Hotels in Croatia

Hotels in Croatia

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    Pocket Guide: Croatia

    Despite suffering heavily during the war that followed the fragmentation of Yugoslavia, Croatia’s beauty has remained firmly intact. The old town of Dubrovnik, the beautiful islands off the Dalmatian coast and the National Parks of the interior all help to ensure that Croatia regularly features among the most-popular European destinations. Over 100 Blue Flag beaches stretch along Croatia’s Adriatic coast, and it's not uncommon to see dolphins in these waters. Whether you come to sun yourself on its golden sands, explore the medieval architecture of Split and Dubrovnik, thumb the rails in designer boutiques or party ‘til dawn while island-hopping, a hotel in Croatia is a magnet for the sophisticated traveller.

    Areas & Cities: Top Croatia Hotel Locations

    Dubrovnik - Looking out over the sparkling Adriatic Sea, the walled city of Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The immaculate medieval architecture of the Old Town draws thousands of admiring visitors who throng its streets day and night, and fill its hotels, ensuring a vibrant cosmopolitan scene.

    Split - Often the jumping-off point for any holiday to the Croatian islands or into the mainland, but well worth a hotel stay in its own right, Split has its foundations in antiquity. The Roman emperor Diocletian built a monumental fortress and palace here in the 4th century, the remains of which are astonishingly well-preserved and a major landmark. If you can, stay close to the Riva - the seafront area has been revitalised with a splash of marble and is now one of the city’s most attractive spots.

    Hvar - Looking to get down? This party island attracts a trendy crowd of well-heeled yacht owners and adventurous backpackers to its hotels who mix easily with those arriving to explore Hvar’s natural beauty and historic architecture.

    Zagreb - The Croatian capital doesn’t get the same level of attention as the coastal resorts, yet it still has plenty to offer the visitor, with a range of accommodation types to suit all budgets, making it an attractive weekend city break. Stay either in the Upper Town, where the principal sights such as the Presidential Palace and St. Mark’s Church are located, or the Lower Town where you can immerse yourself in Zagreb’s flourishing cultural scene.

    Rovinj - This enormously popular Istrian coast resort maintains the air of an authentic Mediterranean fishing village, despite a growing reputation as a foodie and nightlife hotspot. It’s very tempting to let whole days drift by while watching the fishermen mending their nets and unloading their catch under the watchful eyes of the seagulls.

    Things to See with a Hotel in Croatia

    Enjoy sumptuous views of Dubrovnik’s Old Town and the Adriatic with a guided mountaintop and city tour that gives you the lowdown on the city’s maritime heritage and turbulent recent past. Nature-lovers should head into the incredible Plitvice Lakes National Park, where waterfalls rich in minerals tumble into crystal-clear lakes.

    Things to Do in Croatia

    Choose your own adventure. Skipping from island to island to find the best, most secluded beaches; uncovering Roman architecture and a wealth of other cultural attractions; dancing the night away in some of Europe’s hippest bars and clubs, or sating your appetite with the freshest seafood directly off the boat - once you’ve visited Croatia, don’t be surprised if you find yourself looking at the prices for holiday villas - it’s that kind of place.

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    Hotels in Dubrovnik

    Rixos Libertas Dubrovnik - Dubrovnik Hotels
    Rating: 5.0 Stars

    Rixos Libertas Dubrovnik

    Liechtensteinov Put 3, Dubrovnik - Map
    "Great hotel"
    Lovely room with panoramic view Comfy bed. Modern hotel.
    A Traveller
    Nestled on the beach, this Gorica hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Lovrijenac Fort, Onofrio's Fountain, and Franciscan …More
    Sun Gardens Dubrovnik - Dubrovnik Hotels
    Rating: 5.0 Stars

    Sun Gardens Dubrovnik

    Na Moru 1, Dubrovnik - Map
    "comfortable Hotel"
    Lovely week although due to the time of year a lot of things were not open. My holiday was very expensive through Expedia as my friends paid a lot less than me through BA. Rooms and apartments were great but no good if you don't like steps as there are a lot.
    Traveller from London
    Steps from the beach on the Dalmatian Coast, Sun Gardens Dubrovnik is a 15-minute drive from Dubrovnik Old Town and a …More
    Hotel Excelsior - Dubrovnik Hotels
    Rating: 5.0 Stars

