TOP 5 Best Hotels in Croatia
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It doesn’t get more dreamy than Dubrovnik and this elegant waterfront resort. Boasting prized panoramas from its dining terraces, guests can indulge in premium swimming pools and Adriatic spas. The interiors are chic and modern with splashes of glitzy gold and stunning bedroom amenities.
This idyllic island resort is located in sun-soaked Hvar on a bay surrounded by pine trees. Its manicured grounds contain plenty of exciting features, from premium swimming pools to cosy sea-view terraces. Rooms are tastefully decorated in sophisticated and muted colour schemes with balconies and premium amenities.
From its sumptuous infinity pool to its lovely restaurant, this is among the best hotels near Split. Located in sleepy Seget Donji, guests will awake to glittering sea-view vistas from their spacious balconies. Inside, the hotel possesses an alluring Adriatic charm with trendy features and crisp white furnishings.
Enjoy a tranquil stay on Sipan Island with this gorgeous waterfront hotel. Boasting grand sea views from its leafy, sun-kissed grounds, guests are pampered 24/7 with pools, spas and fine dining. Rooms boast bespoke furniture pieces with classic Croatian features and welcoming rural patterns.
This immensely pretty hotel strikes the perfect balance between antique Croatian style and contemporary comfort. Cosy Dalmatian dining rooms, scenic outdoor swimming and hilly, forested trails provide rewarding experiences for guests. You can visit ancient Roman monuments nearby or head directly to the sun-soaked coast.
- Free Wi-Fi
- Hot drink making facilities
- Flatscreen TVs
- Luxury bathrooms
- Indoor and outdoor pools
- Manicured grounds
- Spa treatments
- On-site dining
- Terraced bars
- Gym facilities
Croatia's seasons bring different experiences, from beach-ready summer to tranquil, understated winters. The high season falls in the height of summer, with peak footfall in July and August. Sun is a guarantee with warm sea waters and bustling festival events in Dubrovnik, Split and Krk. For better deals and fewer crowds, look to the shoulder season from May to June and in September. The Adriatic remains warm enough for swimming and you'll find beaches quieter. The low season lasts for the rest of the season, from October to April. While spring is generally excellent for hiking, particularly inland, winter can be cold. Head to cities to experience winter markets and crisp yet sunny weather.
Croatia is a delight for sun-seekers, culture vultures and active holidaymakers alike. Families will discover a wealth of child-friendly resorts, seasonal funfairs and engaging museums. Roman ruins, mazes and castles are particularly enticing for kids. Couples, too, will discover a romantic landscape with spectacular waterfront dining along the Dalmatian Coast. As for nights out, revellers should head to hotspots like Split and Zagreb for the best clubs and bars. If activities are more your style, Croatia is home to richly rewarding mountain trails and rapids. Kayaking, rafting, mountain biking and climbing are top options for all ability levels.
You can pick from a wide variety of hotels and resorts in Croatia. Seafront hotels, luxury spa resorts, private beach hotels and island hotels provide water-based fun. You can also choose from city hotels, historic hotels and country hotels, too.
Pack your charging cables and adaptors to keep electronics fully charged in Croatia. Beach-ready gear like towels, swimming costumes, sun cream and sandals are also essential. For a night on the town, a change of evening attire is recommended for romantic meals.
Croatia has three major international airports servicing Europe with direct flights. These are based in Dubrovnik, Split and Zagreb. Each airport offers taxis and shuttle buses connecting their respective cities. Alternatively, international travel is also possible by rail, with services to Slovenia, Hungary, Italy and other countries. Once you’ve arrived in Croatia, you'll find rental cars are the most reliable means of transport. Cars can be hired from major airports and in every large city or town. Buses are convenient and well-priced but trains are far less frequent. If you're visiting the islands, ferries will be essential. Just watch out for reductions during winter months.
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From its glistening Mediterranean coastline to its wild and mountainous interior, Croatia is a country of contrasts. One of the first things first-time visitors recognise is the dazzling crystal-clear water that washes against the white pebbly shore. Perfect for beachbound retreats, there are also plenty of cultural experiences to enjoy. Family-run restaurants serve up spectacular food and vineyards produce some of Europe's most underrated wines.
Croatia's prized position between Europe and the Balkans has seen countless empires come and go. Remnants of Roman fortifications, glitzy Venetian palaces and centuries-old cathedrals dot this treasured landscape. Escape to the countryside to explore this spectacular scenery, from the 14th-century walls of Ston to the fairy-tale Trakoscan Castle.