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16 Luxury Croatian Hotels Join Forces to Create ‘Stories’ Brand


Sixteen luxury Croatian hotels have joined forces to form the brand – Stories.

The aim of creating the new brand is to help better position top Croatian hotels on the international luxury tourism market.

Stories is an association of Croatian Unique Hotels, consisting of 16 carefully selected member-hotels.

Each hotel offers a unique story to travellers looking for a luxurious and memorable escape from the pressures and stresses of everyday life.

“Stories represents hotels that can offer authentic experiences. They share an authentic heritage, a unique concept, breathtakingly beautiful locations, immaculate design and a highly-personalised service. The hotels are located in city palaces, hidden on the cliffs above the sea or among olive groves of feudal manors. The luxury is interwoven with their foundations and architecture, and each of them has a unique story to tell.”

The new brand, which was established within the Croatian Chamber of Commerce (HGK), features stunning all over the Croatian coast.

The hotels, which include many winners of international awards, had to meet strict standards to become members.

The 16 hotels are:

Adriana Hotel – Hvar

Adriana Hotel

Adriatic Hotel – Rovinj

Hotel Adriatic

Alhambra Boutique Hotel 

Alhambra Hotel – Mali Losinj

Bastion Boutique Hotel – Zadar

Bastion Boutique

Bevanda Hotel – Opatija 

Bevanda Hotel

Lešić Dimitri Palace – Korčula

Lešić Dimitri Palace

Life Palace  – Šibenik

Life Palace

Martinis Marchi – Šolta

Martinis-Marchi

Kazbek Boutique Hotel – Dubrovnik 

Kazbek

Design Hotel Navis – Opatija

Navis

San Rocco – Brtonigla

San Rocco

Meneghetti Wine Hotel – Bale

Meneghetti

Vestibul Palace – Split

Vestibul

Villa Dubrovnik – Dubrovnik 

Vila Dubrovnik

Valamar Isabella – Istria

Valamar Isabella

Pucić Palace – Dubrovnik 

Pucić Palace

More details about the brand and hotels on the official website HERE.

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