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Our one night stay in mid October was at the end of a weeks car tour of Istria. The lobby is as big as some other hotels!. The package we purchased was for a buffet supper and breakfast,the latter being the best of the two.not many other places around to eat out at unless you fancy a drive or bus ...
I really loved the hotel and the food. The staff is great and very helpful. The only thing that bothered me is the smoking. I wish that the hotel would some kind of smoking policy. As a non smoker I really couldn't enjoy the view of the sea from outside or sit by the pool because people were allowed ...
The staff were incredible, the value for your money was unbeatable, the rooms were impeccable. It's the perfect place for a family, for couples and for elderly. It has a wide variety of activities for the days when you don't want to lay by the inviting pool or private beach. I cannot say enough positive ...
Great position to see Medulin, it is a lovely town and great to bike around. Hotel is worth the money. Breakfast is good and not to far from airport and staff were helpful. Recommend it, better than Pula and cheaper.
Hotel was a diamond in the rough, staff did everything to make comfortable, great stay, thank you.
Perched on Croatia's northern Adriatic Coast, the Istrian peninsula regularly attracts a leisure crowd who come for its white-pebble beaches and warm, aquamarine waters. However the region is also a popular destination for corporate breaks, meetings and conferences, with a number of conference hotels offering modern facilities such as high-speed WiFi and meeting rooms.
There are a number of three-, four- and five-star conference hotels dotted along the coast. Try searching in Pula, Istria's buzzing main hub. You’ll also find conference accommodation in Umag, Novigrad and Poreč, a lively resort on the western coast.
Overlooking the Adriatic on Istria's southwest tip, Pula is a bustling city with a fascinating Roman history. If you have some spare time between meetings you can visit the old town to learn more about the region's ancient beginnings. Don't miss the imposing 2nd-century BC Arena, which is widely regarded as one the best-preserved Roman amphitheatres in the world. Or head to Fazana and Premantura beaches on the Pula Riveria and try sea kayaking, snorkelling or windsurfing.
Poreč on Istria's western stretch also offers a good selection of three- and four-star conference hotels, mainly in the bustling Zelena Laguna and Plava Laguna areas. Most have well-equipped meeting rooms and free WiFi, as well as outdoor pools and tennis courts for downtime.
There are also conference accommodation options in Umag, a quiet fishing port with a charming old town. Many of its narrow, cobbled streets are lined with buildings that date back to the Venetian Empire.
Novigrad, a peaceful fishing town on the western coast is renowned for its quaint, colourful waterfront and gourmet food scene. Many of its three and four star hotels offer conference facilities, including free WiFi and modern meeting rooms.
Visitors to Croatia will find Istrian cuisine rather diverse and largely influenced by its Italian neighbour. Most conference hotel restaurants will serve a range of fresh pastas, gnocchi and local seafood dishes.