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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Lone Rovinj
You have found your hotel for your trip to Rovinj! Look no further. I was there during off-season so I got a very good rate, which also included breakfast. The hotel staff was very friendly and answered all of my questions and also helped to arrange transfer to the airport.
The check in process was smooth and easy. I was quickly up in my room that had a great view from the balcony. The room itself had a comfy bed; plush robes; fridge; safe; wifi and good size tv. The bathroom was a good size with a great shower that had perfect water pressure. The hair dryer in the bathroom also worked really well. There is a window from the bathroom to the room itself, which could be a problem if privacy is an issue. I am still not sure why hotels insist on designing their rooms this way.
The location of the hotel was great - right on the water! I arrived to Rovinj via bus from Zagreb. I took a short taxi ride from the bus station. You can easily walk into town along the waterfront - this is the way I walked everyday. Great views!
I used the pool and the saunas which were great. You can simply wear your robe down to the pool area. One of the elevators goes directly to this floor and opens up right in front of the pool/spa area.
Really fantastic hotel which I would recommend!!!
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