On April 15, Dubrovnik had the warmest day of April ever to be recorded. According to the State Meteorological Institute, the temperature went up to 30.2 degrees Celsius that day, representing the highest April temperature ever in Dubrovnik town. The previous record was set 18 years ago when the temperature hit 26.3 degrees.
As only last month the town experienced snow – a quite unusual appearance in Dubrovnik even in the winter – it's easy to conclude that the Spring has taken over, introducing us to another lovely summer season.
At the same time, town's beloved Hilton Imperial hotel has re-opened for guests, after being closed for the past five months due to internal refurbishment. The hotel was built in 1897 and is one of city's most iconic hotels. Its reception area, lounge and all of the rooms have new look, designed by Goddard Littlefair studio.
The interiors reflects hotel's imperial heritage, which is now presented in a bit contemporary manner in order to emphasize its elegance and style.
Along with Hilton Imperial, the group operates DoubleTree hotel in Zagreb and is planning to launch another two premises in Zagreb in the next two years – Canopy by Hilton in Branimir center in September 2018, as well as Hilton Garden Inn in 2019.