About Lafodia Hotel & Resort
Off the coast of Croatia on the little island of Lopud, Lafodia Sea Resort combines Mediterranean bliss with traditional opulence. The hotel is near Trsteno Arboretum and the Elafiti Islands.
Each room comes standard with LCD televisions, complimentary Wi-Fi, climate control, phone, safe deposit box, work desk, minibar, tea and coffee kettle, hairdryer and beach towels.
Guests of Lafodia Sea Resort can enjoy two outdoor pools, onsite watersports, sauna, garden, terrace, hot tub, massage, indoor activities, bike rental, playground, evening events, shopping, free Wi-Fi, 24-hour reception, tourism desk, airport shuttle (surcharge), concierge and business facilities.
Guests can dine on Croatian fare, Italian-style pizza and Italian-fusion a la carte dishes. The hotel also offers a lounge bar, beach bar & grill and a pool bar.
The hotel is a short walk from the Little Church of St. Nicholas, five minutes from shops and restaurants in Lopud Harbour and an hour and a half ferry ride from Dubrovnik. This accommodation is also known as Lafodia, Lafodia Resort, Lafodia Sea, and Lafodia Sea Lopud.
Reasonably priced tropical luxury.
Located off the coast of beautiful Dubrovnik, Croatia, the resort offers up some truly impressive views of the coast without destroying your travel budget. With a pair of pools, several restaurants, sauna, hot tub and onsite shopping, you’ll also have a vast array of activities to keep you occupied without even leaving the hotel grounds.
Comfortable and clean rooms.
At the Lafodia Sea Resort, you’ll have a spacious room filled with cushy bedding and nice big windows to soak up the ocean (if you choose a room with a sea view). In addition, your room will be carefully cleaned and attended to while you’re out exploring the island or soaking up the sun.
Like having your own little island.
It must be an interesting feeling to board a ship in Dubrovnik knowing you’re about to disembark onto a tiny island that has a very small population. And, with cosy rooms, an infinity pool, a private beach, boat tours and dockside dining and drinks, you’ll feel like island royalty.
It’s the little fees that get you.
While guests truly appreciate the kind service and the relaxing seaside locale, they haven’t been as thrilled by the small, accumulating fees. Those little extras—such as bonus packets of tea, sunbed pads and shuttle service—can really add up in a hurry.
Food at the resort could have been better.
When you fly to a remote city and ride on a boat across a harbour to a private island, you would expect high-end luxury dining. Unfortunately, some prior guests found the breakfast lacking in organization and quality, and the food at the beach restaurant to be less-than-impressive. There are other restaurants options in the village, though.
A few more smiles.
Typically speaking, the staff at the hotel—whether housekeeping, the wait staff or reception—are cordial and helpful. However, some guests have noted a few exceptions to this rule, such as a handful of inefficient servers, defensive lifeguards and stone-faced front desk staffers.