Croatia Preferred Hotels
BOUTIQUE HOTEL ALHAMBRA
At the end of the 19th century, the Austro-Hungarian government in Vienna declared Lošinj a natural health resort. The Island then became established as the very first tourist island along the Austrian Riviera. Between 1911 and 1913, Alfred Keller a leading Austrian architect, graphic designer and painter designed the breathtakingly luxurious Hotel Alhambra.
Villa Dubrovnik, Croatian most exclusive and most awarded boutique hotel introducing an unprecedented level of luxury and style to one of the world’s most famous cities. Prominently positioned on the cliffs above the Dubrovnik’s prestigious St. Jacob precinct, Villa Dubrovnik is minutes from the fortified beauty of the Old City cultural landmarks and few steps to everything .......
D-Resort Šibenik is the perfect place for modern architecture and contemporary art enthusiasts.The hotel is designed as an organic form that blends with the topography in its back part. Furniture is specially designed for the hotel and combined with some of the world’s leading brands.The lobby features 6-meter high sculptures
SUN GARDENS DUBROVNIK
Back in 1512, the Florentine statesman Piero Soderini was driven into exile by the Medici family and settled in the stone palazzo surrounded by lush Mediterranean gardens and prime views of the Adriatic creating today’s story of Sun Gardens Dubrovnik. The original palace still stands and forms a picturesque point within the resort gardens.....
FALKENSTEINER HOTEL & SPA IADERA,
Falkensteiner Hotels can look back on more than 60 successful years. From small guest house in the Pustertal Valley of South Tyrol in 1957, to a real European success story with over 1700 employees in 28 hotels and 4 Residences. From July 2011 the five-star Hotel & Spa Iadera opens its doors as first five star hotel in Zadar Region in Croatia.