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... out. Steep gravelly road decline then flights of rocky cement steps that would be twice as long and twice as steep as the stairway to Maslins Beach. With each step down we were already groaning about the hike back up! So we get to the "beach" and thought we must've taken a wrong turn but much like the desired Aussie seafood platter, ain't nothing the same ... A totally beautiful spot in its own right ... I guess we just get too ...
... in which church I was. There are two old churches that survived the 1667 earthquake; one is functional and the other stands abandoned, revealing its history. Going in/out of shops and churches gave me a break from the sun but once I found my calendars, my bag got heavy and combined with the heat I just wanted to get back to the hotel for the time being.
I took the bus, did some packing so I ...
... a Slavic language, so I do recognize a few words that sound like Czech or Russian.
My last full day here, I finished up my sightseeing and chose two spots with benches where I could just sit and read a book: the harbourfront under the walls and the former moat outside Pile Gate. Another meal at the only vegetarian restaurant in town, then back to my room to pack up for my flight back to England.
... that, it is also one of the best looking cities I’ve ever seen, apologies and honourable mention to Bruges, Bhaktapur and that town from The Truman Show. Old school good looking, like Jon Hamm or the guy from the Dos Equis commercials, not new style good looking, like fat offensive linemen or the Geico lizard. It’s incredible old town is confined by two kilometres of huge impenetrable stone walls (sort of like Mit ...
... only 20 years ago there was a war here. It was amazing to see the footage of Dubrovnik, where we stood and had walked, in the midst of a war! The fort where we were inside was a key target. The fort overlooked the old town and from this vantage point you could easily take out the old town. Croatian people had thought the old town would be safe as it was listed as heritage and many took refuge there, but guns and artillery were used to attack the old town, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Hotel need to be renovated - specially rooms.
New Year´s Dinner was great,...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Croatia Hotel Cavtat
Unique, creative and originally styled, the Hotel Croatia has a distinctive look, which we have never previously encountered. On entering the hotel, you would assume this to be the ground floor, but not here, it is below the 5th floor! Built into the steep rocky peninsula. You will be amazed, and slightly confused at first, at the bizarre plan of your hotel. There is an open top swimming pool half way up the hotel with snack bar and from reception you go down to further floors, including the restaurant for breakfast and evening buffet.
Croatia hotel wonderful
we spent the last week of september and first week of october in the hotel.
it is one of the best holidays we have had. the hotel was wonderful so were all the staff. it was very clean and lovely white towels and bedding. the food was very nice and was a very nice evening on the croation night . the area was very pretty and also the old town with the port. would recommend this to anyone.
Loved Hotel Croatia
Have just returned back 2 weeks ago from hotel croatia in Cavtat, lovely hotel. Staff very friendly and helpful, especially Anna in the piano bar and Lucy in the resturant. Great food, rooms not luxurios but nice and very clean,
very nice and helpful maid, towels changed daily, bed linen several times over the two weeks. Also very nice staff at the beach very attentive. Great service from the hotel to and from the airport. Great views from hotel, and in a lovely position.
Cavtat really beautiful for a quiet and relaxing holiday, gorgeous place, will certainly be going again.
We Agree with Previous Reviews
We spent the first two weeks of September at the Hotel Croatia and would agree with nearly all the comments of both your August reviews.We felt that the hotel was more 4plus stars rather than five.
We found the food to be varied, well cooked and well presented but the wines are very overpriced as are the bar drinks.On the subject of the bars we found that the staff and waiters were less than polite or helpful and in sharp contrast to the reception and restaurant staff .That said, a wonderful location and a fine hotel.
We stayed in this hotel last year (2004) and i have to say we had no real complaints. The only issue that i can think of is although it boasts a 5 star rating we were warned beforehand by the agent that it is more like a 4 star which turned out to realistic.
We have just arrived back from a wonderful week in Cavtat. Stayed at the HotelCroatia, food and hotel both excellent. The steps to the town could be a problem for anyone with impaired mobility. Had a trip to Dubrovnik but were pleased we chose to stay in Cavtat although it is a magnificent town. Croatians are really friendly and made us feel very welcome. Not a lot to do for teenagers. Would reccomend both the hotel and the town
We have just returned from a weeks holiday at the Croatia Hotel. We were allocated a room at Reception level overlooking the sea which, was clean comfortable and had a lovely view. The hotel facilities were good a decent sized pool (indoor and outdoor) with plenty of sun loungers around the pool and on the terrace. A disco and casino (we visited neither), piano bar and snack bars.
The Hotel Croatia is a large hotel, situated on a hill overlooking the picturesque village of Cavtat. For the less mobile, it should be noted that to reach Cavtat you have to decend 127 steps, and more importantly you have to climb them to return the hotel!
This is certainly a hotel that is worthy of over four stars and i would go back there for a few nights next time i'm in Croatia. The hotel is in a perfect location with fantastic sea views and a very well designed swimming pool (from what i remember there was an indoor swimming pool as well). The choice at breakfast was fantastic and the rooms were very clean and very luxurious compared to a lot of the other hotels that we have stayed at in Croatia. It is also in a perfect location if you have hired a car. Very close to the airport (yet you wouldn't know it) and perfect for visiting Dubrovnik and Montenegro (i recommend driving to the old city of Kotor and the Kotor fjord - great experience!). Very good if you enjoy quality accomodation and unusual sightseeing. Although quite a long drive of over two hours, the old bosnian city of Mostar is also worth visiting and possible to drive to in a day along the Neretva River Delta - beautiful (if you don't mind the roads which can get pretty bad at times!!)