: 10am; late check-in (after 11pm): 10 Euro; late check out (until 1pm): 30% of the last night’s rate.
– Self-check-in: possible through the JustIN Mobile application; we will send you the e-key after the application is downloaded to your mobile device.
– Tourist tax of 10 Kuna (1,34 euro) per person per night is not included in the price and must be paid at check-in.
La Vita e Bella VI - Reception
La Vita e Bella VI - Luxury suite 1
La Vita e Bella VI - Luxury suite 2
La Vita e Bella VI - Luxury suite 3
La Vita e Bella VI – Palmotićeva 4, 20000 Dubrovnik, Croatia
Palmotićeva ulica 4, 20000 Dubrovnik, Croatia
Reconstructions - before, in the process and now
With every reconstruction of appartment or house we take care of preserving old original elements of interior and exterior and if possible we incorporate them into new structures while preserving initial purpose of the element.
Good example is reconstruction of a stone “pilo”, which was a kind of small water basin used for household washing. It consisted of wonderful carved stone frame, but it’s beauty was somehow hidden under later made gypsum shelves and covers. This is how it looked when we started reconstruction.
Even when some of the ceilings in the Palace were taken down because of bad shape of wooden structure, which was later renovated exactly as it was in original, “The Pilo” remained there, protected for later restauration and cleaning.
We even had to turn the staircase, so that Pilo could get larger space for our later admiration. Originally the wooden staircase to the second floor was on the left side of the building, thus Pilo was squeezed in a narow hallway, as can be seen from the pictures above. The staircase is now on the back side of the house, which gives space to this beautiful old element.
Other elements – the bar..
In first floor we found opening in the wall that was probably the connection to other building, but was now closed. We could simply cover it, but we have decided to turn it into a bar. This is how it looked during reconstruction:
Local stone in reception and stairecase