How the Mediterranean inspired Tereza Prego Design Studio’s renovation of Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik

Adriatic Luxury Hotels is renovating Hotel Bellevue, a property located in the UNESCO-protected city of Dubrovnik, Croatia. The refurbishment is scheduled to be completed in spring 2019. Lisbon-based Tereza Prego Design Studio is overseeing the renovation of the property.

Located in a cove, Hotel Bellevue has a secluded setting on a clifftop, and has views over the Adriatic Sea.

Upon completion of its refurbishment, the hotel will have 91 rooms and suites, a renewed lobby, Vapor restaurant and a lounge area with a terrace.

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Design-wise, the hotel will be completely transformed to capture the Mediterranean setting, reflecting the naturally occurring colors of the surrounding landscape in various design elements.

Based in Dubrovnik, Croatia, Adriatic Luxury Hotels owns and operates a diverse collection of seaside hotels and villas in Croatia.  The Adriatic Luxury Hotels’ portfolio includes Hotel Bellevue, Villa Agave, Villa Orsula, Hotel Excelsior, Villa Sheherezade, Villa Grand Argentina, Hotel Dubrovnik Palace, Hotel Croatia Cavtat, Villa Glavic, Hotel Kompas, Hotel Odisej Mljet and Hotel Supetar Cavtat.

Photo credit: Adriatic Luxury Hotels

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