Berkley Hotel

23 Apr, 2009

Dubrovnik Travelers Love the Berkley Hotel

Berkley Hotel

If you are traveling to Dubrovnik, Croatia, then you may want to consider booking a stay at the Berkley Hotel. Myriads of globe trotters from Europe and the USA consistently give this hotel an extremely high mark. It takes something special to make such a diverse group of traveling guests all rave about one place. The Berkley Hotel has won not only their recommendation, but also their hearts.

This family owned and operated inn is unique in the level of care, comfort and concern they extend every guest. At the Berkley Hotel, each member of your traveling group will be treated like a close family relative by the staff. Remembering each guest’s preferences for the included breakfast meal simply astounds every vacationer. Located by the port, it is a convenient spot for taking boat trips to the local islands. The center of town is merely two kilometers which can be easily walked by energetic guests or you may hop on the local bus.

In instances where travel plans are changed due to airline rescheduling or weather, the Berkley Hotel has been touted as being one of the most accommodating facilities for guests with changes in itinerary. The owners have been known to spend considerable time on behalf of their patrons obtaining rescheduling information from the airlines and automatically extending stays for delayed or cancelled flights.

Above and beyond the excellence in customer service which is the norm for the Berkley Hotel staff, is the spotlessly clean condition of every inch of the property. The rooms and suites are spacious, many with patios and kitchenettes. The balconies provide wonderful vistas of the port with seating for you to relax upon. If you are looking for a clean, spacious room along with impeccable service, then the Berkley Hotel in Dubrovnik is an optimum choice for your travel plans.

Berkley Hotel

Berkley Hotel

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