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Ok, it is old and the decor is outdated, but it is Grand. I just pretended I was one of the elite in 1912 visiting the hotel. The hallways are super long and reminded us of the Shining movie, but we loved it. The breakfast included was perfect; all the coffee and juice you want, bread, meats, cheeses ...
This is one of the nicest hotels I have ever stayed at. Our room overlooked the harbour. A very modern interior in historic building. The room contained a sitting area as well as the bedroom area. Breakfast and parking were included and we were transported by golf cart from the parking area to the ...
We stayed in the attic. Thanks to Petra gif carrying our bags up the spiral staircase. The room was quaint and in the centre of the old town. Had a small sink, stove and fridge.
The hotel has great beds, comfortable linens and very clean, well appointed rooms. There is also a nice indoor pool which was unexpected. The hotel is situated in beautiful historic Buzet and has a nice restaurant with a bar located down the street. It's a quiet town with great views and a lovely ...
This is an absolute gem in Rovinj. Owners Elini and Marko are lovely people who made us feel welcome and at home. They were proactive in communicating with us and ensuring our arrival went smoothly. Marko was kind to help us lug our bag up the flight of stairs. The rooms are beautifully renovated ...
A craggy, forested peninsula on Croatia's northern Adriatic Coast, Istria is dotted with attractive beach resorts, quaint Mediterranean fishing villages and medieval hilltop towns. While many visitors come for the white-pebble beaches and warm, aquamarine waters, Istria is also popular with the culture set thanks to an abundance of ancient Roman and Venetian history.
Istria boasts a variety of historic hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs dotted along the coast, many with rustic regional restaurants and swimming pools. You can use Expedia’s search filters to help find the perfect historic hotel for you.
Novigrad, a peaceful fishing town on the western coast is famous for its charming and colourful waterfront and burgeoning dining scene. The town has a rich heritage and well-preserved city walls that date back to the 13th Century. Visit the Gallerion Austro-Hungarian Navy Museum or the Lapidarium Museum on the waterfront, which displays ancient stone sculptures and historic artefacts.
The Rigo Gallery, an art collection located on the ground floor of the ornate Rigo Palace is well worth an hour of your time, if only to peek behind the palace's distinctive terracotta-red facade.
Head further south to Pula, widely regarded as Istria's main city, where you'll find an old town stacked with ancient Roman history. It's the perfect location for a historic hotel stay – highlights include the Roman Forum, a huge flagstoned piazza lined with cafe-bars and restaurants, and the Temple of Augustus, a grand stuccoed edifice dedicated to Emperor Augustus.
However, Pula’s biggest attraction is the Pula Arena, one of the best-preserved Roman amphitheatre in the world. It's host to a variety of summer concerts, plays and gladiatorial re-enactments, as well as an acclaimed film festival.
Pula also has two marinas and a host of excellent seafood restaurants, while the Brijuni National Park, a clutch of protected islands, is just a short boat ride away making the perfect city escape.