New Hotels Along the Adriatic

New Hotels Along the Adriatic
Croatia will meet the new tourist season with three new large and one smaller hotel with a total of more than 700 rooms. Maistra is opening a five star hotel ‘Lone’ in Rovinj, while another smaller five star hotel ‘Amabilis’ will open in the village of Selce on the Crikvenica Riviera in Kvarner, on the site of the old hotel ‘Jadranka’. As part of the project Punta Skala Zadar region will get a new hotel ‘Iadera’ of the same category and Dubrovnik region, a four star hotel ‘Lafodia’.

The first hotel which will open its doors at the beginning of the season will be the reconstructed ‘Lafodia’, on the island of Lopud. The investment value is around 40 million Euros, and the reconstruction lasted for almost three years.

According to the announcement, the second to open will be the ‘Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Iadera’ in Petrčani near Zadar, as an investment of the Austrian Falkensteiner Michalaer group. After a family hotel ‘Diadora’, which opened in 2009, ‘Iadera’ is the second of three predicted hotels in Punta Skala project. The current investment of the group, together with the construction of ‘Iadera’ is around 160 million Euros, and the opening of ‘Iadera’ is scheduled for early July this year.

The smaller hotel ‘Amabilis’, with 60 beds and facilities for health tourism, should be completed by mid-June in Selce. This is an investment worth seven million Euros and the investor is a Croatian company MGL.

Following this should be the opening of Maistra`s hotel ‘Lone’ in September, which will along with its 248 accommodation units offer numerous attractions such as fine dining restaurants and bars, a jazz club, conference facilities, wellness and sports centers. 45 million Euros have been invested in the construction of the hotel, making it one of the largest Greenfield investments in Croatian tourism in the last few years.

The Tourist Board of Istria County

The Tourist Board of Primorsko - Goranska County

The Tourist Board of Zadar County

The Tourist Board of Dubrovnik-Neretva County

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