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About the Prijeko rooms

The rooms are intimate but attractive on style and amenities. They are individually designed some even without interior walls and open bathroom. The rooms have got all the right ingredients for a luxury and comfortable stay in the Old City also because Prijeko Palace has an elevator; the second one in the Old City.

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A colourful, bright room of 18 m2 with a semi-open bath room. In the room is a double bed of 2 x 80 x 200 cm. The room is dedicated to the versatile Birgit Lorenz (Germany, 1963).


An explosion of colours and light this 20m2 sized Kramaric room. In the room is a double bed of 2 x 80 x 200 cm. The room is dedicated to Lena Kramarić (Croatia, 1982).


The Faassen room is spacy (21 m2) and modest due to the colours and style of the artworks of Faassen. The room has a double bed of 2 x 90 x 200 cm and a semi-open bath room.


Small but cosy apartment of12m2 with a swinging mirror and an antique double bed. Velimir Trnski (Croatia 1947) is a virtuoso with canvas and brush. His elegant, enchanting paintings are about love and ordinary daily life.


This spacious room of 22m2 has a balcony and provides everything you need during your stay in Dubrovnik. The room is dedicated to the work of George Heidweiller (Netherlands, 1963), who has been influenced by his numerous trips.


Enjoy the special made artworks in this room of 26,5 m2. Enjoy the view from the old balcony with sculptures of Diorgio di Sabenico. The Dutch photographer and painter Mark Verdoes (1960) lives partly in India.


The Gasparini room is dedicated to the Italian artist Max Gasparini and very spacious with its size of 23,5 m2. The very quiet, braun renaissance open bathroom makes you relax completely after an energetic day in Dubrovnik.


The Chapman room is dedicated to Russel Chapman (UK; 1968). This comfortable room of 22m2 with a pitched roof has windows overlooking the quiet street.


This room of 47 m2 features 2 bedrooms with 2 double beds and 2 bathrooms, perfect for a family or group of friends. Enjoy the stunning view on the perfect city of Dubrovnik from this room. The Man room is dedicated to the photographer Edland Man (Netherlands, 1957).

Prijeko Palace
Prijeko 22
20000 Dubrovnik, Croatia
T +(00)385 20 321 145
F +(00)385 20 321 129
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