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Cannot fault this hotel in any way. Location and views over the Adriatic are sublime. Our room was spotlessly clean, modern and functional. The staff were a delight, nothing was too much trouble, the fact that everybody spoke English was a huge bonus, unlike us lazy Brits.
After reading some of the reviews I was a little worried but I was pleasantly surprised when we arrived. We had a 2 bedroom apartment for 3 adults and 2 children and yes you do walk into one of the bedrooms from the corridor but we didn't particularly find this to be a problem. There is a door which ...
Yes it could do with updating, but for the price it's a good value option in an acceptable location. We only wanted to stop in Porec for a couple of nights as a base. The room was very clean, beds were clean and comfortable. Would definitely recommend if you want a cheap stay but happy to have no ...
Room is a nice well equipped unit, what Americans would call a suite. Clean, modern, well-equipped kitchen. 3-minute walk from the water, 10-minute walk from dining and the actual beach. Small little detractors: the king bed is two twins put together. The futon is shaky and not comfortable.
My husband and I wanted to take a weekend trip with our dog. I found this hotel to be only a short drive from our home in Italy and a great place to bring Sigmund. The hotel room had everything that we needed (a small kitchen, refrigerator, stove top, dishes, pots, pans, and eating utensils).
Istria, the green, heart-shaped peninsula on Croatia's northern Adriatic Coast offers some of the biggest draws to the region. Hugely popular with visitors, it boasts a variety of budget, mid-range and upscale apartment hotels all catering for the influx of sun-seekers who descend on its rocky shores in summer.
The colourful town of Poreč offers a number of three- and four-star apartment hotels, mostly within the lively Zelena Laguna and Plava Laguna areas. With safe beaches, shallow clear water and a vibrant shopping and bar scene, it's ideal for couples, friends, and families with children of all ages. Don't miss a visit to the tiny island of Sveti Nikola, reached by a short boat trip from the harbour, or head 6 km inland and see the stalactite formations in the Baredine Caves.
The Mediterranean fishing town of Rovinj has a charming old town - a criss-cross of cobbled streets and piazzas lined with bars and street cafes. Add in the safe, white-pebbled beaches and a selection of relaxed apartment hotels, many with restaurants, kids' clubs and direct sea views, there's no wonder families are flocking to Rovinj. If you want to escape for the day, there's a daily ferry service to Venice, as well as pleasure boat tours to Katarina Island and Red Island.
Located on the southwestern tip, Pula is regarded as Istria's main city and boasts an old town brimming with ancient history. Many opt to stay in one Pula's bustling beach resorts on the Verudela Peninsula, which boasts a variety of three and four star apartment hotels offering pools, restaurants and kids' clubs.
Vsar is a small beach resort surrounded by forest and hills, which attracts the outdoor set who come for the region's many bike trails and hiking routes. Families will enjoy the attractions and rides at the nearby Dinopark Funtana, Croatia's first dinosaur theme park.
Istria boasts a number of apartment hotels in beautiful beachfront locations. Use Expedia’s search filters to find the perfect Istria accommodation for you.