Overlooking the Adriatic sea, beautiful island Lokrum and historic old city, Villa Paulina, surrounded by cypress trees and wonderful gardens, is the ideal place for relaxing and exploring the beauties of Dubrovnik.
This amazing historic house (built in 1938) is on the list of preventively protected monuments as a house of exceptional arhitectural value between the Two World Wars.
Villa Paulina nurtures the concept of interesting and functional spatial design where all interior design elements are from famous international and croatian designers (Charles&Ray Eames, Eero Saarinen, Jean Prouvé, Eileen Gray, Foruse, Konstantin Grcic, Hee Welling, Otto Blümel, Maarten Van Severen, Grupa Numen/For Use etc.). The artistic paintings in villa are works by artist Nikolina Šimunović.
Villa Paulina has 5 bedrooms with "en suite" bathrooms and can accommodate up to 10 guests and 3 extra persons on sofa-beds. On the ground floor is a large kitchen, tavern where guests will enjoy traditional food, and family bathroom. In front of the villa there is a private garden, jacuzzi, swimming pool, dining table and lounge chairs. This stunning terrace overlooking the Adriatic sea, beutiful island Lokrum and historic old city will impress all romantic souls. First floor, also called Paulina's floor has a beautiful designed bedroom with ''en suite'' bathroom, salon and dining room. On this floor, especially in salon, guest will experience the life in this villa for past decades. Second floor has 2 designed bedrooms with ''en suite'' bathrooms, one balcony where guest can enjoy in beautiful view of island Lokrum and historic old town, lobby, sauna with shower room, and mirror room with luxury bathtub that is connected with attic. The attic contains a beautiful designed bedroom with ''en suite'' bathroom and book corner where book lovers can enjoy reading fine literature.
Also, in front of the villa there is a garage for guests.
One of the Mediterranean's most beautiful cities, Dubrovnik, the city of stone is surrounded with 1,940 m long stone walls. A tour of the world's second most frequented open-air museum will definitely take your breath away.
The fantastic views will inspire you to take some photographs, and the sights that you will capture will continue to amaze you over and over again. Visit the museums of Dubrovnik, taste some of the delicious Mediterranean specialities at the taverns and restaurants of the Old City and complete the treat with a cup of coffee on Stradun. Everything for you for just a few minutes walk from Villa Paulina.