    Hotel Excelsior

    Frana Supila 12, Dubrovnik - Map
    Located in Dubrovnik, this beachfront hotel is in the city center and within a 10-minute walk of Museum of Modern Art, Sponza …More

    Hotels in Split

    Radisson Blu Resort Split - Split Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Radisson Blu Resort Split

    Put Trstenika 19, Split - Map
    "Newly refurbished rooms and public areas"
    Hotel currently under refurbishment adding new wing adjacent to main entrance. Quite a bit to walk to beach bar and lots of steps involved. Also a stone/pebble beach. Hotel not in a very good area. Choice at breakfast not wonderful .
    A Traveller
    This family-friendly Split hotel is located on the waterfront, within 2 mi (3 km) of Znjan Beach, Bacvice Beach, and Croatian …More
    Atrium Hotel - Split Hotels
    Rating: 5.0 Stars

    Atrium Hotel

    Domovinskog rata 49a, Split - Map
    Wonderful staff, convenient location, large room. Interesting neighborhood.
    A Traveller
    Situated in a shopping district, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Strossmayer Park, Diocletian's Palace, and …More
    Hotel Marmont Heritage - Split Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Hotel Marmont Heritage

    Zadarska 13, Split - Map
    "Perfect for a short city visit"
    We opted for the airport transfer at the last minute and didn't regret made getting to the hotel in a pedestrian zone very easy. Checkin was quick, reception staff very friendly and informative, and our room on the first floor, though a little small, was modern, clean, stylish, had a comfortable bed and spacious contemporary bathroom. We had a free welcome drink, and breakfast had a good range of traditional and local items. All through the stay we found helpful, friendly, professional staff and would definitely recommend or return if we ever go back to Split.
    Traveller from Buckinghamshire UK
    Located in Split Old Town, this boutique hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Fish Market, Diocletian's Palace, and Cathedral …More

    Hotels in Porec

    Valamar Diamant Hotel - Porec Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Valamar Diamant Hotel

    Brulo 1, Porec - Map
    "Nice hotel"
    Hotel was nice and clean, however the balcony sea view we had was not really the view one would expect for the additional cost per night. The breakfast and dinner selection was also quite small with little to no change from day to day. Drinks were well priced. We enjoyed the BBQ that the hotel set up (Wednesday night). The location of the hotel was pretty close to Porec center, nice place to pending an evening.
    Traveller from Montreal
    With direct access to the beach, this Porec hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Porec Marina, Brulo Beach, and Church of Our Lady …More
    Hotel Laguna Parentium - Porec Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Hotel Laguna Parentium

    Zelena Laguna 3, Porec - Map
    "Best Resort Property in Porec"
    I've been going to Porec for 5 years now, primarily in the summer months. The Parentium is far and away the nicest resort in the area and usually the most expensive. It is the only property I know of in the area with a beach that can be described as sandy. The staff has always been a little chilly. Being massively concerned with the number of people in your room. I learned a couple of years back to always book for two people because it costs the same as one on the internet, but if you only book for one person and show up with two they charge you 100% more at the check in desk for the second person. Conversely if you book for two and only show up with one they will badger you endlessly about the second person until you tell them, yes on this trip I'm traveling alone, but I book a ways out and that is not always true. The staff go through the motions here and seem to lack any real warmth or service.
    Traveller from Portland, OR
    Nestled on the beach, this Zelena hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Aquacolors Porec, Brulo Beach, and Porec Marina. Church of …More
    Valamar Crystal Hotel - Porec Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Valamar Crystal Hotel

    Brulo 2, Porec - Map
    "Good hotel in extensive grounds"
    We had a good stay at this comfortable hotel. Arrived at 11 am but check-in not available until 2 pm, so had to find something to do for 3 hrs (walked to the beach and took lunch at local bar). Porec is a 30 minute walk but for those less able there is a land train costing approx £1 each way. Our room was very clean with plenty of room for three of us. Hotel is secluded and has good facilities - pool, bar, grounds. Entertainment in the evening is not a strong point. Staff were very attentive, helpful and friendly. Restaurant served good breakfasts and in the evenings a good selection of salads, fish dishes, main meals and desserts. Porec is a lovely town with many shops and restaurants and a busy harbour ie boat tours, fishing trips etc.
    Traveller from Watford
    This family-friendly Porec hotel is located by the sea, within 1 mi (2 km) of Porec Marina, Brulo Beach, and Church of Our …More