Finding a good hotel in Croatia is not a difficult task. The quality of tourist services is generally very high and the development of tourism has led to the opening of new modern hotel establishments, which have joined the traditional guesthouses.
There is a wide choice in all price ranges, from budget hotels to 4-5 star luxury hotels, but beyond the category there are certain types of hotels that are more suited to a certain type of holiday rather than another.
Here are a few tips to help you choose the best hotel for your type of holiday.
What better way to enjoy a holiday in Croatia than by booking a beautiful seafront hotel? Seafront hotels are always very popular because they allow you to reach the beach quickly and comfortably and often offer rooms with breathtaking views. Many hotels also provide their guests with a private beach, while others also have one or more swimming pools.
Those looking for a holiday full of sun and relaxation can choose one of the many seaside establishments that offer a truly memorable stay.
If you are looking for a comfortable stay, you can choose one of the all-inclusive hotels that allow you to enjoy a carefree holiday! Hotels with all-inclusive packages offer not only overnight accommodation but also meals for the day, allowing guests to enjoy a truly relaxing stay. Many of these offers include the price of the room and three meals per day in the cost, while others include only accommodation and only one or two meals per day. Each traveller can choose the most suitable rate according to their needs and the type of holiday they wish to take.
The prices of these packages vary depending on the category of the hotel and the type of room, but even if you are on a tight budget, booking in advance or travelling during low season can result in really good deals!
The growth of tourism in Croatia has led to the opening of many hotels in the mid- to high-end segment, including luxury spa hotels, boutique hotels, exclusive villas and modern design hotels.
Located in the best locations (scenic spots, proximity to airports or other strategic transport points, or directly on the beach), luxury hotels in Croatia boast high quality services and, often, beautiful natural surroundings. In short, why not treat yourself to a dream for a year?
Sunbathing on an enchanting beach tucked away in a remote and wild bay, strolling through the narrow streets of a quaint old town, dining in a small fish restaurant by moonlight – Croatia is a perfect destination for a couple’s holiday.
Depending on how you want to live your romantic dream (and how much you want to spend to make it come true!), you can choose from hotels with a sea view, hotels located in charming historic buildings, family-run B&Bs well looked after by their owners, hotels with swimming pools and solariums…
To find the most romantic hotels in Croatia, we recommend that you avoid the tourist resorts famous for their nightlife and opt for quieter towns. For the ultimate in romance, choose adults-only hotels with no admittance for children under the age of sixteen.
Travelling as a family is a wonderful experience, a memory that will remain in the memories of young and old alike. But it is also hard work!
Lots of suitcases, children who get bored or tired, tantrums with meals… to enjoy a holiday with children to the fullest, it is best to choose a family-friendly hotel, conveniently located and equipped with many facilities; even better if there is a swimming pool, play areas and children’s entertainment.
As a highly developed tourist country, Croatia offers a wide choice of family-friendly accommodation such as medium-class hotels, flats, resorts and holiday villages.
The quality of services is generally very good, but if you don’t want to take any risks, we recommend booking a hotel from an international chain that guarantees international quality standards. You will have no difficulty finding one because all the most famous international hotel chains are present in Croatia.
Although in recent years Croatian tourism has seen exponential growth and a consequent increase in prices, Croatia still remains an inexpensive destination for wonderful holidays by the sea (and beyond!), so it is recommended for low-cost travellers.
The choice of cheap hotels in Croatia is perhaps less than in the past but still very wide, with many family-run B&Bs and small, simple but comfortable hotels.
To spend less, it is best to avoid July and August if possible, and hotels with direct access to the beach, which are generally the most popular and therefore most expensive. As an area we recommend you look for your hotel in Dalmatia, a region that on average is cheaper than Istria and Kvarner.
Another option for those who want to save money is to opt for flat accommodation, which may initially be a little more expensive but allows you to split the cost between several people; in addition, by using the kitchen you can save money on restaurant meals. Croatia abounds with flats and holiday homes, so if you choose this type of accommodation you will have plenty of choice!
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