Adriatic Luxury Hotels to Phase in Reopening of Hotels in Dubrovnik

Lauren Simmonds

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Dubrovnik, Croatia
Dubrovnik, Croatia

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has thrown global travel into disarray, with countries which rely heavily on tourism, which includes Croatia, biting their nails and wondering how they might save the remainder of the tourist season this summer in these uncertain times. The great news is that Adriatic Luxury Hotels is set to open its doors in Dubrovnik.

Croatia is well known for its seasonality. It’s reliance on tourism as the strongest branch of its economy, making up around 20 percent of GDP, means that the labour market also boasts extremely seasonal tendencies. With unemployment traditionally going down in the run up to the summer season as employers snatch up waiters, reception staff, chefs and bar staff, this time of year in Croatia is usually marked by a stronger economic picture. 2020, and the coronavirus pandemic, had other plans.

Despite these incredibly tricky times, as SEEbiz writes on the 25th of May, 2020, Adriatic Luxury hotels, a well known hotel chain, will open back up in Croatia’s southernmost city and tourist Mecca of Dubrovnik. 

Adriatic Luxury Hotels (JLH) have decided to open part of their hotel capacities down in Dubrovnik. The outdoor terrace of the Hotel Kompas will open tomorrow, more precisely on May the 26th, 2020, and the first hotel to open its doors on May the 30th will be the equally popular Hotel Dubrovnik Palace. Hotel Odisej on nearby Mljet opens on June the 6th, while Hotel Excelsior, boasting a famous view of the old city, won’t open until mid-June.

”Other hotel capacities which belong to Adriatic Luxury Hotels chain are also preparing to open their doors to guests, and their opening will be coordinated with the establishment of connections with the British market, which is extremely important to us. The operating procedures in the hotels have been fully adjusted to comply with all of the prescribed measures and recommendations for the operation of hotels during the COVID-19 epidemic submitted by the Croatian Institute of Public Health with maximum effort ensured to maintain the expected level of a luxury hotel.”

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