Hotel Kvarner is no longer the most luxurious hotel in Opatija. And the Hapsburgs no longer rule Europe. But staying at the Kvarner will help you imagine the days when both of these things were true.
The hotel has faded glamour, but glamour nonetheless. Rooms are pretty and comfortable. A good sized breakfast buffet is included. And it's hard to beat the location. Get a room with a sea view, which will probably cost you less than a no-view room at some of the swankier places in town.
Great value, great fun, great history.
Modern architecture and amenities, restaurant, sauna, pool, convention hall with amphitheatre; set on the Opatija Riviera. Amenities:Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Television.
Daily Maid Service. Balcony/Terrace. Mini Bar. Hotel Details:308 Rooms / 8 Floors. Built in 1964. Electronic Key. Laundry/ Dry ...
Hotel Katarina is situated on a wonderful island opposite the historical core of Rovinj. The island, sharing its name with
the hotel, is the second biggest island within the Rovinj Archipelago. It features abundant Mediterranean vegetation, organized promenades and ...
Dubrovnik Palace Hotel, Conference and Spa Centre is a newly refurbished hotel in Dubrovnik, the jewel of the Adriatic. It
was a World Travel Award Winner in 2005 for two categories Best Hotel and Best Spa Resort in Croatia. ...