Even though its architecture is unattractive, the Leno hotel is a good place to discover Dubrovnik.
The hotel is located 0.5 miles from the historic centre, close to the road. The sea is on the other side of the road, but the only accessible beach is the Bellevue hotel's beach. A bus to the city stops in front of the hotel.
Rooms are accessed with magnetic cards. There is Internet and satellite television in the rooms.
Built in 1972 and renovated in 1999, the Lero hotel is composed of a large 4-storey concrete building. The architecture definitely lacks charm. A patio bar adjoining the lobby serves drinks on the terrace. However, the terrace overlooks the road, which is quite noisy.
The 160 rooms are identical; the only difference is the sea view. The decor is sober, but clean. Fitted carpet, white walls, and wooden furniture compose the decoration. Some paintings ornate the walls, and small lamps give a cosy atmosphere. A desk is available for those who want to work. All rooms have a mini-bar, television, telephone, air conditioning, and storage. Good to know: none of the rooms have balconies. The bathroom is small and only features showers, with the exception of the communicating family rooms, which have a bathtub. There is a hair dryer.
A buffet-style restaurant serves international cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A large and somewhat dark dining room welcomes the vacationers. An à la carte restaurant offers local and international cuisine for lunch and dinner. You will eat in a small, nicely decorated room, with ochre tones and red painted furniture. A patio lets you enjoy marine air.
The hotel does not have a beach, but the Lero's guests can use the Bellevue hotel's beach, 5 minutes away on foot. Small, quiet cove.
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