It is a lovely hotel in a beautiful part of Croatia. the junior suite we had had 2 rooms which made holidaying with young children easier. I would suggest rubber type beach shoes as the beaches are nearly all rocky as are the shallow waters. the pool got a bit crowded at times but not usually for long. overall we had a lovely holiday and would seriously consider returning to the same place.
Reception staff were very helpful. Room was clean and spacious. Restaurant service was a little bit like a college refectory, mainly self service and queuing at busy times. The food was "honest" but not inspirational. Nice bar and terrace. A great beach location. The facilities looked great but as I was on a business trip I didn't get time to test out the beach or pool! I would stay here again as overall ity offers excellent value for money.
Hotel was nothing special, well traveled and busy. The bed was great, really comfortable and the pillows and blankets were the best you could ask for. Me, my wife, and 2.5 year old daughter had no problem having a good nights sleep. The pool was great, not so busy and everyone having a good time. We were staying during the winter so we could only use the indoor pool. The outdoor pools looked great and im sure in the summer they are a popular place to be. The breakfast was excellent and couldnt ask for more. They even had soya milk and rice milk. Not something you see all the time. As far as other meals we dined in Umag and have to say there are some great deals on really amazing food in the city center. Drinks in the lobby bar were also cheap in price. A 0.5 liter beer will put you back about 20 KN or around 4$ all desserts were priced at 17KN or around 3.5$ which isnt bad for a hotel. Its only a small walk to the beach which sits dirrectly across the street from the building (less than 5 minutes). I wanted to talk about others that had complained. I got MORE than I paid for and really enjoyed it. I dont think you can get any better than this at this price. You wont find Champane at breakfast and if thats what you want then you need to dig just a bit deeper into your pockets and go to a more expensive more luxurious hotel. I almost forgot they have an arcade on the level floor with a few pinball machines and about 6 arcade games. It was expensive but a treat to say the least
We really liked the services for kids. Our four grandchildren ages 5 to 9 enjoyed all of them. Disco dances, musical play shows for them and physical activities in pools (walking on the water, kayaking etc.)
Nice small waterpark with slides for kids from 2 to 14 and food station just for children. All included in room charge.
Beach is in short walking distance (about 5 minutes from pool area). It is formed of a large cement blocks and you can find easy enter to water. Sea bottom have large sand areas with water depth from one to six feet.
Very good high standard hotel. Excellent food and great, child-friendly service. Staff went out of their way to make sure out stay with a toddler was peaceful.
Good pools and spa area, very relaxing massage treatment.
The rooms are very comfortable and of a standard you'd expect from a 5* hotel. Slightly off the beaten track location but easily reachable with a car and convenient for trips around Istria and Slovenia.
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).
Terri from I am an American who is currently living in Italy.
Close to the Slovenian border on Istria’s west coast, Umag centres around a medieval old town built on a small peninsular. Large modern hotels, including good sports facilities and two wellness centres, line the coast. Although there is no beach, concrete bathing areas offer access to the water. Each July, Umag hosts the Croatia Open international tennis tournament, and there is also a large yachting marina.
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