NOVIGRAD, 1 May 2021 – Aminess hotels and camps are opening their facilities in southern Dalmatia. The Aminess Korčula Heritage Hotel opened on Friday, April 30, whilst the Aminess Bellevue Hotel in Orebić opens on May 14. The opening of the Aminess Liburna Hotel on Korčula is planned for the second half of May.
At Aminess, everything is ready for another challenging season. This year, guests will feel completely safe with the Aminess Clean & Safe Stay program, a protocol that guarantees all guests a carefree and relaxed holiday while respecting the highest hygiene standards.
As part of this programme, guests are provided with testing on COVID-19, which can be carried out in the premises of the facilities. It is important to point out that Aminess hotels and camps have been awarded the Stay Safe in Croatia label by the Ministry of Tourism and Sports of the Republic of Croatia, which guarantees guests an even safer stay in all accommodation facilities. Also, for a leisurely holiday, Aminess hotels and campsites offer flexible booking conditions. Contactless online check-in of guests via the self-check platform is also provided, the company said in a statement.
“Safety is the main priority this year as well, so we have provided the highest safety standards for all our guests, which enable them a safe and peaceful vacation. We expect that this season will also be marked by a large number of last minute bookings. Despite the global crisis in tourism, this season we hope for a somewhat more favourable outcome of the tourist season compared to last year,” said Mladen Knežević, Sales and Marketing Director of Aminess.
In addition to opening its facilities in southern Dalmatia, Aminess plans to open the Aminess Maravea Camping Resort in Novigrad on May 12 and the Magal Hotel by Aminess on the island of Krk, which will open its doors also in May. The Aminess Maestral Hotel was opened in Novigrad, Istria, as well as the nearby Aminess Sirena camp, while the first guests in Njivice on the island of Krk were welcomed by Aminess Atea Camping Resort and Aminess Gaia Green Villas in early April.
Aminess officially expanded its business in southern Dalmatia on April 1 this year, when hotels from the portfolio of HTP Korčula and HTP Orebić became an integral part of the umbrella brand Aminess. Under the brand Aminess hotels and camps there are currently 12 hotels, 4 camps with more than 450 mobile homes, 92 apartments and a village of 80 villas, with a total capacity of 4,850 accommodation units that can accommodate more than 12,500 guests daily.